Tag: bbq sauce

Banana Ketchup – a curious Filipina sauce

Banana Ketchup – a curious Filipina sauce

Banana Ketchup! If my information is correct this sauce is the result of the tomato scarcity during war. The filipino population who were fond of tomato ketchup were challenged to find alternatives. Resulting in this crazy idea: Banana ketchup… Sounds pretty interesting doesn’t it? Especially […]

Spicy Cranberry Sauce with a touch of whisky

Spicy Cranberry Sauce with a touch of whisky

It’s almost Halloween and I have a nice project lined up! The smoky bloody meatballs I’m about to share later this week. There are quite some nice surprises in those creepy delicious meatballs. The first one is this sauce giving them a nice bloodred colour […]

Beer glazed Pork Belly Ribs

Beer glazed Pork Belly Ribs

Just look at these incredible Pork Belly Ribs! They are a meatfest on their own combining the excellent spareribs with the juicy fat marbled pork belly meat! You can’t handle more meat on your ribs than these! But there’s more than the ribs! A fantastic homemade rub and a beer based BBQ Sauce with chipotle and mulato peppers for an extra sting.  The Liefmans “Red” fruitesse with red fruits forms a perfect base for this wonderful sweet tasting BBQ sauce!

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Spicy Lee’s BBQ Sauce – The Asian flavored BBQ sauce

Spicy Lee’s BBQ Sauce – The Asian flavored BBQ sauce

 Do you like a BBQ sauce that adds something extra? A sauce packed full of flavors and subtle spicy notes that combines well with a decent piece of pork? This Spicy Lee’s BBQ sauce might be the one you’re looking for. Expect an fusion style […]

Game Changer BBQ Sauce – Port and Berries sauce

Game Changer BBQ Sauce – Port and Berries sauce

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 […]

Mole Poblano BBQ sauce – Mexican madness

Mole Poblano BBQ sauce – Mexican madness

The Mole Poblano BBQ sauce finds it origin in the traditional Mexican national dish. Translated Mole Poblano means: “Sauce from Puebla”. Puebla is a mountain city in Mexico which is considered as the home region of the special sauce. What’s typical for the Mole Poblano? What’s not… The sauce brings together some odd flavors yet leading to a superb sauce with body. Think of hot peppers, cinamon, nuts and bitter chocolate! I guess I get your attention now!

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Lemon Orange Burger – Made in two versions

Lemon Orange Burger – Made in two versions

It took me some time to post my first burger recipe on this website. Since I got my meat grinder for Christmas I started making my own burgers more often. So here I am with another delicious burger. In fact it’s even better: 2 different […]

Pale ale brined “Trolls Wings” & Cuvée des Trolls BBQ Sauce

Pale ale brined “Trolls Wings” & Cuvée des Trolls BBQ Sauce

You might think I’ve been a bit too much lately? I guess with a title post as “Trolls wings” you have all reason to think so. Yet I firmly deny this presumption. Actually I used the beer for cooking. Ok I admit… Not all of […]

BBQ Bastard’s mighty “Spiced Morgan Chicken Peg Legs”

BBQ Bastard’s mighty “Spiced Morgan Chicken Peg Legs”

Help! I’m running out of lame Pirate jokes and still have a superb recipe to share… Hope you won’t miss the lame jokes! Next time I’ll make some turtle for “Smoked Donatello soup” or something like that. But for now you’re here to read about the mighty Spiced Morgan Chicken Peg Legs. Even without the stupid jokes I promise you won’t get enough of them.  (more…)

North Carolina Pulled Pork – Project Smoke Book Review

North Carolina Pulled Pork – Project Smoke Book Review

Project Smoke, the latest book by Pitmaster Steven Raichlen was delivered to me by Gereon from the dutch blog Gereons keuken thuis. He got the book that was published in may for a review on his blog. Since he’s cooking on an appartment he asked […]


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