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Lydia

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Lydia last won the day on July 26

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About Lydia

  • Birthday August 13

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    Female
  • Location:
    Melbourne Australia
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    I love cooking in all it’s forms – savoury, sweet, indoors and outdoors – it’s what I do to relax and seeing my loved ones enjoy dishes that I’ve prepared is one of my greatest pleasures in life!
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    Kamado Joe

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  1. looks great @kamadoplanet I've subscribed. Could you please let me know what kind of editing software you used?
  2. these look great! We did something similar when we were on a low carb diet earlier this year.
  3. looks amazing!! Definitely droolworthy @philpom
  4. I will have a look on the train on my commute home from work this evening.
  5. wow!! This looks truly amazing!!!! Super job!! Great shot of the flambe too!
  6. it's very obvious that it's your passion and you do such a great job with it @skreef
  7. genius idea and gosh that looks so delicious! LOL... I love the "woops, I forgot to take the picture" ha haaaa!
  8. that is a very beautiful and delicious looking pie @skreef
  9. Looks delicious @MD_Ag and great idea to use the extras in savory.
  10. Oh wow! I feel very lucky that I found a place 30 mins from my place that had 3 in stock, so I didn’t have to go on a wait list! I did buy a 2kg bag of the binchontan but didn’t use it on my test run last night. All in all, it went well with the veggie skewers on my iron bark charcoal last night but am very excited about doing the meats over the binchontan next week! Yay! I’m blessed that my husband is very supportive of my cooking purchases the only annoying thing is that he occasionally bangs on trying to encourage me to start a cooking blog. Lol I will definitely check out the books you suggested. Thank you @gotzero
  11. Wow! That is an amazing video! That’s next level!! Thanks for sharing @ckreef
  12. I got the medium one... fairly expensive here in Australia but knowing what I now know about the benefits of the ceramics in the Kamado, there was no way I was going to get a cheaper cast iron one. I'm having a dozen friends over for my birthday next week and the starter course is going to be skewers with satay sauce, so today am going to try out a marinated vegetable and tofu recipe I found on the internet to cater for a few friends who are vegetarian. Next week though, I'll do the vego ones on the Kamado and the pork and the chicken ones on the konro. I'm very grateful to @gotzero for the inspiration and the excellent photography showing the skewering technique using the two longer and skinny bamboo skewers directly over the coals because I can see that they would be easier to turn, and also has the benefit of not having to clean the grates afterwards. yay!! Another time, for a smaller group, I will definitely be doing this cook, as detailed by @gotzero .... I've done a bit of browsing on the internet and can't wait to make a Tare.
  13. This was such an awesome looking cook @gotzero that we landed back in Melbourne at 6am this morning and I went out and bought one of these beauties today! I can’t wait to have a go on it tomorrow!
  14. An outdoor kitchen.... that would be amazing!!
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