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    Bastardo Buritto (TM).

    Korean mince, Piri Piri chicken, firecracker rice, homemade beans, sour cream and chive, fresh mashed avacado, grated cheddar, tortilla etc.

    Too much really bit so good couldn't stop eating it.

    Bastardo indeed

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    Burger



    With nicely scorched buns

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    Chicken dinner

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    Trying tapatalk... raining... dark... ok, still bbq! Sea bass with king prawn skewers - lots of garlic - heaven help the people I am meeting tomorrow!
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    Tonight's scan.... Charcoal BBQ'd Gloucestershire Old-Spot pork chop, marinated in fresh lemon, garlic and rosemary, with croquette potatoes and assorted vegetables:





    Slipped down rather nicely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    Trying tapatalk... raining... dark... ok, still bbq! Sea bass with king prawn skewers - lots of garlic - heaven help the people I am meeting tomorrow!
    Oh Sea Bass... one of my favourite fish... I happen to like Mackerel even better but it gets a bad rap for some reason... however you have to catch your own Makkies so they are really fresh.. nice on the bbq...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninanina View Post
    Oh Sea Bass... one of my favourite fish... I happen to like Mackerel even better but it gets a bad rap for some reason... however you have to catch your own Makkies so they are really fresh.. nice on the bbq...
    I will never forget catching loads of mackerel in the Outer Hebrides and eating them within 30 minutes. Just fried it in a tent. Unbelievable.

    The sad thing about mackerel is it deteriorates extremely rapidly.

    Nice smoked I think.
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