Sidedish

Grilled Asparagus a la Flamande – a local classic

Grilled Asparagus a la Flamande – a local classic

 Born in the flemish part of Belgium I need to share this grilled version of the local classic meal: “Asparagus a la Flamande”. It’s a simple yet delicious recipe that has the asparagus as a star ingrediënt topped with mashed eggs. Instead of using clarified […]

Ensalada de Garbanzos – chickpea salad

Ensalada de Garbanzos – chickpea salad

 know you pitmasters love cooking on fire as much as I do. Yet when it comes to sides I often seem to grab at the same known recipes to serve along my grilled meat. Maybe you experience the same. This delicous “Ensalada de Garbanzos con […]

Cowboy Candy – Do you dare to play the game?

Cowboy Candy – Do you dare to play the game?

I bet you have at least one person among your friends that eats chili peppers for breakfast to prove he can. Or maybe you’re the one? This piece of candy for adults is just what you’ve been looking for to play with their minds. it […]

Ring Stinger Hot Sauce – hot sauce from scratch

Ring Stinger Hot Sauce – hot sauce from scratch

BBQ and hot sauce seem to be a marriage made in heaven (or hell as you prefer). I’ve never considered how it would be to make some hot sauce from scratch. Until now. The ring stinger hot sauce was born out of the pickled jalapeno […]

Pickled Jalapeno Peppers – The Best you’ll get

Pickled Jalapeno Peppers – The Best you’ll get

So a couple of weeks ago you asked me for more sides! And you were damned right about too! Somehow I often focus on the BBQ action and in specific the meat or vegetarian meals. However I have some decent sides I rarely share them […]

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 […]

Marinated Grilled Mushrooms – A delicious BBQ apetizer

Marinated Grilled Mushrooms – A delicious BBQ apetizer

 Best thing about summer are the BBQ and cocktail parties! When both come together it’s even better! But don’t bring yourself in a difficult position by serving loads of meat before you start the Main course! It’s a pitty if your guests are fullfilled when […]

BBQ Babi panggang: Indonesian/Chinese roast pork

BBQ Babi panggang: Indonesian/Chinese roast pork

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 […]

BBQ Stir fried Vietnamese Meatballs Noodle Salad

BBQ Stir fried Vietnamese Meatballs Noodle Salad

 Here we go! After the delicious Vietnamese meatballs I’m sharing a delicious side dish to serve them with! Using a wok pan on the grill works excellent. So I’ll take a moment to explain how you can make this BBQ Stir Fried noodle salad on […]

Completo Italiano con batata – Chilean Hot dogs

Completo Italiano con batata – Chilean Hot dogs

This has been a rather interesting blog post for me. Mostly I try to get some inspiration before I start cooking. This time I made something up and read about the Completo Italiano afterwards. The Completo Italiano is a Chilean style hot dog. The hot […]

Ash coated lamb – Inspired by Ekstedt’s book “Food from the fire” + review

Ash coated lamb – Inspired by Ekstedt’s book “Food from the fire” + review

A couple of weeks ago I received the book “Food from the fire” by Niklas Ekstedt from a friend of mine. Among the many stunning recipes in the book was the recipe for “Ash coated lamb”. The recipe is a good example on why you […]

Smoked meatballs Shakshuka – A middle eastern classic made with a twist

Smoked meatballs Shakshuka – A middle eastern classic made with a twist

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 […]



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