Tacos! You gotta love them. Especially with one of the episodes of “Ugly Delicious” there mentioned all over the world wide web. However I’ve made quite a lot of taco recipes before I was still drooling over the tacos served in the program. I noticed […]
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 […]
This southern vegetable breadpudding is a great example of what The BBQ Bastard stands for. I started this blog to share my experiments that go beyond the classic KCBS style. Vegetarian meals are among them. They usually don’t get much attention but hey… I like it! Those who skip this won’t know what they are missing!
Number 51 at the Chinese restaurant is an all time favorite over here! Over here it’s rarely cooked on the grill although it’s literally translated as roasted pork and usually made on the grill. So time for a BBQ Babi Panggang. An Indonesian pork roast […]
While sitting in France I’m writing down this recipe about Vietnamese Meatballs! The BBQ Bastard goes multicultural. The idea for this recipe came after a visit to the superb restaurant Bun! in Antwerp (Belgium). The meal we got served over there was awesome. I realised […]
Hooray I finally got a rotisserie. And what better way to baptize a rotisserie than making a cider brined spit roast chicken? It brings back tons of childhood memories and probably creates a lot of new childhood memories too! Time to get my share in it and post the best rotisserie chicken we ate so far. But maybe I’m a bit biased by my own pride. No I’m not it’s awesome!!
Making homemade sausage was on my bucket list for a long time! I’m a big fan of cooking from scratch. It learns you how things are made and makes you understand the craftmanship behind what you’re eating. By making sausages like this homemade chorizo I […]
The key to my passion for BBQ is the love for experiments I guess. Besides the good old classics (I’m actually making pulled pork while typing this) I love to make some non-traditional meals on my kamado. Shakshuka is a good example. The middle eastern […]
Christmas is gone, luckily the presents remain! These delicious homemade “Teriyaki chicken burgers” are the result of one of those presents. My wife bought me the meat grinder I had been longing for some years. Reason enough to present you more burgeres and sausages in the future. I’ve been working “backstage” on some recipes lately. Some need some finetuning but these smoked chicken burgers are ready to rock your next Burger party!