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Aug 03, 2004

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Niki

The recipe sounds wonderful - Tasmanian leatherwood honey is spectacular! And it's perfect casual Australian food.
Just one question, though. The recipe title has tamari in it, but there isn't any mention in the ingredients. Is it just an oversight?

johanna

Niki, I am glad you like it! You're right, it is a good recipe for you bbq-mad ozzies!!! Tamari is the type of soy sauce I used, thanks for spotting it, I will amend the entry accordingly!

Jeanne

Sounds great for BBQ-mad South Africans too! Where do you get your meat in London? We have in the past bought fillets from Smithfields but for a non-morning person like me, their opening hours are somewhat of a trial!!

johanna

I actually found this particular one at a tesco and did not expect much of it - they've got well-hung beef fillet and not many people seem to buy it there (as quite pricey), and as I needed a full pack of 700 odd grams, it was still vacuum packed with all the goodness in... i was very pleasantly surprised.
I usually buy from a local butcher in richmond who is quite good and will cut meat to order (when I need specific (Austrian) cuts which are not common in England...

Jeanne

Thanks for the tip - will go an explore our local Tesco more carefully... I know their fresh fish counter is great.

wagner gusti

Liebe Johanna!
Das Rezept mit BBQ Bonzanza III-Beef filet hat wunderbar gemundet,wir schwärmen heute noch davon.Ihr habt uns mit Köstlichkeiten verwöhnt, wir denken gerne an die Zeit bei euch in London zurück.
Liebe Grüße
Gusti und Heinz

Armchair Fiduciary

Any BBQ is better with grassfed organic beef. Usually, you have to know a good farmer to get this, but I know the guys who run www.sunprairiebeef.com. They are awesome and can now airship their product anywhere in the U.S. I'm not sure who can hook you up with grassfed beef in other countries.

johanna

i like to buy wild beef reared in devon - they never, ever go to a stable, they're out on the grassland all year round... and the beef is fantastic. it tastes world apart from what youcan get even at a good butchers. there's a lady selling it at the borough market under the railway arches, not too far from the fish! take-away, if anyone living in london is interested!

BBGrill Covers

this sounds like a great recipe! thanks. I'm a huge fan of tamari!

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