Reverse seared Tomahawk steak! One of the masterpieces of beef that speaks to the imagination of any BBQ lover! Maybe our inner child awakes while fighting against the cowboys in our imagination. Or is it the caveman in us drooling by the thought of ripping […]
Heinz Favourite foodie challenge, Part 4: “Burgermania”! Make a creative Burger using Heinz Ketchup as a topping! Everything’s possible as long as you’re creative with these ingredients. Make it something original, you have 40 minutes time preparing the meal! Good luck!”. Sounds like an insane project. Especially when the BBQ you need to make this burgers on is simply crap… No time to waste! This BBQ won’t get hot so I avoided meat and went for salmon! This was probably the most challenging task in the contest. Yet this “Salmon Burger” can be considered as a bit of a price winning recipe? A bit? Yes indeed! Read on to find more about it!
Challenge 2 in the Heinz Favourite Foodie contest: “The club sandwich”. Creating a perfect occasion to do something I’ve been postponing way to long. “Beef Cheek Pastrami” served with a refreshing spicy broccoli salad with horseradish and apple. And certainly not to forget “a touch […]
Those days! The sun is shining and it’s way to hot to think about a big meal. Your stomach on the other hand still craves a delicious light meal. If possible taking not to much of your apperitif time. You’ve allready tried the grilled asparagus I shared a while ago and want something more special. This white asparagus stew is exactly what you want! Light, fresh tasting, delicious and perfect with smoked salmon! Aaand… ready in no time! What are you waiting for?
Are you fond of those from nose-to-tail recipes? Hell yeah… You should be! Or at least you need to try them. These grilled chicken hearts are a perfect introduction into the world of organ food. They are pretty easy to make, done in no time […]
Jonas Cramby sets the world on fire with his new book “Yakitori & Korean BBQ”. Yet this book is still on my wishlist (hint). Not only because of their close attention for balanced flavours in their meals. Besides that I truly admire the meditational approach […]
I have to admit I’m sceptic about most commercial rubs. Quite often they aren’t as special as you would expect them to be given their price. I understand they’re easy on those moments we lack the time to make things from scratch. Yet I believe they are easy to make ahead and most people are able to put together a decent seasoning (with or without help of the world wide web). Moreover you can tweak it to your preference adding more or less of some ingredient. So why would you buy a premade rub? It took me a while to find out, but the Dizzy Pig’s IPA Rub convinced me. Actually it blew me away! And the addition of hops wasn’t even the main reason…