Fire Food

Blog URL:http://firefoodie.blogspot.com
Blog Tags:cooking, camping, open fires, spit roast, barbeque
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:Oxfordshire
Location:Witney

Techniques and recipes for cooking with fire



Latest Blog Posts



A fairly dramatic lifestyle change has taken place, we have moved, after 15 years, and into what began as a 400 year old rural cottage in Oxfordshire. Call us brave, but then we knew what we were getting ourselves into. The house will be worked on et...

WILL THESE BATTERIES EVER DIE?Now this isn't the first time I've used my rotisserie since I reported over 3 years ago that the original batteries had delivered 13 meals with 45 hours of motor use. The damn things are STILL going. I've lost count, all...

2015 New Year Chilli

on Jan 2, 2015

2014 was a poor year for this little blog.. not a single post. Shame on you firefoodie. Bizarrely however, the sites visitor numbers remain on the up and up thanks to lots of interest from readers Oz and the US. Strange really, as this content is all...

Little Jars of Chilli

on Dec 16, 2013

It's that time of the year again. Batches 8 and 9 emerged from the kitchen in October and a few lucky people will find some in their post before Christmas. If you are one of them, this is for you. So, how to get the most out of your chilli:1. Storage...

Imaging my delight. Not only was it one of those evenings when preparing a family meal would be a time pressured challenge, it was also the evening that the wood fired pizza van was stationed outside our local shop. We'd had several days of snow and...

2012 Christmas Chilli

on Dec 9, 2012

There is nothing so satisfying as spending ages contemplating, growing, procuring and preserving chillies. It kind of perpetuates their freshness and individual flavours, far beyond the usual shelf life of freshly picked produce.I'm going to keep thi...

A twist on the French classic dish, and cooked over an open fire. Perfect.We had planned a Friday evening dinner party, so we needed something that could be prepared and cooked the night before. Our brazier had been extremely neglected for far too lo...