Big BBQ Skewers
I like my BBQ skewers long, wide and thick and made out of good quality stainless steel, so when I was sent a set of these heavy Duty Russian designed BBQ Skewers I was seriously impressed. [Read more…]
The rise of UK BBQ has been spectacular, so many new smokehouses appearing. But you can really see the excitement in all things BBQ by the number of wonderful new British BBQ Books that have appeared in the last few months.
I give a quick rundown of these books, they are all worth having for sure, so clear out some room on your bookshelf… [Read more…]
Part of my problem being such a BBQ nerd is that I can have pretty high expectations of what is classed as BBQ. I’ve been fortunate to have been a judge at Grillstock, and have tasted some of the best BBQ in the UK. [Read more…]
Lots of the smokehouses that are springing up recently are urban in nature, but for me really BBQ is at it’s best in the more relaxed countryside. I have seen a few new places appearing in the country as the good word of true smoke is spreading, and it fills me with joy when they are good. [Read more…]
This book is so much more than just BBQ. Genevieve Taylor is a real inspiration for anyone looking to enjoy Al Fresco dining this summer. [Read more…]
Lighting your BBQ charcoal or wood fired stove isn’t sometimes as straightforward as you might think, many people opt for the lighter fluid approach, [Read more…]
There are some great British BBQ books hitting the shelves this Spring, Grillstock, Hangfire and Neil Rankin’s. The bias for these books will be US style BBQ but with a UK twist.
However there is a BBQ book that has a different focus… [Read more…]
BBQ’ers tend to fall into two groups, those who like to fiddle with vents and temperatures/timings, and those who like to set their BBQ up nice and simple and leave it running doing “it’s own thing”. [Read more…]
A review of the newest smokehouse in York, by CountryWoodSmoke Facebook group regular Rick Paul.
I was very fortunate to have been sent a Flip’N’Grate to put through it’s paces over the summer. It’s a useful bit of kit, easily height adjustable, and easy to flip over with one hand. [Read more…]