1. Sio Bak (Roast Pork Belly)

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    The meat men really wouldnt be meatmen without cooking MEAT, so we decided one day to do a FULL meat power dish that many people can enjoy! Sio bak, or 烤肉 in chinese, is a dish popular with many people locally. The crispy skin of the pork, combined with the juicy flavor in the oozing meat makes this recipe a killer winner. Do know that it might take about 4 hours to air the meat once marinated, so prepare to wait a couple of hours before you get to taste it. The key to this recipe is in the crispyness of the meat, so eat it while the meat is still crackling! for recipe visit: http://themeatmen.sg

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    • Roast Lamb with Saffron Rice

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      Christmases are always special. The gifting, the presents, the jollymaking, the celebrations... and the presents again. (presents are awesome kay!) :) And oh yes, there's always the food and feasting on Christmas celebrations - which is why we have something to share that's not your usual turkey or ham... too predictable, so nahhhh. So we present to you our christmas roast with an asian twist - Roast Lamb with Saffron Rice! It's great for meat lovers, but the taste of the rice immersed with the oils of the roast while roasting is simply legendary, no kidding, one of the most flavourful rice dishes we've tasted hands down. Preparation does take a fair bit of time though, so be patient, rough it out for that Christmas feast, and you'll have a yummy & jolly good time feasting on this dish fit for a party! Merry Christmas to one and all! - The MeatMen

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      • how to make Crème brûlée

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        Here's for all the sweet tooth out there, a classic. do help us share the video if you like it, try it and let us know the results. cook on! download our recipe and follow our cooking blog at themeatmen.sg/

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        • Eggs Benedict

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          Who doesn’t like a warm dose of Eggs Benedict? Warm muffins, sassy savory bacon and loose runny yolk. Don’t forget the freshly made hollandaise sauce, creamy butter soaked with more eggy goodness. We had the idea of making Eggs Ben from scratch – muffin to sauce. Many eggs were killed in the making. And after moments of studying different recipes, we decide to go with our own, MEATMEN STYLE. do help us share the video if you like it, try it and let us know the results. cook on! follow our cooking blog at http://www.themeatmen.sg/

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          • Smoke Duck Wrap

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            Think Peking duck with a local twist, and what do you get? The Meatmen Smoked Duck Wrap. Smoke up the duck in the oven, throw in plum sauce and homemade chili sauce, and prata wrap it with cool cucumber sticks. (by smoking it up, we mean getting it from the fridge. Well, at least for now. Stay tuned for our D.I.Y smoked meat guide!) do help us share the video if you like it, try it and let us know the results. cook on! download our recipe and follow our cooking blog at http://www.themeatmen.sg/

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            • Chorizo Ravioli

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              Last weekend was our virgin attempt at making ravioli. :) It sure wasn't easy due to the fact that none of us had any experience with a pasta machine before… but with persistence, practice, and 20 eggs killed, we finally succeeded. One thing to know is that freshly made pasta really makes that difference, and by using (only) egg yolks for the pasta really made the pasta soft and slurpy. We made the choice of using simple tomato sauce to compliment the chorizo sausage that we got for this - which was rather delish. If you are to try, BE VERY DELICATE with the ravioli, and that when cooking them the do not break, so as to keep the meaty taste within these happy pouches. (We broke a couple and those were rather diluted, sadly) So we only got this advice for you - Practice, practice, practice. Making pasta from scratch takes a couple of tries, but the taste is gonna be well worth it. ;) ** If you have no pasta machine, just use a rolling pin and keep rolling to your desired thin-ness. Its pretty good too! do help us share the video if you like it, try it and let us know the results. cook on! download our recipe and follow our cooking blog at http://www.themeatmen.sg/

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              • porkchop

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                Its been a CRAZY week for us Meatmen! We finally found some time to get our pork chop video done.. over the last weekend we decided to do a simple pork chop grill with garlic and thyme, accompanied by orange mustard mash and roasted peppers. We prepared the roasted peppers in advance by following our friend Elizabeth's recipe here: http://www.ihearapop.com/?p=719 The pork was juicy and soft, and the whole dish was very well-balanced with the tangy, refreshing orange mustard mash and sweet rocking red peppers. Do try this out guys, SIMPLE & total YUMS, go look up your preferred butcher and ask them for THICKER cuts of pork chops! ingredients Orange Mustard Mash: 500grams potatoes Salt and pepper to taste 1 tbsp dijon mustard 3 tbsp mayonnaise 50 ml orange juice Fresh thyme Pork Chop: 2 pcs 3/4 inch thick pork chop with bone Salt and pepper to taste 2 tbsp butter Fresh thyme 2 tbsp olive oil

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                • Nonya Laksa (Aka Katong Laksa)

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                  Katong Laksa, like chicken rice and Char Kway Teow, is one of the dishes that almost all Singaporeans know. So after eating it for so many years we decided to find out how it is made. (Something we discovered: the coconut milk should simmer gently as boiling it too harshly causes the soup to thicken up really fast). Aside from that, I would say that we manage to replicate the familiar taste of Katong Laksa. of course, with more practice, it should get really close to the original taste. This is a dish which proves that patience pays off. Especially while frying the rempah paste and simmering the laksa soup. So guys, give it a try and share your home cooked Laksa with your friends and family. note. we wanted to use fresh coconut milk but couldn't get hold of it that day. If you managed to get fresh ones, try it and let us know your results! “...no one is born a great cook, one learns by doing.” ― Julia Child, My Life in France Ingredients Rempah/ Spice Paste 2 thumb size pieces of fresh turmeric/ kunyit, peeled 10 slices of galangal 25 pieces dried red chilies, soaked in water to soften (or 1/2 to 3/4 packet of the ground chili paste of a large packet) 7 candlenuts (buah keras/ kimiri) 2 tablespoon of belachan/ terasi 400 gm shallots (small onion) 6 stalks of lemongrass/ serai, tender white part only, chopped 1 tbsp of ground coriander Salt to taste 60 gm of dried prawn / hay bee Laksa Soup 1.5 litre of coconut milk 2 cup water (use part of it to soak the dried prawn / hay bee) 4 stalks of Laksa leaves Toppings 500 g bean sprouts 1 kg fresh rice vermicelli (Laksa noodles) 1 kg prawns (cooked and shelled) 4 fish cakes (sliced) Finely chopped Laksa leaves for granish 10 tau pok do help us share the video if you like it, try it and let us know the results. cook on! download our recipe and follow our cooking blog at themeatmen.sg/

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                  • The Meat Men

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                    This month Slow Food Urban San Diego had a chance to catch up with Albert Juarez of the Meat Men. Check out this video to learn a little bit about how artisan, nitrate-free salumi from heirloom-breed pork is made: right here in San Diego.

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                    • Blueberry Morning

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                      do help us share the video if you like it, try it and let us know the results. cook on! download our recipe and follow our cooking blog at themeatmen.sg/

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