Maybe I shouldn’t admit this but if you’ve followed my cooking at all you’ve probably guessed. Sometimes I just make things up to suit whatever’s in the truck.
Join Roothy, Gleno and Kenno as they follow the historic Ghan Railway through some of the most inhospitable parts of Australia.
This recipe is easy, too easy, even when you’ve spent a few hours ‘catching up’ on the day with mates and beers.
Bush mechanics: John Rooth lifts the lid on diesel power and Chooka’s latest hairdo.
Riding a Harley down the Birdsville Track, bench-pressing BMW motors and fitting 4WD gear are just some of John Rooth’s highlights.
The grass had grown so long I couldn’t find the bloody mower ... We did find an old Troopy while looking for it though, so all’s good.
Something like 20 years ago I first sampled Rhino's rissoles, made to a recipe he’d learnt from his mum.
What’s the old saying? "Only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun." Yeah, well make that mad dogs and LowRangers now
The lamb had been fattened on some lovely pasture a long way from the salt bush of the Flinders. Hey, all that was left was to get it wrong. So I did.
Roothy and the crew head back to where it all began to film in the Flinders