Before I got married, I ate a lot of rabbit food. When I got married, I realized that I was over my head when it came to knowing how to cook meat. My South African husband calls chicken a “vegetable,” after all. I would search Pinterest or even cookbooks looking for words like: rack of lamb, beef, steak… I didn’t even know where to start. I was also working as a preschool teacher and sooo tired every day. My husband graciously settled for meat (even chicken) cooked with some Ina Paarman sauce on top (shout out to my South African family and friends) and some steamed vegetables almost every night.
Thankfully, I have learned some things along the way and have enjoyed the journey into learning how to cook meat in different ways. This is one of my favorite ways to cook Lamb Chops or Ribs, and one of the easiest for me to do with so many little kids running around behind me.
Check out our Facebook group: Cast Iron Journey 2021 for some positive community and growth involving cast iron this year.
Check out our Kitchen Tallow made from Beef Tallow here. Until next time, enjoy! <3 Kate