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How do Five Guys make their burgers?

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How to make a five guys burger?

How does Five Guys make & cook their burgers? Five Guys has one of the best tasting burgers out there, not only in its country of origin (which is in the US), but they are also well-known all over the world. So to help you with making one of these fine burgers at home, we…

Portsmouth Catering in Winter

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England is not famous for its great weather. Portsmouth seems to have a more acceptable climate than the rest of the country. It’s got its location to thank for the climate. Portsmouth is well protected from the winds from the north and sees more sunshine during the year. Summer and winter temperatures range between an…

BBQ Catering @ Love Southsea Market

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Another weekend of the fantastic BBQ Catering at the  Love Southsea Market on Palmerston Road, Portsmouth, Again what a great day we had and the sun was out in force, We had the great pleasure of having the musician for most of the day as well as a great bunch of traders that made the…

Hampshire Event Catering on Palmerston Road

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Our first event of 2016 Hampshire Event Catering in Palmerston Road, Southsea on 6th March (Mother’s Day) this was a good chance for us to check out our new setup and our new grill as well as experiment with Tiger Buns which we have been thinking about moving too for a while now. Hampshire Event Catering…

BBQ Catering in Portsmouth 2016

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January is a funny month in the catering industry and although the markets are still trading we like to take some time off, Usually we like to get away on holiday however this year having our baby boy George on 21st December we have decided to take some time off.. BBQ Wedding Catering is getting…

Broiled Fish Steaks with Garlic Lemon Sauce

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Fish is naturally low in fat, and most of my favourite fish recipes have the added virtue of being quick and easy to prepare as well. This one is no exception. Broiled Fish Steaks with Garlic Lemon Sauce 11/2 to 2 lbs (750 g-1 Kg) fish steaks (any fish) Salt and freshly ground pepper to…

Chicken with Browned Garlic Sauce

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  French chefs have a fetish about not browning garlic, but those of us who have ignored this mandate, whether intentionally or by accident, know that browned garlic takes on a lovely, slightly bitter quality that is quite appealing. Chicken with Browned Garlic Sauce 1/4 cup (60 ml) extra-virgin olive oil 15 cloves garlic, peeled…

Mexican Puebla-Style Pork Loin

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The turkey was the only animal domesticated by the natives of Central America, with cows, sheep, goats, chickens, and pigs all being introduced by the Spanish. The original inhabitants did, however, hunt a type of wild boar, and pork remains the favorite meat of modern Mexicans. This dish originated in the city of Puebla in…

The History of the BBQ

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The word Barbecue (BBQ for short) comes from the West Indies word, “barbacoa”, which means to slow cook meat over hot coals. Barbecue has been around since before the Civil War, but BBQ is different than grilling burgers and hot dogs on a gas grill. Cooking With Wood Real, true barbecue is an all-day event…