Barbecued Beef, Korean Style – Bulkogi / 벌크기

Fire and Meat Meet
Korean Barbecue is Quick

Soy Sauce

Soy Sauce

Korean barbecue is distinctive – compared to the long, slow, moist barbecues of other countries, Korean barbecue is quick.

The typical barbecue grill looks something like an inverted wok perforated with lots of small holes. Outside Korea, unless you do it a lot Continue reading

Anticuchos

Hawaiian Satay
The Taste of Steak, a Fraction of the Price

Using garlic to make Vietnamese soup with pork cabbage rolls

Garlic – a Key Ingredient

The same day my cousin Hank and I drove to Wauluku to see the Squid and Starfish and have the Hawaiian Picnic Vegetables, we also grilled some Beef Steak on skewers over the hot coals.

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Lamb Sate

A Simple Sate
Good for Rijsttafel

Using garlic to make Vietnamese soup with pork cabbage rolls

Garlic – a Key Ingredient

Lamb — or Mutton or Goal — are popular meats in Indonesia. Here is a simple recipe for a Lamb Sate, which makes enough for 12 substantial kebabs.

It could be served as part of a Rijsttafel buffet or as the main course of a simple meal, along with a Rice dish and maybe a vegetable or salad.

Cooking time is only about 10 minutes, and it will take about 15 or 20 minutes to assemble and prepare. The time for marinating is from 2 or 3 hours to overnight.

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Hawaiian Potted Pork Chops

Kamai’ina Picnic Favorite
Wrapped Meat

This is an Old Kamai’ina way of grilling Pork Chops or other Pork for a picnic and reflects the use of wrapping in old Hawaiian cuisine.

Hawaiian Potted Pork Chops

Ingredients:

Thick Pork Chops or slices of Pork Butt
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