Having citrus trees in your garden is a boon for far more than the availability of fresh fruit. Knowing that my trees have not been treated with any form of herbi- or pesti- cide solutions means that I feel more comfortable in using the orange peel for a variety of uses. In this case, making a delicious vinegar that is just at home on a leafy summer salad as it is sprucing up the house when added to hot water and used to clean up the kitchen bench.
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As I said, I’ve been hooked on raw cacao and recipes that utilise it lately. After experimenting with the ox cheeks, I looked up some classic Mexican dishes and found a hundred versions of chocolate and chilli based sauces. One that caught my eye was a brown mole sauce used with chicken and light coloured game. Which led me to creating this interpretation of Rabbit with mole dish.
I’ve been hooked on raw cacao and recipes that utilise it lately. Taking inspiration from some Catalonian dishes, I thought I would experiment with a slow cooked braised ox cheek. Continue reading