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Thursday, 29 January 2015



sounds good! especially grilled:)


Nice pre-Superbowl post. Thanks!


It is lovely grilled, Kat!

Hey Jan - Yeah, you're right.....sheesh, didn't even think of that.


wow! that looks like a very sweet sauce =) since matthew and i aren't eating much meat, these days, i'll ask if you use the marinade on that mushroom? or does this sauce really only go with chicken?


Hi Lynnea - You can address the sweetness by swapping and combining items. As for the mushroom, here's what I did. First I used a skewer to prick 7-8 holes in the gill side of the mushroom, which I then brushed with EVOO. I then seasoned with salt and pepper. I placed gill side down on the hot side of the grill until softened a bit. I then turned over, placing the cap side on the direct heat. I then brushed some sauce on the gill side. Flipping over, I did the same to the cap side. To finish, I moved to the indirect side of the grill and poured a couple of teaspoons of sauce into the gill side of the mushroom and let slowly cook to finish.


that's the key! pricking holes to help the mushroom absorb more sauce. that's a great idea! thank you =)


Oh boy... looks like Yakyudori was robbed a couple of weeks ago...


I hope you enjoy it Lynnea!

Hi R - Yeah, that was all over the news...even film of the guy who got pistol whipped getting treatment.

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