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As I write this it’s the middle of summer… and raining! That’s why the second the sun comes out, we’re all getting the barbecue out and marinating, grilling and cooking EVERYTHING outside! I guess that’s just part of the fun of living in the UK.
Of course, when the sun comes out and you’re in a rush before the next hailstorm, you might not have a barbecue to hand, but we’ve got that problem sorted.
In case you can’t find a barbie, or want to try your hand at making your own, check out Barry doing a bit of DIY in the garden. Yes, it’s not the most sturdy, and you could definitely do a better job than him, but he tried his best!
To give him credit, a wheelbarrow is ideal for all of your barbecue needs. It’s portable, pretty easy to make, there’s no need for any serious tools and if you happen to have two, just stick one over the top for a cheap outdoor oven!
We can’t say too much about Barry’s lack of DIY skills either, because he’s also spent a year building the ultimate trailer barbecue.
It may not be quite as easy as the wheelbarrow, but it has to be the best portable barbecue around, with a huge grill and room for a coolbox, wood or charcoal, herbs and um… flowers. If you’re looking for a project then give one of these a go!
Now, we all know how good grilled meat is – burgers, steaks, chicken and fish all taste so much better with that characteristic charcoal taste – but remember, it’s not just meat that’s amazing on the grill. You always need a salad in your spread, so why not make the most of the barbie and cook some more alternative dishes? By grilling peaches to go with blue cheese and pecans you can make your salads the main event. It. Is. Amazing.
There’s actually loads of fruit that can be barbecued. Watermelon tastes incredible when grilled, and is perfect with feta, mint and leaves. Another is pineapple with coriander or cinnamon. And next time you have the grill going, wrap up a banana in tin foil and bake it right in the coals!
If you’re really looking for a challenge then don’t even stick to barbecuing in summer – if you’ve got a lid then try doing your Christmas turkey on the barbie! We started out thinking it could be near impossible, but it actually tasted great (although possibly not enough to make us stand in the cold again!).
Seriously though, using a lid to make an oven and roasting meat is a great idea; just make sure you’ve got a good thermometer and plenty of charcoal handy, as you’ll need to keep the temperature up by regularly switching the coals out!That’s our alternative barbecue, but, what’s the most unusual thing that you’ve barbecued? Let us know in the comments!
7 Butterbeer Recipes To Enjoy This Fall
Harry Potter fans first read about Butterbeer in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Students took trips to Hogsmeade, where they tasted the sweet beverage at the Three Broomsticks. Harry believes it is “the most delicious thing he'd ever tasted” and describes how it “seemed to heat every bit of him from the inside.” So how does it really taste, and how can you make Butterbeer? I'm here to tell you.
Obviously, Potter fans were entranced by this beverage. If something is described as the most delicious thing someone has ever tasted, readers aren’t content to just accept that — they want to taste it for themselves. And though you can now purchase Butterbeer at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, it’s a foam-topped cream soda type beverage that doesn’t quite match the book description (though it is honestly pretty delicious).
Luckily, there are tons of Potter fans who are also fantastic chefs, and number one on the list of Harry Potter food and drinks to cook is Butterbeer. Forget pumpkin juice, fire whisky, and any of the various confections described at Hogwarts feasts (well maybe don't completely forget them, because there are so many opportunities to make great HP-inspired cocktails) — the truly great beverage in the Harry Potter universe will always be Butterbeer. It signified Harry’s rebellion and freedom when he escaped to Hogsmeade, the thrill of exploring the magical world, and the comfort of friendship. This is a truly magical beverage. Here are a few enchanting recipes that will warm you from the heart — and the stomach. The best part is that many of them use similar ingredients, so you have the perfect excuse to try them all.
1. Universal-Style Butterbeer
This is the classic recipe that tastes like the Butterbeer you'll find at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Find the full recipe from Bake Me Away.
2. Frozen Butterbeer
This one's also served in the parks, but the only difference is that you'll need a blender to mix the frozen concoction. Find the full recipe from No Biggie.
3. The Butterbeer Milkshake
- Vanilla Ice Cream
- Cream Soda
- Butterscotch Syrup
- Whipped Cream
- Butterscotch Chips
If you love the idea of frozen Butterbeer, but you want to go full milkshake, this is the recipe for you. It blends the butterscotch and cream soda flavors with actual ice cream, so you get full frozen perfection. Find the full recipe from The Disney Diner.
4. Vegan Butterbeer
Just sub out the butter and you have an alternative, vegan option for everyone's favorite wizard drink. Find the full recipe from I Eat Grass.
5. Boozy Butterbeer
- Butterscotch Schnapps
- Whipped Cream Flavored Vodka
- Cream Soda
- Marshmallow Fluff
Want to amp up your Butterbeer recipe? This boozy, sweet recipe is great for parties. Find the full recipe from Intoxicology, and find the enchanting Butterbeer bottle above from TheGloomyLight on Etsy.
6. Boozy Vegan Butterbeer
- Bottled Dark Beer
- Dairy-free Soy Margarine
- Dairy-free Vanilla Ice Cream
- Dairy-Free Vanilla Soy Milk
Butterbeer recipe, this one is sure to please. It gets extra points, because it uses actual beer as an ingredient. Find the full recipe from About Food, and pour your finished creation into the above mug by OhSoCraftyByJennie on Etsy.
What alternative to worcestershire sauce would you suggest?
I am desperate to try your idea for Texas Smoked Brisket, but I need to substitute the Worcestershire sauce with something else.
I have had a life-long hatred for it and can't be near it because the smell makes me wretch.
