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Beef Cheek Pastrami – Bagel Club Sandwich Mania

Beef Cheek Pastrami – Bagel Club Sandwich Mania

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 […]

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 […]

Nutty Ribs – slightly crunchy, full of taste

Nutty Ribs – slightly crunchy, full of taste

Nutty Ribs… You don’t need to be nuts to eat them! Only to make them. It get’s kinda messy to prepare them. But what you get in the end is worth all the effort. But that’s not really why I named them “Nutty Ribs”. These ribs are covered with a nutty crust. This way they get a deep fried like crust. Yet they have only seen my “Napoleon Rogue”. 

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Oriental dry cure – a delicious pork cure

Oriental dry cure – a delicious pork cure

Curing your meat is a very good strategy to influence the cooking process! Not only does it affect the texture of the meat it also makes the meat tastefull and easier to preserve the meat. Moreover it helps to catch some delicious smoke taste when […]

Cider brined Spit Roast Chicken on my new Grill

Cider brined Spit Roast Chicken on my new Grill

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 […]

Mojito style pork jowls – Yes indeed spring is coming! Time for sunny meals

Mojito style pork jowls – Yes indeed spring is coming! Time for sunny meals

Mojito style Pork jowls are made of the rarely used pork cheeks! Rarely used yet my favorite part! Try smoking the cheeks and you will love your new BBQ meal! Time to become the new grill king.
Delicious mojito style pork jowls stuffed in a roasted sweet potato! BBQ heaven on a plate

Most of the ideas I get are inspired by seeing something good from other cooks and making my own version. For these Mojito style pork jowls things went somewhat different. I don’t like to waste products and decided to use the way to sweet “sprite mojito” as brine base. Don’t buy the product I guess there are better alternatives we’ll talk about later.

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Malaysian Curry Powder

Malaysian Curry Powder

This Malaysian curry powder serves as the base for the delicious Malaysian chicken curry I’m about to post one of these days. The spice mix comes out of the dutch cookbook “Spice Wise” which I will review too in the next post. The concept of […]

Byron Chism – 20 years of living the BBQ dream

Byron Chism – 20 years of living the BBQ dream

John Hargate spoke with good words about the Butt Rub legend “Byron Chism”. Who doesn’t know the Butt Rub? Being one of the first commercial rubs I heard about, it was an honour to hear from the man himself what lead him to make a commercial […]

Smoked pepper powder – How to make your own?

Smoked pepper powder – How to make your own?

Do you like to making your spices and rubs from scratch? You are damned right! I’m not anti commercial rubs. But, in my opinion you can make some good stuff yourself and know what you’re eating. If you share this philosophy or just like to experiment, you might be interested in this home smoked pepper powder recipe.

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Irish Coffee Pork Tenderloin

Irish Coffee Pork Tenderloin

Coffee, whisky, meat and fire… This “Irish coffee pork tenderloin” is the answer to what you are looking for. What are you looking for? A recipe to impress your mancave visitors, a BBQ recipe that’s different than most sweet meals, a delicious barbecue recipe for […]


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