Piri Piri Chicken is a popular, Portuguese dish of butterflied, barbecued chicken. What distinguishes Piri Piri Chicken from other grilled chickens is the unique glaze it receives before going on the grill.
Piri piri is the common name for it in Portugal. However, internationally it is much more commonly known as peri peri chicken. Piri piri is believed to have derived from the SwahiliPilipiliwhich means pepper.
I was able to learn first hand from dad Jorge how simple cooking octopus can be. The finished BBQ charred dish is so tasty with that bit of char crunch on the octopus and chimichurri flavor!! It’s so worth trying out. Kids love it and tons of protein as well. Try something new!
Simple BBQ Fish Tacos with Pineapple Salsa and Homemade Aioli!! Made the pineapple sweet onion tomato salsa with a little fresh Thai basil. Plus I did a little tangy aioli with a kick. Dang, that’s crazy good!!! I used fresh mahi from @southmauifishcompany but you can use any fresh or fresh-frozen white fish.
Beef Wellington is the ultimate gourmet meal perfect for any holiday or special occasion. Beef tenderloin, mushrooms, and Parma ham encased in crisp, golden, puff pastry. This showstopper is well worth the effort!
This Teriyaki Tri Tip has been a family favorite since the first time I made it! The flavor is awesome and this recipe gives you the option of cooking in the oven or on the grill, so it’s great for any time of year.
Beer can chicken might be my favorite way to smoke or grill chicken; it’s a foolproof way to end up with the moistest, most succulent chicken you’ve ever tasted! For this recipe, I used a generous amount of Meat Church’s Holy Voodoo Rub, with its Cajun flavors and a kick of jalapeño…Hallelujah! This is good stuff!