I will talk about cooking, Chefs profession, meat and my passion to these three. Join my ride, if you feel like it, I would love you to have some fun reading. If I could contribute to your life in a slightest way, I will be happiest of men. I thank you for being here. God […]Read more "Welcome to kitchen army!"
Japan and Australia are two key players when it comes to production of Wagyu. First of them is a pioneer in breeding Wagyu cattle, second one has the biggest herd size on the planet. Both Wagyu producers have something different to offer and both need attention of meat lovers. What are the key differences between […]Read more "Japanese vs Australian Wagyu"
When it comes to deciding on produce for your menu, you will typically consider quality and price. Ultimately your choice will be one of the main reasons why your guests will come back, talk about their experience and your food… or why they will forget about the meal instantly. I believe that serving best meat, […]Read more "High end meat and why there is no room for average produce in your dishes"
Wagyu Chuck Flap is a cut from Chuck Roll and is often called Denver Cut. Typically, Chuck Flap (from standard beef) is used for slow cooking or braising more than steaks or raw beef dishes. Wagyu offers much more than that – I have tried Australian Wagyu Chuck Flap in four ways: Slow cooked 120gr […]Read more "Wagyu Chuck Flap – cooked four ways"
Term ‘lesser’ refers to cuts of beef that are not considered ‘prime’ (Ribeye, Striploin and Fillet). The name is a consequence of popularity of these cuts not their quality. Not in case of Wagyu Beef. Everybody knows Ribeye, Striploin or Fillet, every meat eater has tried each of these, for once at least. Keep in […]Read more "Wagyu Beef Lesser cuts and why they are far more superior than you think"
The below recipe is a portion for two. Add salt and pepper to your liking. Slow cooked Pork Cheeks are one of the most tender and delicate cuts of Pork, you should end up with pieces of meat melting in your mouth. Ingredients: • Iberico Pork Cheeks Bellota x 4 (approx. 440gr); • Carrots x […]Read more "Slow cooked Iberico Pork Cheeks with butternut squash and kale!"
Have you ever wondered how to cook your steak the way that it will impress your guests, date or Customers every time? Through the years of cooking meat, I have learned a thing or two and would love to share my knowledge. Below is the list of my tips for amazing steak my friends! Just […]Read more "Super important tips for cooking the perfect steak!"
Good friend of mine Jeff Tyler has created this recipe for his clients. Because the recipe sounds so delicious and picture made me so hungry, I asked him if he would like to share love with the world. So here we go Ladies and Gentlemen! Recipe for Garlic and Ginger Wagyu Beef by Jeff Tyler! […]Read more "Garlic & Ginger Wagyu Beef by Jeff Tyler"