My goodness I have one free Friday! Literally Happy Friday! I just wrapped up a deadline yesterday, not that I don’t have few more to sink my teeth into again, but I think I’d grab this time for a much-needed … Continue reading BBQ Pork Spare Ribs
The Filipino way of marinating Pork to make the very popular Pork BBQ is usually with Soy Sauce, Sugar and Vinegar. Both play an integral role in the mixture, and in one way or another, maybe for centuries now, this … Continue reading Pinchos (Spanish Pork BBQ/Kebabs)
Spatula, tong & fork – a 3-piece barbecue set by Tramontina. Wish they’re mine but I bought this set as Christmas gift to a very close family friend who loves the sun and barbecue. Just in time for summer further … Continue reading La.Pi.S#28: Kitchen Gadgets
Wish it is summer already but being further down under means I am experiencing the exact opposite of the official barbecue season. For the record, I am definitely not one of those who could have outdoor BBQ during cold … Continue reading La.Pi.S03: Outdoor Barbecue
Kaysarap ng inihaw! Ang lutuin ang pagkain sa init ng apoy at baga. Yum! Dito makikita ang kinahinatnan.
(My 1st barbeque in NZ)
Ang apoy ay hindi lang para sa pagluluto ng pagkain kundi para din sa inumin tulad ng nasa larawan… pampainit ng tsa. Sarap! … lalo na pag malamig ang panahon. Larawang unang nalathala dito.
My recent trip to Hebei’s capital was like taking part in a week-long celebration of a Barrio Fiesta. As we all know, the pinoy fiesta table is overflowing with food served buffet-style. Do check them out before reading this post. … Continue reading Lasang Pinoy 19 – Pork Barbecue
I took some pics of our 1st ever barbecue at home in Beijing last month. Like I said, forget the diet. this was the first time in Beijing. up on the roof. My recipe is a combination of what I think was the secret of street vendors selling barbecue back home & one recipe I found in the internet. Grilled over burning charcoal and served with home-made sauce. I would really like to have them grilled on bamboo skewers or what we call barbeque sticks but we couldn’t find any in the supermarket.