Author: Holly Doherty

Barbechoo’s Beef Koftas with Homemade Flatbreads

Barbechoo’s Beef Koftas with Homemade Flatbreads

BBQ Brave is all about being bold and taking your fire cooking to new levels, and this really made me sit down and think about how my own BBQ has progressed over the years. I started with the usual burgers, steaks and kebabs and then 

How to Perfectly Preserve Meat Using Your Freezer

How to Perfectly Preserve Meat Using Your Freezer

We are all trying to limit the amount that we go to the shops these days, so it’s useful to know how we can make our food last longer. Freezing is a great way to do this; there are however some key rules that we 

Smoked Traeger Pulled Pork

Smoked Traeger Pulled Pork

Achieving smoky, melt in the mouth pulled pork couldn’t be easier with a Traeger Grill and Smoke Wireless BBQ Thermometer. The Traeger will deliver an even, consistent pit temperature while the Smoke will keep you updated on the meat temperature throughout the cook. Using apple 

An Introduction to Wood Pellet Grills with Traeger

An Introduction to Wood Pellet Grills with Traeger

At Thermapen we believe in achieving consistently perfect results using smart cooking. One brand who shares these values is Traeger Grills. The original inventors of the pellet grill, they have been perfecting the art of wood-fired cooking for over 30 years. A high quality grill 

Top 5 Thermometers for Succulent BBQ Food

Top 5 Thermometers for Succulent BBQ Food

Ask any BBQ chef what their top tips for cooking incredible food is and they will be sure to tell you to cook to temperature over time.  An instant read thermometer is essential for everything from spatchcock chickens and racks of ribs to low and 

Herb Crusted Pork Medallions with Cauliflower & Tahini Salad

Herb Crusted Pork Medallions with Cauliflower & Tahini Salad

Pork loin is a lean cut of meat, which means that if you’re not careful it can end up dry. Cooking it to temperature will ensure it stays nice and tender. In this recipe the medallions are pan fried in oil and fresh herbs, then 

The Smokin’ Elk’s Ultimate Guide to BBQ Wings

The Smokin’ Elk’s Ultimate Guide to BBQ Wings

Whether you are just starting to get to grips with your BBQ or you’re a seasoned pro, there’s no denying that wings are always a real crowd pleaser. Elky has put together his ultimate guide to cooking wings — including how best to set up 

Kenny Tutt’s Cod Mornay with Buttered Leeks

Kenny Tutt’s Cod Mornay with Buttered Leeks

Believe it or not I still have fond memories of the perfect rectangle of cod served in a plastic bag with a creamy sauce popular throughout the 80s and 90s. It’s one of those nostalgic things I guess, however this recipe really isn’t that. Perfect, 

Baked Hake, Lemon Caper Dressing & Fennel Potato Gratin

Baked Hake, Lemon Caper Dressing & Fennel Potato Gratin

Fresh, lemony fish meets rich, creamy potatoes and fennel in this simple recipe. Baked with plenty of oil and lemon, removing the fish from the oven at 60°C will ensure it stays beautifully soft and juicy.   Ingredients 4 hake fillets, skin on (approximately 150g 

Richard Holden’s Classic Tiramisu

Richard Holden’s Classic Tiramisu

Coffee, cream and booze makes a good tiramisu the triple threat of desserts. Italian food is the most romantic cuisine, and this dessert is ideal for coffee-loving couples on Valentine’s Day. When heating eggs to make creams, meringues and custard, it’s important to use temperature