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Monday, 04 July 2011



Just awesome!


Thanks Nate!


Oh my that looks delicious! I'll have to try this next time I get some lamb chops. I've been wanting to try to grill bok choy but haven't done it yet. I saw a recipe for grill bok choy where they are grilled with the leaf part wrapped in foil and then removed for the final couple of minutes of grilling.

Food detective

You think I can try it on beef or pork too? Did you get te regular size bok choy or baby?


that looks wonderful!


those little chops look so yummy and perfectly grilled. yum!


Hi Carol - I didn't want to work too hard, so I just grilled them. I'm thinking placement on a two level grill will control the burn better.

Hi TFD - Baby Bok Choy. I'm sure pork will work fine.... you'll need to up the flavor a bit since most pork is pretty bland nowadays.

Hi Kat - It was fun.

Hi Lynnea - I was really worried about charring it a bit too much, but they came out pretty well.

Emmit Plung

Tried char siu chicken last weekend and it was a hit! Actually, I made it twice - the first time the grill was a bit too warm. With all of that sugar in the marinade it burns really easily. Love the recipes. Keep it up.


Hi Emmit - I'm glad the chicken turned out well! Thanks for letting me know, I always like hear how things turn out for folks.

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