Friday, 27 March 2009

Second barbecue of Spring

Of course, having wheeled the Weber out of the shed and tasted the smokey lamb, we've got the taste for it. A boneless chicken, marinated in rosemary and sundried tomatoes and such (bought that way) was the next sacrificial lamb, so to speak. Artichoke fritters, and a tub of buckwheat and 4-bean salad on the side.

7 comments:

Heather said...

don't you love your weber grill? mine makes me so happy :)

HH said...

Lovely FC!! I don't think I have ever reached such bbq-ing heights. I have to wrestle the tongs off my dad to get anything other than burtn sausages!

The Cat's Mother said...

how is the salad flavoured? I'm trying to imagine the taste.

Foodycat said...

Heather - we do, best invention!

HH - this is why you marry a South African! They really know their barbecues.

Mother - like a tabbouli: mint, lemon, olive oil and a little bit of chilli.

HH said...

Lol! I will keep that in mind FC!!

Sam said...

I'm being a wimp and waiting till it gets just a bit warmer before I wheel out the barbecue.

The chicken sounds delicious though, way better than the usual sausages and burgers.

Foodycat said...

HH - or I could just ask Paul to give lessons?

Sam - the chicken was good, but a sausage cooked on charcoal is food for the gods.

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