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  • Doing some pork ribs and want to finish them on the BBQ. What's the best way to prep them in the oven?

    One method was to put them in a tray with some water and covered by foil so they steam. I was planning to then coat them in my special sauce (ooh matron) and whack them on a hot grill to finish.

    Thoughts?

  • I'd probably marinade them before they went in the oven, cook them gently for three or so hours... Water bath sounds like a good idea... More sauce when they go on the BBQ and just keep basting them with even moar while they're on there...

    Sounds delicious, enjoy...

  • Doing some pork ribs and want to finish them on the BBQ. What's the best way to prep them in the oven?

    One method was to put them in a tray with some water and covered by foil so they steam. I was planning to then coat them in my special sauce (ooh matron) and whack them on a hot grill to finish.

    Thoughts?

    Sounds delicious. You don't need much water- just enough to stop it burning. If you're after an alternative, you could confit them- cook them low and slow covered in oil, infused with whatever you like. And as said above, if you marinade before cooking, will give a little bit more flavour. And during. And after cooking too, for that matter.

  • A step down from the japanese food porn (incredibly beautiful photos too):

    As Marseille does not have any good indian restaurant I started making my own indian food. Tonight I made hard boiled eggs in a Delhi style sauce and a carotte curry with shallots and chili. Both recipe from Madhur Jaffrey's curry bible. It was delicious.

  • back in BKK

    *sells bikes. Books flight

  • BKK?

    Burger King Kroydon?

  • Made some rabbit the other day.

    First seasoned it with pepper and salt, freshly squeezed lemon juice, some rough cloves of garlic and good olive oil. Left it for about 3 hours, rotating every once and again.

    Next fried the garlic on a very low pitch in olive oil, just to flavour the oil. Then fried the rabbit legs slightly brown on both sides.

    Put the garlic, some onion and the rabbit in a tray. Not pictured, I also added potatoes and carrots and...

    Added sea salt, ground black pepper, rosemary, white wine, sherry and some stock and shoved it in the oven.

    After about 2.5 hours I couldnt resist the smell anymore and took it out.

    No time or means to make a good looking plate. Just wanted to eat!

    It was really fucking good.

    And I remember this choco kebab thing being mentioned in this thread. I was walking down the street here in Madrid yesterday to buy some potatoes for a tortilla de patatas when I passed this place. We have choco kebab in Madrid! Hard to spot the actual thing on the photo, but it is there. On the right side through the window, just left of the worker with the orange cap on you will see the 'kebab' roll. Not a fan of chocolate myself so I'm not the right person to review it. Therefore I didnt get any.

  • Going to Searcys tomorrow at the Gherkin as my GF really wanted too, hopefully is as nice as tripadvisor suggests

  • One last try on these... I have 2x Sous Vide circulator for sale - and need them gone this week - let me know if your into it / message me for details - pick up in Highbury.

  • TS please list some places to eat in Lisbon as I may well be visiting there in a few weeks. Not a big fan of seafood though.

    +1 on needing some inside tips on where to eat in Lisbon. I am a fan of seafood though..

  • Think he ignored me for not liking eggplant the other day.

  • ^^ What are they? I dont even care, I just want the same!

  • Brilliant!

  • Sticks'n'Sushi

    Fuck yes.


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  • I just like a good takeout every now and then

  • Saturday:
    Pumpkin Kibbeh
    Aubergine, Spinach, Kale over tahini yoghurt
    Beetroot tarte tatin and horseradish ice cream
    Fatoush
    Moutabl and Hummus
    Turkish Bread (nigella seeds)
    Lamb Shawarma/ meshwi (slow cooked with the spices for Sharwarma)
    Saffron upside down rice
    Lemon Meringue, poppy seeds and white chocolate cake
    Tiramisu
    Halva Ice cream and ginger tuiles.

    Served with Vodka.
    Was good, am fat now.

  • Great British Bake Off starts again this evening.

    #unnaturallyexcited

  • ^ +1

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