Yess! It’s been way too long since I’ve fired up the DO, so this saturday it was time to dust the Oven off and get it lit up!
Chicken is the preferred cut, and I needed to figure out a nice recipe for cooking it, without sticking in the recipes I know and love already. Got me thinking, and suddenly …. #lightbulboverhead ….. lemon came to mind (and google).
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Apparently I don’t have a freezer big enough to hold my meat, so I needed to create some room. Needs to be said that cooking and eating is much more fun than gathering nice pieces of meat in a freezer, so I choose the ribs.
Took them out of the freezer on saturday and removed the rib skin.
Continue reading Sunday Ribs from the OTP
Sunday afternoon with friends. What’s not to like?
I defrosted a giant piece of salmon that was calling me from the fridge. It needed to be eaten, I think. So … we invited some friends and I prepped the salmon using the following straight forward rub.
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Saturday it was the 14th of February, and as you all know, that’s a beautiful day for people in love. Although we never ever join in into this extremely commercial festivity, it is a day to contemplate the love we have for eachother. Since I like BBQ and my wife has to cook every day, my love is expressed using the tools at hand, knowing a kitchen, some knifes, ingredients and a grill outside.
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This weekend we had an ‘official’ diner with friends and family and I wanted to do something special on the table. Thankfully I have my favorite chef Jamie standing by in the kitchen (as a book, not the real deal, of course).
I found the ‘dress the board‘ a very nice addition to the BBQ I already planned. The fun thing is that it’s super easy to do, but very tasteful and entertaining to serve.
Continue reading Dress the board Rib-Eye