Tag Archives: Grilling
John vacuum-seals 2 boneless spare ribs with a marinade of lime juice, fish sauce, brown sugar, and spices and cooks it in the immersion circulator for about two hours at 135F. After this he grills it briefly on both sides … Continue reading
Happy Halloween! We do not have any trick or treaters coming to our house so we can concentrate on making dinner. This week my menu has gotten scrambled because our realtor is having an open house for other realtors and … Continue reading
Don’t like sitting on a blanket on the ground? Have a kitchen picnic. For our kitchen picnic we have grilled chicken thighs with BBQ sauce. As accompaniments to John’s grilling, I spice up some baked beans and broccoli salad. We … Continue reading
I have not made Texas caviar for a while. It always feels a little bit daunting when I imagine all the chopping that must be done. I do love chopping up vegetables but I do not like chopping up tomatoes … Continue reading
Tonight’s grilled chicken thighs are the best that John has ever made. They are juicy and cooked through and have a great BBQ sauce char. Yum! I cannot even begin to describe how great these are. We make our own … Continue reading
Summer U.S. cooking, a hamburger off the grill and a fresh salad made with vegetables from the garden or the farmer’s market. John grills the perfect medium rare hamburger … and I prepare a fresh vegetable concoction.
According to my menu I was supposed to be making chicken breast, mashed potatoes, and a green vegetable. But I was just not feeling it. Summer temperatures are just too warm for the classic. Plus I had left over salads … Continue reading