Monthly Archives: December 2017

Thyme for horsing around in Maryland?

  In a recent post, I mentioned that, one month out from the start of Summer, we had experienced the coldest early-November conditions in decades. So, we cooked indoors, day after miserable day. But there was a silver lining to … Continue reading

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Summertime, and the grilling is easy: verses 1 to 3

When Australians travel overseas, it is not uncommon for them to be asked to describe Australian cuisine. After all, the typical foods of most other countries are pretty well known; and businesses preparing these dishes can be found in most … Continue reading

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Summer time, and the grilling is easy: verses 4 and 5

In a recent post, I provided recipes for three methods Maggie and I have added to the repertoire for char-grilling on our Weber Q. Here are two more: one for boneless pieces of lamb leg; the other for thin pieces … Continue reading

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