You love beer? Read on! This post might inspire you in a fun way. By making a beer syrup you will be able to use beer in almost every recipe you love. From cocktails, to homemade sauces and why not… even a delicious piece of […]
So here we are at the beginning of the winter season and in the middle of the holidays! The perfect moment for some warming drinks. Soon you’ll all be standing besides the BBQ at freezing temperatures cooking your perfect meal to serve your guests. Or just looking at the fireworks. Who doesn’t want a hot drink along with it? Maybe even something stronger. Mulled wine or Gluhwein is delicious but what if we aim for a higher standard? Combining wine and gin and bringing you the best hot shot out there: “Glu Gin”? Wouldn’t that be a holiday treat?
Having overwon my fear for dry aging opens a new world of possibilities! When looking at the feedback on the homemade bacon recipe I recently shared I feel you think the same! So here we are with a new “Charcuterie” project you can easily make […]
We all got our favorite cuts of meat. If you ask me I’ll always go for the cheeks! Thinking about pork and beef cheeks. They are perfect for slow cooking projects. I had never thought about searching for venison cheeks before. Until Carmans delivered me […]
Homemade Bacon! If it’s not on your bucket list you should add it right now! In this post I will tell you how to dry age your smoked pork belly in your fridge. I did hesitate way to long. I’m actually writing this post before making the pictures because I couldn’t wait to taste… I actually couldn’t believe my taste buds. This homemade bacon is smooth and tastes pretty awesome! It’s well worth the wait! Take a time to read on and find out how you can do this project at home!
Holidays are coming closer! I know some of you are allready dreaming of a smoking Christmas! Who cares if it’s snowing or not as long as the Q is burning we don’t mind. Therefor I will be sharing some delicious Wild Game projects from now […]
Belgians have a strong connection to sauces comparable to the love among BBQ addicts for a decent sauce. Like I mentioned before I only add sauce as a subtle ingredient. To me the taste of meat should be the first taste you get when eating quality […]
So here it is! The post I’ve been talking about for a while! The Ring Stinger Ribs! I bet you saw this one coming, but I guess you don’t know how easy and delicious these ribs were! Once you’ve pickled the peppers and made your own hot sauce you can opt for the soft or hot version of the ring stinger ribs. The secret for these ribs is in the meat! Find out what’s special about the ribs I use for this ring stinger ribs recipe further in this post! And there’s more. Tom Cococha send me some of their briquettes to test. So read on and find out all about these coconut briquettes.