Friday June 5, 2020

A new flame: bring the best out of your barbecue

One of Ireland’s top chefs offers his tasty tips and solutions for making your barbecue go with a bang

3rd May, 2020
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Josef Cervenka, head chef at Asador and Prado restaurants in Dublin

For most of us, the first barbecue of the year involves lighting up or switching on our grill, getting it to a searing hot temperature, plonking everything onto it in one go, and then hoping for the best.

But by following a few simple steps, you can really improve the quality of your barbecue food. Here are some of the tips and tricks I‘ve learned during my years as a chef about how to raise...

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