Two Jacs, Bloody Mary oysters, prawns wrapped in bacon, a hickory-smoked chook with eight legs and Juji's BBQ pork ribs. That's Meat Fest Friday! Oh, and homemade Coca-Cola brownies and ice cream!
We were back at Point Walter this weekend for a bacon and egg roll brunch, a belated birthday celebration for Jac’s brother Brad. Jac trimmed the rind off the bacon but left a nice strip of fat on each rasher and Brad cooked it on his trusty yellow portable gas stove. While the bacon sizzled, […]
I hope you’ve had a merry Christmas and happy holidays! This year, we got together with Jac’s family the weekend before Christmas with a barbecue lunch at Point Walter, on the Swan River in Bicton. We set up in a shady spot next to the water so Jac and the boys wouldn’t have far to […]
Named after a famous neighbourhood in Rio de Janeiro, Lapa restaurant in Subiaco is a churrascaria, a Brazilian steakhouse. Here, carnivores can indulge in an all-you-can-eat celebration of meat with the rodizio Endless Feast (AU$49 per person), an epic dining experience which features sixteen cuts of meat presented and carved at your table by rath…
Porteño has brought Argentinean barbecue to Sydney in spectacular style. It’s all about meat, fire and flavour. If you don’t come hungry, you may cry in regret. Porteño, Surry Hills, Sydney Porteño only takes bookings for groups of five or more to a maximum of 12 people for two seatings each night, 6pm to 8.30pm […]
Happy new year, everyone! (I know it’s not quite 2010 for all of you yet though!) A few weeks ago, Jac fired up the barbecue and cooked chicken sausages, onions and potatoes on it. She sliced and parboiled the potatoes before putting them on the barbie. We both love barbecued onions, and Jac cooked up […]
Lunch – barbecue chicken and coleslaw from the supermarket. The chicken with salty skin, meat falling off the bones, finger-sucking good. Dinner – Indomie mi goreng, the original flavour. We had some chicken left over from lunch. I took the meat off the bones, zapped it in the microwave, then served it with the noodles […]