Galbi ribs, also called Kalbi, is one of the most important grilled recipes of Korean cuisine. This ancient and traditional dish is very easy to prepare and so delicious! Beef ribs are marinated in a, fruit, vegetable and soy mixture, then quickly grilled: so good!
Shish Tawook are the popular chicken skewers typical into several cuisines of the Turkic and Levantine area. The meat is diced, then marinated into yogurt and spices, and baked or grilled: delicious!
Italian peperonata recipe is very popular and prepared with some little differences in almost all the Italian regions. Bell peppers are slowly pan fried along with onion and diced tomatoes. Peperonata is delicious served over toasted bread slices ore aside grilled meats. It’s flavor recalls me the Italian summer, where it is usual prepare this tasty dish in advance and bring it at grill parties in the countryside!
This Grilled Sea bass recipe perfectly combines my Italian flair with the flavors of Latin America. Italians love to marinate protein with wine and Chilean sea bass is great with this tasty technique. The wine breaks down the tissue allowing the assimilation of the flavors. Lime juice and mixed herbs enhance the taste of the fish. I paired sea bass with crunchy green beans, previously marinated with Kosher salt and garlic, then quickly grilled. This easy recipe is great for your barbecue party! It needs to be marinate only a few hours, which makes it possible to prepare both fish and green beans in advance at home, or directly into a cooler bag.
This asparagus dip is very simple, incredible fast to make and soo good! I love combine the intense taste of asparagus with the sourly flavor of Dijon mustard. Served with chips or nachos this dip is great for a party, but it’s perfect also aside grilled meats!
Born and raised in New York, Chef Michael Ledwith began his culinary training in some of the best restaurants of the Big Apple. His next career adventure took him to the Caribbean where he learned to respect and beautifully cook seafood. Upon returning to the States, he created a name for himself in Central Florida, but longed for island life full of fresh fish.
Surrounded in the ocean Caribbean, Caye Caulker is a place where time runs slowly and the asphalt has not yet come. “Go slow” suggest the local people when you arrive to the island: the racket of mass tourism has stopped in San Pedro while luxury lovers prefer the resorts in the South of Belize. The nearby reef, the second largest in the world, is an irresistible attraction for divers, while the neighboring atolls offer white beaches and mangrove forests to explore. But, Caye Caulker is not just sea and sand; the influence of nearby Mexico and the Creole culture is felt deeply in the Belizean food and on this small island it is possible taste great dishes, simple, but well prepared. So between a boat trip sailing and a dive at the reef, you can relax with a cocktail at the Split savoring tasty grilled fish, burritos and excellent examples of Creole cuisine.