Chicken Involtini has been a favourite in our house for a long time. I have made them with a few different fillings but sometimes the most simple ones work best so today I am simply using some fresh Basil leaves and some finely grated apple smoked cheddar. Ingredients 3x Large Boneless Chicken Breasts 1x […]
BBQ is all about amazing food. You can have all the gear in the world, know every technique in the book but at the end of the day, it all about the final meal that comes off your BBQ.
This section of the website is a mixture of my own weird and wonderful creations but I’ve also written up some of my cooks from my favourite BBQ Books. You’ll find links for all the books listed in the articles if you want to have a go yourself.
I’m always looking for new sides to make when we have the entire family around and these sweet and sticky BBQ beans from the Weber American BBQ Book are sure to be included in every family get together from now on. One of the nice things about these beans is that they can be placed […]
Pork Belly Burnt Ends are taking the UK BBQ Community by storm so I thought it was about time I jumped on the band wagon and gave them a go. I can’t claim any credit for the recipe but my method of cooking them is based on the method used by Malcom Reed from howtobbqright.com. […]
Other than at Christmas, I never really get a chance to make a Smoked Ham. It’s a joint that my whole family love to eat but for some reason it rarely springs to mind when I’m thinking about what to cook. My better half, Christine, isn’t a lover of overly sweet glazed ham so the […]
This quick and easy recipe for tear and share garlic bread is the perfect side to go with any pizza or pasta dish. It uses the same pizza dough recipe and technique from my BBQ Pizza recipe so you can simply increase the recipe to have a killer tear and share bread as well. […]
I’ve mentioned before in my article ‘5 ways to BBQ more this year’ that BBQ Pizza is one of those family favourites in my house. I’ve been trying a few different topping lately and the one in this recipe is one of my favourites. It’s quite a classic topping combination but using the sundried tomato paste […]
This is a quick and easy sausage roll recipe for parties or as a nibble when friends or family are over. They can be prepared ahead of time and kept in the fridge until you are ready to cook. The recipe below uses Haggis as part of the filling which may not be readily available. […]
Pork Loin is a beautiful cut of meat and there is no better way to cook it than roasting it on the barbecue. Scoring and brushing the fat with a herb and garlic infused oil will pack the meat full of flavour and help the fat crisp up. Ingredients 2lb Pork Loin (Make sure your butcher […]
This old American favourite is one of the recipes that has come to epitomise low and slow barbecue. The idea of taking a very tough cut of meat, smoking it for a long time at a low temperature to break down all the fats and connective tissues inside it until the point that it literally […]
I posted up my recipe for perfect roast beef and I mentioned that a roast dinner wouldn’t be complete without all the trimmings. Sure this includes Potatoes and all the veg but the Yorkshire Puddings are second only to the meat. These little puds are crispy on the out side but chewy in the middle. […]
In the UK, there is nothing more traditional than a roast dinner on a Sunday. The star of the show can be Chicken, Leg of Lamb, Pork or Beef but any of them must be accompanied by all the trimmings. For this recipe I am going to concentrate on a Classic Silverside Roast Beef. Here’s […]
This Sticky glazed Chicken if full of flavour and really packs a punch. For this recipe I am using chicken quarters but you can use chicken breast, legs, wings or a whole chicken and still achieve the same awesome results. Ingredients 1 Large Chicken, quartered Brine 1ltr Boiled water 100g Fine sea salt 150g Dark […]