Topic: BBQ

Picked this book up and its bloody brilliant, well its good, as my bbq repartee was limited to sat the least. Nice pics, simple recipes, ingredients are readily available.
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Last edited by Toronto Ted (Sat 04 Jun 2011 5:49 pm)

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I was meant to be on barbie duty this evening but cloud cover saved me... to be honest, I'm pretty good at turning out edible meat stuffs but a move beyond the basics wouldn't do any harm. If its canadian is it mainly for yak and caribou?

Formica is a nice bit of wood

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Dont get many caribou's downtown Toronto and yaks  ...Im not in Outer Mongolia !  Maybe a moose or two though.

I've served up Puerto Ricain chicken, spicy citrus steak kebabs and beer can chicken big_smile oh and some lemon roast potatoes.

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Beaver?

Formica is a nice bit of wood

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Toronto Ted wrote:

beer can chicken

I'm coming to the next one.

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disturbing... but they do still club seals here lol
http://www.buy-beer.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/beer-butt-buddies2.jpeg

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Beer can chicken?

Cooked it a few times me 'sen.  The Wife renamed it "Buggered Chicken".

Eating tofu and hating it.

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Thats wrong.

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placidcasual wrote:

Thats wrong.

It's fucking gorgeous, the moistest chicken you'll ever eat. There's a recipe on youtube where they call it dancing chicken and two like those above start to jive when the heat kicks in.  big_smile

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xS6R2IzDI10

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Mol wrote:
placidcasual wrote:

Thats wrong.

It's fucking gorgeous, the moistest chicken you'll ever eat. There's a recipe on youtube where they call it dancing chicken and two like those above start to jive when the heat kicks in.  big_smile

theres still some sausages on my barbe in the garden from saturday night. think they might need some ketchup on now.

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oh and some lemon roast potatoes.

Nice.

You should use a better beer than Bud though, surely?

Well that was fun.

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Put a quartered cabbage in enough foil to parcel it up
Half a cup of water.
2 cloves of garlic
A tin of drained anchovies - place between the segment
Wrap it up and chuck on the BBQ.
10 minutes later pick off, unwrap and eat.

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Chopped spring onions and/or washed leaks 
10 to 12 cloves of garlic
Salt & Peper
Quarter of a cup of soy-sauce
Quarter cup of stout beer or water
Tin foil - make it into an envelope
Chuck it on the BBQ

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king of the slums wrote:

Chopped spring onions and/or washed leaks 
10 to 12 cloves of garlic
Salt & Peper
Quarter of a cup of soy-sauce
Quarter cup of stout beer or water
Tin foil - make it into an envelope
Chuck it on the BBQ

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_JHGQeoszpyQ/T … 060207.jpg

That's all very well KOTS but wha'ts the stuff behind the tin foil?

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Loose Lips wrote:
king of the slums wrote:

Chopped spring onions and/or washed leaks 
10 to 12 cloves of garlic
Salt & Peper
Quarter of a cup of soy-sauce
Quarter cup of stout beer or water
Tin foil - make it into an envelope
Chuck it on the BBQ

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_JHGQeoszpyQ/T … 060207.jpg

That's all very well KOTS but wha'ts the stuff behind the tin foil?

Looks like squid legs, bloody lovely when bbq-ed up they are..

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I really like this section of the forum and it rocks,Very good guideline for sharing good dishes .Good work again.

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king of the slums wrote:

Chopped spring onions and/or washed leaks 
10 to 12 cloves of garlic
Salt & Peper
Quarter of a cup of soy-sauce
Quarter cup of stout beer or water
Tin foil - make it into an envelope
Chuck it on the BBQ

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_JHGQeoszpyQ/T … 060207.jpg

Sounds lovely but where's the meat?

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heyho wrote:
king of the slums wrote:

Chopped spring onions and/or washed leaks 
10 to 12 cloves of garlic
Salt & Peper
Quarter of a cup of soy-sauce
Quarter cup of stout beer or water
Tin foil - make it into an envelope
Chuck it on the BBQ

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_JHGQeoszpyQ/T … 060207.jpg

Sounds lovely but where's the meat?

Here you go, bang this on..
http://www.winetomatch.com/images/chianina_toro_thumb.jpg

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http://bbq.about.com/od/smokerreviews/g … 72405b.htm

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Spicy citrus kabobs

lime and lemon juice and zest, olive oil, jalapeno peppers, crushed garlic, chilli powder, cumin - leave diced steak to marinade for half an hour. put on skewer with green peppers... bingo

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Yeah Big Green Eggs rock. I have a Large and absolutely love it (but i still haven't made that beer butt chicken). Hopefully when I do, they turn out as nice as the picture a few posts above.

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Don't care what the weather on Saturday , doing that beer can chicken.Need more veg sides ideas. Me I just quarter an onion , cover the sements in butter , wrap in foil and chuck it on .Spuds and seetcorn and mushrooms
.Been doing the same for 20 years.

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Am I imagining this or was there more than 1 page to this thread?  Or is there just another one???

Am looking to do a bbq for the little 'uns 1st birthday this weekend

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One page.

If you want people to come and drink your beer I'm free on Sunday.  big_smile

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