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  • i presently have about 4 kilos of shortribs 'marinading' in a dry rub in a tupperware box in the fridge waiting to be slow n low'd first thing saturday morning - will i kill anyone?

  • Rollmops.

  • Not if you boil them for 3 hours before eating.

  • will i kill anyone?

    No, it being cut up in tupperware in your fridge indicates the animal is dead already.

  • i presently have about 4 kilos of shortribs 'marinading' in a dry rub in a tupperware box in the fridge waiting to be slow n low'd first thing saturday morning - will i kill anyone?

    I am not sure that marinating has ever sent someone on a murdering spree, but your anger management is sometimes questionable.

    AFAIK "I had ribs in a dry rub in my fridge" would not be legal defence for killing red light jumpers.

  • There seem to be varying schools of thought re marinating, some suggest 24-48 hours for it to penetrate the meat. Others just apply the rub and start cooking, as the spices will migrate as the meat warms up and the juices start moving.

    I have always gone long on the marinating time.

  • I have just acquired 4kg of beef shin from my meat dealer. It's RAGU time!

    :D

  • I made a ragu from a left over Jacob's ladder, made with the first harvest of tomatoes from the garden, and a handful of oregano from the garden too.

    still drooling

  • I made a ragu from a left over Jacob's ladder, made with the first harvest of tomatoes from the garden, and a handful of oregano from the garden too.

    still drooling

    Oh man. That sounds epic.

  • Had N'Duja for the first time on sourdough last night at Pizza East. EHRMAGERD. Mainland Europe does bread and meat so much better than us....

  • pls.

  • Need to feed 8 people and three kids for buffet style Sunday lunch.

    Gas barbecue an option. Am totally lacking in inspiration. Any go-to recipes for that sort of situation?

  • Roast chickens/slow cooked beef, salads and roast potatos

    You can do most of the prep before.

    Salad 1

    salad 2 (I'd go for soft poached eggs.)

    Salad 3

  • I would go Greek. Roast ba big leg of lamb with garlic then do some Koftas and veg kebabs on the bbq then bulk it out with roast veg couscous and other salads plus pittas, hummus and tzatziki. Fairly easy to get the most of it done in advance plus a touch of man business on the barbecue....

  • Oh and a good big Greek salad with feta and olives....

  • Lamb chops, lots of, easy to marinade and always come out better with a bit of char. Easy to prepare and that will give you more time to drink.

  • Roast chickens/slow cooked beef, salads and roast potatos

    You can do most of the prep before.

    Salad 1

    salad 2 (I'd go for soft poached eggs.)

    Salad 3

    I was thinking roast chickens and salad actually. I do roast a mean chicken.

    love the look of that roast cauliflower salad.

  • Lamb chops, lots of, easy to marinade and always come out better with a bit of char. Easy to prepare and that will give you more time to drink.

    That would be my default option too but my wife has a bit of an aversion to lamb. Hmmmm. Chickens winning I think.

    Cheers

  • Spatchcock the chickens, easy to cook on a BBQ that way... You could do a few different ones*, e.g. BBQ, jerk and piri piri... Coleslaw, potato salad, sweet corn and green salad on the side... Job done...

    • delicious leftovers for the week...
  • I've jerked a bit too much of late I think. every time we have a party I end up spending ages in the kitchen with a food processor knocking up yet another batch of jerk... which is nice but I fancy a change.

    Spatchcocked nicely spiced roast chickens with a couple of middle-eastern ish salads sounds like the way to go. Decision made.

  • I've jerked a bit too much of late I think...

    #tmi

  • I've jerked a bit too much of late I think. every time we have a party I end up spending ages in the kitchen with a food processor knocking up yet another batch of jerk... which is nice but I fancy a change.

    Spatchcocked nicely spiced roast chickens with a couple of middle-eastern ish salads sounds like the way to go. Decision made.

    Great.

    What time did you say on Sunday?

  • You're all welcome. Bring boozes.

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