For quite a long time I have been keen to get my hands on a plancha/griddle plate for my BBQ. There are a number of options branded specifically for the BBQ available for those who own Kamados or Weber Kettles but nothing for people with the less popular brands. After a good while of searching I decided to bite the bullet at visit a local steel fabricator. Continue reading New Plancha: Burgers
Not much to say about this one. I’m not going to try give any advice about cooking hot dogs. However, I will make a couple of suggestions for the next time you do.
This was one of those cooks where everyone at the table said they wanted this again soon. Simple but utterly delicious. There’s not much better than a lamb leg cooked hot and fast on the bbq to medium rare/ medium hot.
I know, I know… Another dirty steak?! YES!!! Because it’s delicious and you have to try it. This time with two excellent wagyu cross sirloin steaks purchased from a petrol garage near Hereford. That’s right… Locks garage near Hereford sells better steaks than many local butchers. Not much more to say other than try dirty steaks and if you want to read a little more about how it’d done click here to read a previous post.
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Written by Tomos Newland-Jones @MrNewland66
This cook was inspired by a cook I saw on Man Fire Food. Simple but certainly something a little different. On the episode in question, the mojo sauce was used as a baste for a whole hog. It looked fantastic so thought I would give it a go. Continue reading Cuban Mojo Chicken