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  1. Beef burgundy

    Beef burgundy

    Traditionally made with red wine from Burgundy (hence the name) any red wine will do. A pinot noir is perfect.

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  2. Beef Madras

    Beef Madras

    This recipe has been adapted by Chef Sara Wright

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  3. Beef Cevapi with Ajvar

    This recipe has been adapted by Chef Sara Wright from one created by Jamie Oliver

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  4. Beef Cevapi with Ajvar

    Beef Cevapi with Ajvar

    This recipe has been adapted by Chef Sara Wright from one created by Jamie Oliver

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  5. Lamb Cutlets with Korma Sauce

    Lamb Cutlets with Korma Sauce

    Recipe and image by Vicki Ravlich-Horan. This is a twist on the Indian classic. Make the sauce ahead of time to pour over grilled meats; lamb, chicken and beef all work well. Accompanied with a salad and naan bread you have a great quick meal.

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  6. Lasagne

    Lasagne

    Lasagne is an ultimate comfort food for me and always a crowd pleaser!  This recipe is the no holds barred version with a light fluffy white sauce from the ricotta and added egg. The deep rich meat sauce slowly bubbles away for an hour to enrich all the flavours.  So this is perhaps not the quick mid-week meal, but trust us the extra time and effort is well worth it.

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  7. Home-made Beef Burgers

    Home-made Beef Burgers

    Recipe and image by Vicki Ravlich-Horan

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  8. BBQ Braised Beef Short Ribs

    BBQ Braised Beef Short Ribs

    This impressive dish will have your dinner guests in awe. The best thing is you can prepare much of it a head of time.

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  9. Reverse Seared Scotch Fillet

    Reverse Seared Scotch Fillet

    For this recipe you will need a charcoal grill or hot smoker a meat thermometer and some beautiful thick cut Greenlea Scotch Steak.

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  10. Steak Sammy

    Steak Sammy

    A steak, sandwich and beer, add some fries and you possibly have the perfect meal! Seriously though you can’t go wrong with a great steak sandwich and this version goes one better by adding beer as a marinade.

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