Tag: Kamado

White asparagus stew with Oyster mushroom and salmon

White asparagus stew with Oyster mushroom and salmon

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 […]

Grilled venison cheeks Stew with Raspberry beer

Grilled venison cheeks Stew with Raspberry beer

We all got our favorite cuts of meat. If you ask me I’ll always go for the cheeks! Thinking about pork and beef cheeks. They are perfect for slow cooking projects. I had never thought about searching for venison cheeks before. Until Carmans delivered me […]

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Pulled Wild Boar – Wild game for christmas?

Pulled Wild Boar – Wild game for christmas?

Holidays are coming closer! I know some of you are allready dreaming of a smoking Christmas! Who cares if it’s snowing or not as long as the Q is burning we don’t mind. Therefor I will be sharing some delicious Wild Game projects from now […]

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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? […]

Southern Vegetable Breadpudding: More than just a side!

Southern Vegetable Breadpudding: More than just a side!

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 […]

Vietnamese Meatballs – Delicious fresh smokey meatballs

Vietnamese Meatballs – Delicious fresh smokey meatballs

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 […]

Smoked sweet lemon pepper salmon

Smoked sweet lemon pepper salmon

As mentioned in my last post on “Tjop’s pop-up” (dutch only) I was blown away by the salmon we got served over there. In my attempt to make something similar, the idea for this recipe was born. Smoked sweet lemon pepper salmon. The salmon was brined […]

Eggs in a Bun – Using leftovers for a delicious breakfast

Eggs in a Bun – Using leftovers for a delicious breakfast

  Holidays are coming! When you’re on cooking duty during Christmas you might serve some buns along one of your meals. Usually most of these buns are among the leftovers and drying out pretty soon. That problem is solved by now! These eggs in a […]

Smoked Chocolate Christmas Bark

Smoked Chocolate Christmas Bark

Time goes fast when you’re having fun! It feels like the seasons skipped autumn this year and Christmas is already there. How much I love autumn there’s no reason to panic! This time of the year we share delicious food with the ones we love. […]

Ginflamed giant Devil’s Tail Burger

Ginflamed giant Devil’s Tail Burger

The Giant Devil’s Tail Burger! A splendid burger recipe with slightly smokey flavored with fresh “Devil’s tail Gin” flavored “cheese sauce” and a spicy sting in the end! A burger that brings the subtle taste of the gin between to slices of homemad e bread. […]

Rustic Rye-Sodabread from “Jamie’s Superfood”

Rustic Rye-Sodabread from “Jamie’s Superfood”

You might be someone like me who likes to make things from scratch. Leading to the idea to bake your own bread more often. But… Time issues bury your good intentions before you actually get the routine into baking. Simply because we don’t always have […]