Peruvian food is new to us. We have a few favorite places to eat around us but we have barely cooked Peruvian food. We recently got a cookbook that focuses on Peru and after reading about some different sauces and chiles we decided to mix BBQ with Peruvian. There are a few ingredients that may be hard to find if you don't live in area near Hispanic supermarkets! Recipe Here.
This take on a BLT has been on my mind for a long time. The idea of using a tomatillo came when we knew living in the north it would be hard to find green tomatoes. The tomatillos worked perfectly. The saltiness of the pancetta and sourness from the tomatillos made this our favorite BLT ever. Recipe Here.
Still obsessing over the deep fryer we decided to play with Edward Lee's Adobo Chicken and Waffle recipe and make it into something of our own. This is Hot Fennel Fried chicken with a Peruvian green sauce and pickled fennel to cool down your mouth. Want to try it at home? Be our guest! Recipe Here.
WHOLE HOG ROAST
This summer we roasted a whole hog for 10 and a half hours. The meat was falling off the bone by the time we were finished. We pulled the pork and put some special sauces on to make sandwiches. This was our biggest accomplishment yet!!
The idea for this recipe comes from our constant thoughts about food from New Orleans. We can't get that Cajun flavor out of our minds. The recipe is pretty simple - grilling kebabs, toasting buns and assembling. There will be many more versions of these kebab dogs to come! Recipe Here.
This pork shoulder was the third we have done. Since getting our Weber Mountain Smoker we have been taking BBQ to the next level. In the past our pork shoulder has been good not great. Our new toy makes it great. We smoked the shoulder for 9 hours and at the end it tore apart completely. It was beautiful. Recipe Here.