Recipes

Are Bank Holiday Weekends the Christmas of BBQ?

No matter where I go in Britain I hear the same tales of woe regarding the Great British weather and how it can often ruin that quintessential past time, the Bank Holiday weekend BBQ! I’ve been thinking a lot this summer about how to make cooking outside easier for people and as we approach the August […]

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Skirt Steak with Roasted Root Veg Salad

Reading previous recipe blogs you’ll know I enjoy the flavour of the lesser known cuts of steak such as Flat Iron and Bavette, and in this recipe the Skirt steak falls into this category nicely. These steaks cost a little less than your typical sirloin, fillet and rib eye, but eat like a million dollars! […]

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Reverse Seared Rump Cap with Fresh Herbs & Mustard

For Father’s Day it has to be something special and for me it has to be Rump Cap. In the US it’s called Sirloin cap, but Brazil is where it’s possibly the most famous and is known as Picanha!

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Leg Lamb Steaks with Rosemary, Garlic & Lemon

This is such a quick dinner idea and one of my absolute favourites. Grilled Lamb, on the table in less than 30 minutes; what’s not to love! Serves 4 Ingredients 3 leg lamb steaks (approx 175g each) 3 sprigs of rosemary, stripped 2 gloves of garlic, peeled Zest & juice of 1 lemon 2 tbsp […]

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Moules Mariniere

I love it when people I teach have that light bulb moment and realise they can use the BBQ as the traditional grill, but also as a way to cook just about anything they can think of. Cooking equipment for the kitchen comes under the heading of “kitchenware” but for BBQ’s it’s “accessories”, and I […]

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BBQ’s are not just for Burgers & Bangers (V)

Barbecues are synonymous with meat, and in the simplest form, burgers and sausages. With the recent increase in the mercury, talk in the media has turned to dragging out the BBQ, dusting it off and seeing if it’s still working. Unbeknown to the mainstream food journalists there are legions of BBQ cooks up and down […]

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Roast Beef for St. George’s Day

As a nation we do love our roast beef and I think this recipe is a fitting tribute on St. George’s Day. To me the rib beef on the bone is the elder statesman of the roasts! With all the added flavour of being aged on the bone it really is the star of any […]

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Hot Cross BBQ Buns

The majority of my cooking demonstrations and masterclass include some form of baking and/or dessert and there are 2 simple reasons. The first is that when you bake something like a brownie, a cake or a meringue on a BBQ it really does draw a line in the sand that it’s possible to control the […]

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Perfect Easter Lamb Recipe

Lamb and Easter go hand-in-glove and there’s something beautifully fresh and delicious about this roasted leg of lamb with fresh herbs, garlic and a spot of mustard. Set your BBQ up for an indirect roast between 180 and 200c, put the lid on and be sure to have the vents full over on a kettle […]

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Jerk Chicken with Grilled Pineapple salsa and Sour Cream

Jerk chicken is a Caribbean classic and one that can easily be tamed if you aren’t a fan of having your head blown off with heat. Although the list of spices may look lengthy, there is an easy way to put this within easy reach even on the busiest of days. By focusing on the […]

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