It’s autumn and the world wide web is flooded with pumpkin recipes! However I’m afraid most of you might get tired of these pumpkin recipes I still think I need to share another one! Why? Simply because I believe this dish is one of the […]
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Are you looking for a delicious fish recipe where the subtle taste of fish doesn’t get lost? Saltcrusted Trout is what you need! It might look a bit scary if you’re not familiar with making a saltcrust but it’s maybe the easiest fancy cooking technique I […]
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. (meer…)
Those following on facebook might have read about my friend Japie’s suprise Bday party last weekend where me and some friends served some BBQ goodness. Not that there was much surprise left since he knew almost all about it by the time the party started (eventhough […]
Harrr Captain time to set sail to the Carribean sea and get yourself some Buccaneer ribs. Inspired by the flavors of both spanish and Carribean kitchen. Think of oranges, rum, and allspice to name a few ingredients. Another great recipe by BBQ Guru Steven Raichlen. […]
“Sweet Cherry Chicken Lollipops”. What should I expect? Imagine yourself a beautiful lady with killer looks talking sweet to you. You’re getting interested don’t you? How about she’s a bit spicy and seducing you by subtly blowing some smoke in your face and licking a lollipop? That’s what these chicks are all about: subtly smoked, sweet and tempting lollipops with a spicy touch making you want more. These chickies didn’t steal their name. Who could resist their temptation?
While restyling my index page some time ago I noticed this blog has no beef recipes. Why? I actually never thought about it. I guess there’s not much to say about grilling a steak. It’s best when presented pure with salt and pepper. So we’re left with the sides to come up with something original (as far as beef needs sides…). This spicy fresh cheese marinated cauliflower combines well with beef but would also do fine with pork or fish.
I’m proud to present you “The Blessed Bastard Chicken Wings”! This recipe is based on the BBQ sauce I created about a year or two ago. Over here I explain how the sauce was born. The sauce was tested and approved on bacon but I had never tried it on chicken. I invited my sister to come over and try “the blessed bastard chicken wings” and bring me a second opinion.