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PostPosted: Tue May 17, 2005 3:56 pm 
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With the weather becoming so nice I've been taking advantage of using my grill. I don't know what it is about grilling that makes cooking so enjoyable, but it's a lot of fun for me. For those of you who like to do the same, what are some of your favorite grilling recipes?


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I guess you mean barbeque? That's what we call 'em in Blighty, anyhoos.
I'm a bit of a traditionalist (read; boring) when it comes to the ol' flaming whatsits: burgers & sausages.
However I do like variations of these, e.g; ostrich instead of beef (seriously, it's FANTASTIC!) and, say, venison sausages or tomato sausages, or some herby recipe. I usually make my own burgers, 'cause frankly the ones you get ready made are 90% rusk or whatever.
Unfortunately in my neck of the woods, there are precious few days which are suitable for outdoor cooking (Scotland is famed for it's rain, after all), so I'm better at the indoor kind. I do a mean lasagne! :D

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PostPosted: Thu May 19, 2005 1:54 pm 
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Hi aphid_greenem

aphid_greene wrote:
[snip] I usually make my own burgers, 'cause frankly the ones you get ready made are 90% rusk or whatever.


Rusk is a rare word over here. It means a sweet biscuit or bread, often soft. Do you mean it that way?

Culinarily curious,

David J


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PostPosted: Thu May 19, 2005 1:59 pm 
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Where's 'here'? The US, I presume?
Yeah, it means the same in Britain, a sort of biscuity thing. "Rusks" are actually special biccys for babies, but the stuff they're made if is also called rusk (think denim/jean). Rusks are yummy!

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