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#442

(For the Vegos, either of these dishes would be easy with a meat substitute)

so, this is how Colombians bbq, definitely would be banned at Bunnings.
Starts with a brioche hot dog roll, nothing to fancy for the meat, just a little smoky pork sausage. Topped with lightly cooked onions, topped with mayo, mustard, tomato sauce. And then…the mystery topping…crushed potato chips!!! Amazing!

https://i.imgur.com/Ef6yVh9_d.jpg?maxwidth=640&shape=thumb&fidelity=medium

So this was ‘finger food’ and it was awesome, basically 3 types of sausage/hotdog/chorizo. Chopped with potatoes that were already boiled in Coke! Grilled with some basic herbs and spices. Had a great little chipotle mayo dipping sauce too. Simple, tasty, went well with beer.

https://i.imgur.com/obEAMmg_d.jpg?maxwidth=640&shape=thumb&fidelity=medium


#443

I whipped up this vego feast tonight. It was a little flavourless but good on the calorie side of things.


#444

I hope you waited for it to cool down before eating it :stuck_out_tongue:


#445

But, … I like Flavour, … :no_mouth:


#446

■■■ is that activated charcoal!


#447

Getting this thread back on topic…

Todays effort:

There was salad but didn’t wanna ruin the photo lol

Next time you’re in Cairns @JohnRain :sunglasses:


#448

Looks great.

Burnt ends has me stumped though. Isn’t it from the Point? Which is the better part of the brisket?


#449

Define ‘better’.

The flat is leaner, but the point has more intramuscular fat which keeps the meat moist and tasty.

Both are pretty damn good.


#450

adjective

more desirable,