Mini Mac 'n' Cheese

Mini Mac ‘n’ Cheese

We are real fans of Mac ‘n’ Cheese. It is a great comfort food and tastes absolutely fantastic especially if it is cooked on the BBQ. Rather than serving as the main course, I thought I would scale down the portion size and create a starter dish. I think this would equally be well served…

Cooking Chicken Thigh

Glazed BBQ Vortex Chicken Thighs

I have become a real fan of cooking chicken with the BBQ Vortex. Typically, chicken thighs or chicken wings will take around 45 minutes to cook. I actually think you could probably reduce the cooking time slightly to 35-40 minutes which is what I will try next time. Using the vortex always delivers a crispy…

Smoked Houmous

Smoked Houmous

Houmous is a really versatile dip that I think goes with loads of different foods. This recipe produced a nice smooth and really tasty version, which is better than anything you will find in supermarkets. This recipe is incredibly easy and quick to make. It will keep for a few days, so can be prepared…

Peruvian Beef Kebab Cooking

Peruvian Beef Kebabs

I absolutely love kebabs and I have been looking for different recipes to cook. This Peruvian Beef Kebab recipe (Anticuchos) is from Steven Raichlen’s Barbecue Bible book. This is a fantastic recipe and one which I will definitely do again. The recipes calls for using either sirloin or tenderloin. I used sirloin this time around and cut it…

BBQ Rotisserie Chicken

BBQ Rotisserie Chicken

For those of you that have visited my site before you will know I love my Weber Rotisserie. I have had it for around 16 months now and it gets regular use for a variety of meat (and more recently veg). Although it is relatively simple doing a whole chicken using the rotisserie it is still…

Celeriac Cooking

BBQ Celeriac Mash

I recently visited The Coach in Marlow, where they had celeriac on a spit prior to making mash with it. I thought that it could be great on the BBQ, especially infused with smoke. The celeriac I had was around 800g. Once on the rotisserie skewer, drizzle some rapeseed oil on the outside and rub…