All posts tagged: lamb

Edwins – a neighbourhood GEM

Hallelujah. That’s all I have to say. Blog post finished. Thanks, folks – see you next time. Oh, you know I’m joking. Silly me. How could I possibly not spend the next couple of minutes waxing lyrical about one of the best restaurants I’ve been to in a wee while. You see, last week lunch.money and I popped our heads into Edwins to taste the brand new summer menu. I had heard of Edwins before, and although I couldn’t remember specifically how I knew about it, for some reason in the back of my mind I knew it would be good. And you know what? It exceeded all expectations. What is EVEN better is that I moved literally just around the corner from the little neighbourhood bistro / wine bar only a few weeks ago. On a hot and sticky London summer night, we slopped up the tiny stairway to enter into the beautiful creaky floored Victorian dining room – the kind of place you’d love to grab a corner and snuggle up with a …

Picanha Mini Roasts with Miso Glaze

 I was recently treated to a hamper of goodies from Simply Beef and Lamb, which included the picanha cut of beef – the corner cut of the rump, a recipe and the ingredients to make picanha mini roasts with miso glaze. This recipe was created to match this particular cut of beef.  Having had this cut before, when I slow braised it for a steak pie, I knew the meat had a wonderful flavour so I was excited to be cooking it again. The miso glaze made a delicious addition and went really well with steamed winter cabbage and wild rice. Unfortunately, I think my oven may have produced a higher heat than the suggested one as, after cooking for the recommended 25 minutes, the meat was completely overcooked and chewy. I would like to try this recipe again but, as ovens often vary in temperature I would like to fry the meat on a griddle and drizzle with the miso glaze before serving. Recipe Serves 4 Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 25-30 minutes …