Had a quick BBQ /Braai on Friday . I am still in the process of putting my roof up for the outdoor Kitchen that will be ready for when the classes start in April . I have decided to choose April for the first class as there is normally still too much of a chill around Paddys day and that’s why I ruled out March . So this is most likely the first announcement or guide of dates to follow. I just have to finalize the calender this week and will then post proper dates for the season . So please check back for future dates in Upcoming Events
SO Fridays BBQ /Braai was decided with a storm brewing in the horizon. But luckily we finished just in time before the rain came . And had a brilliant time as I was racing against nature. The beauty of when you using a Kettle style BBQ / Braai on days like this or in Ireland is that if it does start raining at least you have the lid of the kettle to keep food and coals dry . Obviously it also keeps the heat in . SO all you need if you dont have a roof then a good rain jacket and you will still have loads of fun if especially you also have good company .
Was lovely Peri Peri chicken, marinade that I made myself, Boerewors and lamb Chops . We had lovely South African Pap and homemade tomato relish to accompany it. Pap is made from Maize ( Corn on the cob flour) It can almost be described as Polenta or CousCous. Pap is Afrikaans for porridge but its a little bit firmer when you have it with a BBQ and can be eaten by hand if you prefer and also depends on how the person made it . Please see youtube clip also below thank you .