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Sicilian Inspired Citrus Chicken

Got a chance to barbecue some food today.  So here I have my version of Sicilian Inspired Citrus Chicken.  Very simple but really delicious too.   I am no expert so the instructions provided below are simply for those who wish to give it a go.  I also made a video which you can find by clicking here.  The video was just for fun and provides no instructions.  Continue reading Sicilian Inspired Citrus Chicken

Reverse Sear Steak

Have you ever heard of reverse searing?  No?  Then this is the best thing you’ll learn today.  Yes?  You probably already know everything I’m about to say but by all means, read it anyway.

If like me you love steak, you probably believed you could cook a pretty incredible steak already.  You’re probably right but this method of cooking your steak will definitely take your steak to the next level.  To cook this steak I adopted two new techniques picked up from the incredible community over in the CountryWoodSmoke Facebook group.  Dry brining and reverse sear.  If you are at all interested in BBQ and good food I seriously suggest you go and join that group.  Let’s start with preparing the steak. Continue reading Reverse Sear Steak

Cooking: Two Ingredient Nutella Cake

This is not at all the kind of thing that I would normally blog about but… because it was pretty good and involves using just two ingredients, I was shown how to make this by a family member, I thought I would share it with you.

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It is literally two ingredients. Eggs and Nutella.  Here’s how to make it. Continue reading Cooking: Two Ingredient Nutella Cake

Cooking: Pulled Pork (Not Barbecued)

One of my favourites when it comes to cooking BBQ-ish food at home is pulled pork.  Although I am certain that cooking something like this would be better on the smoker/barbecue, it isn’t always possible.  I know that many of the people reading this will barbecue rain or shine and although I will if the mood takes me… Most people wouldn’t.

 I would like to make it clear at this point that I am no expert in the kitchen or on the barbecue.  I am only a keen cook with a good love for barbecue food and these recipes only detail how I cook this particular meal.  If you have any tips or suggestions that might improve the recipe, I am more than happy to hear them. In any case, this is a great way to cook it at home.  Primarily because it’s pretty simple to make and the end results are delicious.

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