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hotwings (or legs) a la Frank

This recipe was given to me by a friend. I have no idea where he got it, but I can at least give him credit for a delicious hot wing (or leg) recipe. Since we celebrate new years eve with friends and kids, this recipe will definitely do the trick!

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Lazy sunday satay

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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Pulled Pork, Dutch Oven style

I’ve been doing pulled pork now for quite some time, but this will be my first in the DO. I’ll try to recreate the process right here.

I’ve started out with a big piece of porks neck (around 2,5 kg) and put some oil in my DO. I’ve put the meat in there as is, so no seasoning or injecting of any kind.
I’ve created a nice sauce, consisting of the following.

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Rib-Eye Roast

This weekend we have been grillin again, as usual and saturday I had a beautiful piece of rib eye roast, about 1 kg of it.

I started out with a nice rub I found, which was very straightforward and sounded really good. The contents were the following.

  • Rosemary
  • Bruised Black Pepper
  • Seasalt
  • Paprika powder
  • Garlic powder
  • Cumin powder

Rub the piece of meat in with this rub in a generous (not too generous, though) way and place in in the refrigerator for about an hour. Meanwhile prepare your Weber OTP for indirect grilling at a temperature of about 120-130 Celcius.

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Paella, dutch style from the OTP

A few weeks ago, I’ve been wondering what the big pans are for that we have hanging in the kitchen. I’ve not used them for so long, that I’ve been forgetting what they are all about. Just kidding, of course. But then again, it might be time for us to do a serious good paella session, since the kids love it, and it’s a beautiful sight to see on the Q.

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