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Thursday, 09 September 2010

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Chris

charcoal really brings out the flavor in my opinion.... no offence to "clean burning gas" fans

Kirk have you ever tried Chermoule sauce? I use it like you did the chimichurri and it goes great with fish, too

kat

it might not look pretty but it does look delicious!

Kirk

Hi Chris - And beyond that, I prefer hardwood charcoal to briquettes. I've had food prepared with Chermoula sauce at various Moroccan restaurants, but have never tried to make it myself.

Hi Kat - I was surprised that it worked so well as a sandwcih spread.

Carol

The sauce sounds great, especially on grilled veggie sandwich.

AZ

I got to ask, why doesn't the Mrs. eat chicken? I'm all about garlic and cilantro, this is a sauce that I might enjoy, I'm not sure about using it as a marinade, but it sounds like a great salad dressing or dipping sauce. I’ve got to grill more vegetables, I usually do zucchini, onions, and asparagus, but never thought about eggplant.

Kirk

Hi CArol - Yes, it really worked well on bread.

Hi AZ - The Missus stopped eating chicken and turkey after seeing a commercial on television. I mention it at the end of this post:

http://mmm-yoso.typepad.com/mmmyoso/2010/03/playing-chicken-a-bunch-of-chicken-posts-saffron-nazca-grill-mercado-2000-casa-de-pepe-sab-e-lee-2-a.html

Lynnea

that sauce sounds delicious but I have to say it's really a lovely shade of green.

Kirk

Hi Lynnea - The Missus enjoys this best cut with a little lime used as a sandwich spread.

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