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Tag Archives: BBQ
Eat, Fast and Live Longer. A 5-2 Fast Day Recipe Idea Under 200 Calories. Charred Watermelon With Chilli, Lime, Mint and Feta.
I can’t quite recall where I first encountered the idea of charred watermelon. It does sound incongruous and strange; the searing of a cool and refreshing summer fruit on a hot barbecue or grill, but it’s a juxtaposition of hot … Continue reading
Posted in What I Love to Cook Tagged 5-2 Diet, BBQ, Chilli, Feta, Gluten free, Grill, Lime, Mint, Salad, Spring, Watermelon 4 Comments
Lazy Summer Entertaining. Barbecued Flattened Chicken With A Lime And Coconut Pilaf.
Summertime and the livin’ is easy. Never more so than at dinner time when we fire up the barbecue and dine al fresco on the back deck. My idea of holiday cooking is to marinade chicken, beef, lamb, seafood or … Continue reading
Posted in Marinades, Pastes and Dressings, Poultry, Rice, What I Love to Cook Tagged BBQ, Chicken, Chilli, Coconut, Food, Garlic, Ginger, Gluten free, Herbs, Lime, Pilaf, Summer 3 Comments
For The Weekend. Firing Up The Barbecue. Grilled Yoghurt Flatbread.
A couple of weeks ago we were lucky enough to enjoy some modern Greek street food. Needless to say we were blown away by the quality of the home made pita bread wrapped around our souvlaki. Soft, fluffy and … Continue reading
Posted in Baked, What I Love to Cook Tagged BBQ, Flatbread, Flour, Made From Scratch, Pita, Salt, Yeast, Yoghurt Comments Off on For The Weekend. Firing Up The Barbecue. Grilled Yoghurt Flatbread.
Eat, Fast and Live Longer. A 5-2 Fast Day Meal Idea under 400 Calories. Barbecued Harissa Prawns With An Israeli Couscous Salad.
The warmer weather provides the perfect excuse to light up the barbecue and eat dinner al fresco outside on the deck. Barbecued prawns and salad make an ideal fast day meal. Low in calories, very quick and easy to prepare. … Continue reading
Posted in Salads, Seafood, What I Love to Cook Tagged 5-2 Diet, 5:2 Diet, BBQ, Couscous, Fasting Diet, Fregola, Harissa, Prawns, Salad 3 Comments
Another Offering From The Japanese Izakaya. Butabara. Grilled Pork Belly Skewers With Green Spring Onion.
It’s Spring, and the weather has been unseasonably warm. The perfect excuse to fire up the barbecue. My family has a penchant for anything marinated, skewered and grilled. No doubt a consequence of many a visit to the Japanese izakaya … Continue reading
Posted in Pork, Small Bites, To Serve with Drinks, What I Love to Cook Tagged BBQ, Grill, Healthy, Japanese, Pork, Pork Belly, Skewers, Spring Onion, Yakitori 11 Comments
From the Japanese Izakaya. Marinated, Skewered and Grilled. Chicken Yakitori with Spring Onion.
One of the highlights of any trip to Japan must be a visit to a traditional izakaya. Not quite bar, not quite restaurant. Izakaya are warm, cosy, happy places. The perfect venue to catch up with friends for a beer, … Continue reading
Posted in Poultry, Small Bites, To Serve with Drinks, What I Love to Cook Tagged BBQ, Chicken, Food, Grill, Healthy, Japanese, Skewers, Spring Onions, Yakitori 4 Comments
A Summer BBQ. Grilled Chicken Skewers with an Asian Inspired Marinade.
In my mind a summer BBQ is synonymous with easy and relaxed entertaining. I can’t think of an easier way to feed a crowd than grilled chicken skewers. The secret to a tender, juicy, succulent chicken skewer? Use thigh fillets … Continue reading
Firing Up the Barbie. T-Bone Steak. The Tuscan Way.
Firing up the barbie. I can’t think of anything more quintessentially Australian. A great, laid back Aussie summer tradition. I love a good steak on the barbie. Thick. Juicy. Tender. Perfectly charred. The easiest way to achieve this? The Tuscan … Continue reading
On the Grill. Mark’s Aussie Burgers. With the Works.
Australia Day is fast approaching. This Saturday. January 26th. I can’t think of anything more Australian than a burger cooked on the BBQ. The classic Aussie burger always includes a slice of beetroot. This weekend I was back in Canberra. … Continue reading
Posted in Beef, Pork, What I Love to Cook Tagged BBQ, Burgers. Australia, Food, Recipe, Summer 4 Comments
The Accidental Gift. Of BBQs, Pizza Ovens and Clay Paving Bricks.
Christmas gifts. They say it’s the thought that counts. A well-chosen gift speaks volumes. Here is an accidental gift. Quirky and inexpensive. A definite conversation piece. At home with my parents we decided to make pizza for lunch. My parents … Continue reading
Posted in Musings & Inspiration, Pizza, What I Love to Cook Tagged BBQ, Christmas, Clay, Food, Pizza, Stone 1 Comment