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Top Tips for Grilling Vegetables

Back in January I asked what BBQ New Years Resolutions people had and one of the popular responses was to cook more side and vegetable dishes on the BBQ. It’s a trend that is ever increasing and we want to have side dishes that are more interesting that the classic iceberg lettuce, chopped tomato and […]

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Grilled Padrón Peppers

Padrón peppers take their name from the region where they originate in northwestern Spain. While typically green in colour they can be red or yellow, and depending on how much water they have as they grow they can be spicy or not. Customarily fried in oil and served as tapas this little taste of sunshine […]

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Tequila Salmon

What better excuse to fire up the barbecue than National Tequila Day! This recipe from The Spruce Eats perfectly combines the flavour of tequila with some heat, a little sweetness and a touch of spice, so go on and give it a go this evening. With a 30-40 minute marinade it couldn’t be easier, and […]

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Mexican Elotes Corn on the Cob

Corn on the cob is a perennial barbecue favourite but sometimes it’s good to mix things up a little and this Mexican street corn is the perfect antidote. Usually topped with crumbled Cotija cheese a Mexican dry grated cheese made with cows milk often referred to as Mexican Parmesan, I’m substituting with a salty Feta […]

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How To Maximise The Space On Your Grill

What is it about al fresco eating and the notion that we have to “have a barbecue”? There’s all this fuss that to fire up your barbecue the planets have to be aligned or it’s just not going to be right! I don’t know when we began subscribing to this utter nonsense that it has […]

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