This brisket joint is cooked is cooked very slowly in a low oven, tomatoes, barbecue sauce, honey, Worcestershire sauce, stock and smoked paprika. The tender meat is ‘pulled’, before it is shredded to serve. We have served it in a baguette with our homemade cucumber and onion pickle or with creamy mash and the sauce.
Look at our sweet ol’ grandma! Her name is Norma Pemberton and from what they report in Australia’s “Central Coast Express Advocate” she’s got quite a knack for cookin’ up cheese and bacon snacks.
Being the wonderful lady that she is, she’s shared the recipe with the paper and now, through the, I share it with you.
Recipe after the jump…
Cheese and Bacon Snacks
2 cups grated tasty cheese
1 cup self raising flour
1 small onion, finely chopped
3 bacon rashers finely chopped
1 tsp french mustard
1/2 cup milk
Preheat oven to 190 degrees
Beat milk and egg lightly in a bowl.
Add remaining ingredients and mix until thoroughly combined.
Put 2 spoonfuls at a time on to a tray lined with baking paper
Place tray in oven and cook for 15 to 20 minutes or until brown.
God Bless you Norma Pemberton!
Originally posted 2011-08-03 20:31:14.
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I haven’t been to Canada in over twenty years, so I am looking forward to the next few days in Vancouver, well Richmond either way the money looks funny and the people are nicer, so far same Canada I remember. I need some fries and gravy.
I think its a good omen as I was flipping the channels in my hotel to catch some of the football I missed by traveling, I saw not one but two ads for bacon. No, not what we think of as Canadian bacon, just good ol’ bacon. Right there in the middle of football with the beer and pickup truck ads, is this a great country or what?
I went for a meal at a kind of pricey place called “Chop”, because if you don’t meet your per diem while traveling for work, you lose. I went for a big steak “the other red meat”, and got a cesar salad to go with it. Now when I make a cesar salad, it gets a lot of bacon, because its the right thing to do, but I didn’t expect what came out to the table. This salad was PACKED with big chunks of smokey bacon. This was no “bits”, there was a ton of meat in this thing, I couldn’t have done better my self. The lighting was low and the iphone has no flash, so you will just have to take my word for it. This was no game of find the bacon in the lettuce, there were several forkfuls that were more bacon than lettuce.
Hopefully I will have some time to soak up some of the local culture (read: bacon) and I can post about later in the week. So far off to an excellent start.