This rub creates roughly 0,25 litre. (TS = tablespoon, but any unit will do)
2 TS of smoked paprika powder
1 TS of regular paprika powder
2 TS of Salt
3 TS of regular sugar
2 TS of brown sugar
1 TS of grounded cumin
1 TS of chili powder
1 TS freshly grounded pepper
1/2 TS cayenne pepper
1 TS of onion powder
1 TS of garlic powder
1 TS of celery salt
1 TS of dried oregano
Game on! Enjoy!
I was planning on doing some ribs, this weekend, since we celebrate the kings day on monday and the weather was good. This relaxes me a lot, and I started out being in anticipation all weekend. Nice! Should do them more often, I guess.
To start out with the ribs, I needed some BBQ sauce first, and the true master of BBQ, Steven Raichlen, had a great recipe in one of his books, called Kansas Style BBQ ribs, with some great accompanying sauce.
How to make that sauce is described below, including some great pics.
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This sylvester eve 2014, we had a good meal, and a friend of mine made brisket. To accompany that, I decided that it was time to do some baked beans again. I love them, but I don’t make them quite often enough.
So, to start, I had to make sure that we had the ingredients. I decided to go with a serving for 12. If there are leftovers, I put them in the freezer. The choice for the baked beans was quite meaty, which I will not do again next time, but ok. It was very tasteful, nevertheless.
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This weekend, we had chicken. I love chicken, my wife loves chicken, the kids love chicken. Who doesn’t love chicken? I’ve searched the net for a decent way to cook some legs and thighs, since I didn’t want to do it the ‘old fashioned’ way, just grilling it of on the Q.
I’ve found a wonderful recipe from Jamie, which I really loved, and since I (almost) had all the ingredients in house, I decided to give it a go.
Continue reading Best BBQ chicken ever! (According to Jamie…)
Again, a good weekend, but no large pieces of cow or pork this Sunday. I wanted to make something more simple. Also a good way of letting my son do most of the work, as he really likes doing something with the grill himself. Must be the age and the gene pool he’s made of.
He wanted to make Sateh, and I must admit that it’s been a long time since we did that. Took a bit of digging, but I finally managed to find the recipe I liked and wanted to do.
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