Now in its fifth year, The Big Grill returns to the leafy surrounds of Herbert Park, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 from 16th – 19th August 2018. The festival celebrates the art of cooking with fire & smoke, bringing chefs, cooks and pitmasters from Ireland, UK and further along with over 20,000 visitors to smell, taste, discover […]
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What better way to spend the Bank Holiday weekend than becoming reacquainted with your barbecue? This is my trusty family recipe, handed to me by my mother, for a zingy coleslaw with a light dressing. It’s easy to prepare in advance so it takes the pressure off the host for parties so bookmark this recipe […]
After many years of fiddling around with disposable charcoal barbecues, then a sturdy kettle barbecue but with charcoal, I finally converted to a gas barbecue last year. It quickly became an essential part of my kitchen kit and I don’t think I could do without it now. So why have I chosen to change to […]
Just because the weather is a little bit colder (and wetter we know!), it doesn’t meant that we should relegate the barbecue to the shed until next year. This quick homemade barbecue sauce from Siucra is perfect for barbecuing in wintry weather, or indeed the Summer! Ingredients: 1 tablespoon rapeseed oil 1 onion, peeled & […]
Blue Bar have just opened their new sister restaurant, called 5 Rock, located just down the road from the original at 20 Harbour Road, Skerries. Their BBQ ribs are already getting a reputation for being lipsmackingly good! BBQ happens to be one of the most crave-worthy cuisines in the American diet, and for good reason. […]
The Central Wine Bar case study is a great way to see how a food based business can reduce their costs, increase energy efficiency and improve their business by implementing just a few changes. Here’s what happened when Flogas Ireland met The Central Wine Bar.
Food retailer Iceland is heating things up this summer with the new BBQ range landing in all 14 stores across the country this week. With the sun beginning to crack through the clouds and with National BBQ Week this week, Iceland Foods has put together some top tips to become the ultimate BBQ buff.Smokin’ summer […]
Cooking the perfect steak on the barbecue may seem easy but there is a fine art to getting your steak just-right. The team from YesChef magazine have come to the rescue with their tips and tricks for the best steak. Ingredients 2 Kettyle Irish Tomahawk steaks These weigh around 1-1.3kg’s each so plenty for two […]
Have you considered cleaning your gas barbecue yet? Given the weather it’s probably the last thing on your mind at the moment. It’s always a good idea to clean this essential appliance and run a test well in advance of wanting to use it. Spring time is the ideal chance to get stuck in, it […]
Chicken is one of the meats that sometimes people can either dreadfully overcook (until it’s dry) or undercook on the barbecue. So here’s my recipe for great barbecue chicken at home.