Grilled Peppers

Yet another simple recipe, throwing more vegetables on the charcoal. Start with some bell peppers. A small selection of peppers… even if they’re basically the same thing. Red, yellow, and orange peppers are more or less interchangeable, beyond the color, and they’re all the ripe version of green peppers. I …

Charred Onion

Another simple recipe/technique. This one caramelizes onion, without all the messy sauteing and whatnot. Today, I’m preparing this to go on a rib roast I’m also barbecuing. Take one whole onion, skin on. Or more than one onion, but I’m only using one today. Put the onion(s) directly into the …

Reverse Sear Technique

The reverse sear technique is pretty straightforward. You cook the meat slowly, at a lower temperature, until it approaches the target temperature, perhaps within about 10 degrees Fahrenheit. The slow cook causes the heat to penetrate slowly, without overcooking the outside layers. After that, you quickly cook the outside at …

About Sourdough Starter

Sourdough starter is pretty easy to make. Mix flour and water, wait, then add some more flour and water, then (wait, remove half, add more flour and water) repeatedly until it’s good. Starter Recipe The recipe always involves adding equal parts (by weight) of water and flour, but you do …