Smokin’ hot tips for getting the best out of your barbecue

Don’t be put off by complicated equipment and instructions, barbecues can offer a simple and delicious way to cook – and once you start, you’ll never look back

24th April, 2021
Nick Reynolds, owner of Lil Portie restaurant, can also be found in residence at Baste BBQ at Clanbrassil Street in Dublin 8

Over the past few years, the barbecue has become massively popular in Ireland, with restaurants and food trucks popping up all over the country to offer low’n’slow ribs, smoked brisket and other delicious bites synonymous with this smoky method of cooking.

For many home cooks, a proper barbecue can seem somewhat overwhelming, surrounded by complicated instructions on everything from equipment right down to the type of ingredients and charcoal you use.


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