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Old 09-18-2018, 05:24 PM   #16
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Looks mighty fine, Shadow! Thanks for the recipe too!
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Old 09-19-2018, 01:46 PM   #17
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Even if you can't find a Nando's (Website Link), you can at least get their sauce online (heck, I even found it in a Harris Teeter in Suffolk, VA last month)!



I'm hooked on good hummus with some of their peri-peri sauce drizzled over top, served with warm bread. If you like a little kick, it's devine (and the sharp sauce nicely contrasts the savoury hummus).


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Old 09-19-2018, 05:29 PM   #18
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Outstanding job Marc, all looks delicious.
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Old 09-19-2018, 06:35 PM   #19
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That's money, Marc!
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Hi.

I've been lurking on this site for a while, trying to take in some of the knowledge. I end up smoking something once or twice a week.

I have to say that Berbere is my favorite addition to a rub. I use it on chicken and pork butts and anything that needs a kick. It is hard to say how much to use because I have bought it from different Ethiopian markets and the mix is different. Regardless, it make for a complex and spicy mix that simple chili and paprika don't match. Mix it to taste and enjoy.

Got 2 butts on now with Berbere with garlic powder, salt, mustard, brown sugar. It is always successful.

Can't agree more with the plug for a great blend.

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Old 05-15-2019, 09:22 AM   #21
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Ate at Nando's all the time in South Africa. Miss it big time. There are quite a few of them in the States in DC, Maryland, and Illinois for those that are lucky enough to live in these areas.

Chicken looks delicious.
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Got 2 butts on now with Berbere with garlic powder, salt, mustard, brown sugar. It is always successful.
Butts with Berbere!? Hrmph! That sounds really tasty. I may need to follow suit.
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Wow, Marc!

Those are some seriously great looking wings. I think you just upped the ante here on wings.

Spice mix is copied and saved!
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Talent run amok. Pace yourself brother
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Nando's is everywhere here in Aussie Land. It's been very successful here because Aussies quite like a bit of hot food and we like it grilled and healthy too.

The Peri Peri is of a Portugese influence that eventually found it's way to Seth Effrika and of course, the Portugese got it from the America's along with the Spanish.

It's amazing how countries the world over have traditional chili based recipes that are crucial to their cuisine identity but it all came from the America's.

Food must have been crap before that!

Thanks for sharing that recipe and the pics. Will try that for sure!

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Pace yourself brother

I'll try. This was from last September.
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Never hears of beber spice, but we always buy this Wegmans humus variety pack that includes a peri peri humus. It has a tiny bit of heat but nothing that stands out as flavorful. Its kinda bland.
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Never hears of beber spice, but we always buy this Wegmans humus variety pack that includes a peri peri humus. It has a tiny bit of heat but nothing that stands out as flavorful. Its kinda bland.
Sounds like you need to pick up some Nando's for your hummus.

It'll knock your socks off (with flavor... not necessarily heat).
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Sounds like you need to pick up some Nando's for your hummus.

It'll knock your socks off (with flavor... not necessarily heat).
Never heard of that brand. I usually do a double dip of the peri peri and the garlic. Thats bursting with flavor.
This is the stuff im talking about.


BTW, what is High Plains? I thought it it had something to do with a smoker/cooker, but it looks like you are using a Weber, so now i am just confused.
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BTW, what is High Plains? I thought it it had something to do with a smoker/cooker, but it looks like you are using a Weber, so now i am just confused.
The High Plains - I live on 'em!

Compare those "Major Towns and Cities" listed in the article above to my information and you'll have the scoop.

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