There are a few things that make this life so much better. One of them is barbecue pork on sticks Pinoy style. I'm going to find out how to make barbecue Grill Queen style. Grill Queen is a small independent chain that sells barbecued meat - pork, chicken, seafood...you name it, they probably barbecue it. … Continue reading Stick food!
I love cooking meats low and slow. There is a nuance of flavour that you can't get anywhere else. Plus, it's one of the easiest ways of cooking. You mix your spices for the rub, you slap it on the meat then bung the meat into an oven and (almost) forget about it. I … Continue reading Dry rub Yelly-style!
I used to buy salt and chilli belly pork from the supermarket prepacked. The pork was lovely, and the flavours were simple, uncomplicated and delicious. There is nothing more enjoyable than straightforward goodness. I looked at the ingredients list one evening and thought I could actually make the ingredient list a bit simpler. The taste … Continue reading Salt and chilli belly pork
I am certainly fond of my takeaways - even while I lived in the Philippines, takeaways were a regular occurrence in our household. I may be wrong, but we seemed to have a better variety of takeaways available for home delivery. One of my favourites were barbecued squid, stuffed grilled fish and spit-roasted suckling pig … Continue reading Lamb kofta kebabs
My favourite American food shows are Man vs Food and Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. Mainly because it gives me a lot of cooking ideas. I think these 2 shows are entirely to blame for a phase I went through over a year ago. Mind you, I'm really glad that I went through this phase because … Continue reading Cooking it slow and low!