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Wow, do you have the recipe at hand?

I did what I normally do, watched a few videos on YouTube for ideas then cobbled something together. 😁

This was rubbed in pulled pork seasoning and left overnight, then slow cooked for about 3 hours at 120c then I put them in the tin and gave them a good coving of sweet baby Ray’s, a lot of butter and a big drizzle of honey. Mixed it up, covered in foil the cooked for another couple of hours! Tbh they are so rich I’ve over done it a bit! 🐷😆
 

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Last two nights have been pizza oven. Tonight is tepinyaki grill. It really is a hands on cooking experience. Steak, chicken and sausage sliced. Along with Chorizo and raw prawns. chuck in some sliced Haloumi, marinade sauces and salad and it’s a fantastic evenings cooking.
 
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I did what I normally do, watched a few videos on YouTube for ideas then cobbled something together. 😁

This was rubbed in pulled pork seasoning and left overnight, then slow cooked for about 3 hours at 120c then I put them in the tin and gave them a good coving of sweet baby Ray’s, a lot of butter and a big drizzle of honey. Mixed it up, covered in foil the cooked for another couple of hours! Tbh they are so rich I’ve over done it a bit! 🐷😆
Lol nice one, pork belly?
 

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Last two nights have been pizza oven. Tonight is tepinyaki grill. It really is a hands on cooking experience. Steak, chicken and sausage sliced. Along with Chorizo and raw prawns. chuck in some sliced Haloumi, marinade sauces and salad and it’s a fantastic evenings cooking.
it was going so well, everything had been prepared, for two. Then young lad Tash turned up and he has the appetite of a grizzly coming outta hibernation.
 

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Not BBQ related, but didn't want to start another food thread. Got myself a piece of fillet from the butcher today. Coated it in a mix of dijon mustard, garlic and olive oil and then rolled it in crushed peppercorns. Rolled it in a pan of hot oil to seal the outside and then sliced it as thin as possible. Fortunately neither of the kids likes it so it looks like it's all for me.

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Not BBQ related, but didn't want to start another food thread. Got myself a piece of fillet from the butcher today. Coated it in a mix of dijon mustard, garlic and olive oil and then rolled it in crushed peppercorns. Rolled it in a pan of hot oil to seal the outside and then sliced it as thin as possible. Fortunately neither of the kids likes it so it looks like it's all for me.

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Yum!!
 

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Tomahawk Steak £13.49 per kg / Wagyu Rump Steak £6 227g / Wagyu Sirloin Steak £6.46 227g / Wagyu Ribeye Steak £6.98 227g @ Aldi from 26th
 

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In tonight's episode of how much raw meat can one person eat in a week, another non BBQ meal.......

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Not the best photo but homemade steak tartare with halloumi fries and oven roasted cherry tomatoes.
 
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Cracking BBQ tonight, for starters some freshly picked sweet corn from the veggie patch covered in spicy garlic and oregano butter. To follow two huge racks of ribs from Morissons dusted in a homeade rub and finished with chipotle raspberry sauce, sides of spicy roasted baby potatoes and a home made slaw 👌
Threw a chunk of applewood into the hopper for good measure 😉 20210908_185511-01.jpg 20210908_193034-01.jpg 20210908_203506-01.jpg
 
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