Barbeque

Aug 21

Roasting Hot Hot Hot!

It’s Hatch Chile season in the South West US at the moment and there is a glut of really cheap chilis piling up in the supermarkets. At less than $1 per pound you can get about 8 large chilis, so I have been taking advantage of the harvest and most dishes have Hatch Chiles in …

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Jul 31

Homemade Mexican Chorizo Style Sausages

These sausages that Bill and made a while ago are neither Spanish chorizo or Mexican chorizo, but a 3rd way. The stuffing is in the style of Mexican chorizo, but it is stuffed into natural sausage casings to be then cooked like normal sausages. I love spicy food and I thought that this type of …

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Jul 26

Seriously Simple Pulled Pork

Sometimes life gets in the way of cooking but I hate to settle, so I have a few favorites that I pull out for these occasions. Pulled pork is so easy and if you’ve got a crock pot, it is perfect for not heating up the kitchen in the summer. BBQ Pulled Pork 1 Pork Roast …

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Jul 13

Simple Grilled Squid

The closest that most people come to squid is calamari in a restaurant. Usually these are just rings, breaded and deep fried. I don’t have anything against squid in this way, as I quite often have it as a starter when ever I get the chance, but buying squid with all the wiggly bits and …

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Jun 30

An improved hot dog – The Spiral

Not only is July, National Hot Dog Month (also National Baked Bean Month and Pickle Month too), but July the 4th, US Independence Day, is the biggest hot dog holiday of the year, with 155 million being consumed. Not only is that impressive, but according to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, during the …

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