It's a good question. Not only is Worcestershire sauce in my Texas Smoked Brisket it's also a key ingredient in many of my homemade barbecue sauce recipes too.
There are two main reasons for wanting to avoid Worcestershire sauce and they are for those that have a gluten intolerance and others (like you) that simply don't like it.
To answer the last point first, if you don't like it, why have a substitute because you're probably not going to like that either? Just leave it out.
Worcestershire sauce contains vinegar brewed from barley and this is where coeliac or gluten intolerant people have a problem. Barley contains gluten.
To be fair, I've had a conversation with my local vinegar manufacturer about the relative concentration of gluten in malt vinegar (malt also contains gluten) and their analysis shows it to be at less than 30 parts per million ie. trace levels.
That said, my daughter has a gluten intolerance and I know that she reacts badly to Worcestershire sauce so we have to have a gluten free alternative.
Many alternative recipes start with soy sauce. which also contains gluten. You can get gluten free soy sauce but it's mega expensive and you can make an alternative to Worcestershire sauce without using soy sauce.
This is my favourite gluten free recipe to use as an alternative to Worcestershire sauce:
- 1 teaspoon red wine vinegar
- 1 teaspoon fish sauce
- 1 teaspoon tamarind paste
- A pinch of cloves
- A pinch of garlic powder
- A splash of chilli sauce
Just mix and shake. Replace Worcestershire sauce in any recipe measure for measure with this concoction and you won't go far wrong.
Other campfire cooking stands (that I’ve not tried yet)
Rotisserie Grill and SpitA rotisserie grill and spit should only be considered by the most committed (and patient) of meat lovers and serial Barbequers. However, if campfire cooking is your thing then this style of campfire cooking offers excellent versatility, enabling you to cook a huge array of meals, including a Sunday roast, should you wish! They usually pack flat for easy transportation.
Barbecue Swivel Grill
An alternative option to a regular grill is a barbecue swivel grill. These enable you to swing the grill off the heat when you need to serve up or tend to your food. Plus, the grill height can be easily altered to the size of your fire and fire pit. The nature of its design makes it best suited to grilling food directly over the flames rather than using cookware that may weigh too much for it to remain stable.
15 Homemade Muscle Rub Recipes for Sore Muscles
Whether you suffer from conditions such as RSI, have hurt your back doing the gardening, or just play a lot of sport – muscle aches and pains affect all of us at some point or another in life.
While some turn to over-the-counter drugs and creams for pain relief, others are taking advantage of natural ingredients to create a remedy that isn’t just effective, but safe too.
When creating your own muscle rub, it can be difficult to know exactly where to start, however. This is why we’ve rounded-up not just one, but 15 simple, yet powerful DIY muscle rubs using natural ingredients.
Many of these use common ingredients around the home, as well as essential oils that are widely available both locally and online.
1. HOMEMADE MAGNESIUM LOTION TO HELP RELIEVE PAIN IN MINUTES FROM THE HEARTY SOUL
This DIY lotion moisturizes your skin and soothes aching muscles at the same time. Its main ingredient is magnesium oil, which is one of the body’s most essential minerals.
It helps by promoting the healing and soothing of inflammation, among many other health benefits. This recipe uses other advantageous ingredients, including avocado oil, shea butter, and more.
2. DIY GINGER CAYENNE MUSCLE RUB FROM FREE PEOPLE
You don’t necessarily need to be sore to enjoy this ginger cayenne muscle rub. Nothing feels better than coming home after a run, taking a hot shower, and rubbing this on aching muscles and joints!
It contains coconut oil and shea butter for moisturization and nourishment, as well as other ingredients such as cayenne to soothe pain and ginger to reduce inflammation.
3. WHITE FLOWER OIL COPYCAT RECIPE FROM DEEP ROOTS AT HOME
White flower oil is a favorite of many therapeutic massage and traditional Chinese medical practitioners, and thankfully, this recipe aims to reproduce it at home!
White flower oil is created by combining a number of oils, such as Wintergreen essential oil, Eucalyptus essential oil, Peppermint essential oil, lavender, and more. Once you try this natural remedy, you won’t want to use any store-bought products again!
4. HOMEMADE MUSCLE RUB SALVE FROM SCRATCH MOMMY
This homemade muscle rub salve recipe uses warming herbs to ease muscle tension and relieve the pain associated with it.
It can even help reduce joint pain and inflammation – all done safely and effectively, of course. The following herbs and essential oils are used to create this all-natural remedy: ginger, comfrey, olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, beeswax, cypress, lavender, and rosemary.
5. DIY MUSCLE RUB AND RELAXANT FROM DR AXE
This homemade muscle rub penetrates deep into the muscles, bringing a soothing and relaxing sensation.
It takes just 30 minutes to make at home and uses a wide range of healing and helpful ingredients, including coconut oil, beeswax, cayenne pepper, ginger, peppermint essential oil, and lavender essential oil.
Simply combine, place in a glass jar, and voila – you’ve created your very own muscle rub!
6. POST WORKOUT RUB FROM GRASS FED GIRL
It takes just 5 minutes to prep this DIY post workout rub recipe, so it’s well-worth the effort.
Using just 1/2 tablespoon shea butter, 1/3 cup coconut oil or palm shortening, 5 teaspoons beeswax pastilles or grated beeswax, and 30 drops Panaway oil, this rub will instantly soothe tired, overworked muscles and have you feeling more relaxed in no time.
7. HOMEMADE MUSCLE RUB FOR SORE AND TIRED MUSCLES FROM FIT AS A MAMA BEAR
This DIY lotion works wonders on overused muscles and helps relieve unwanted tension. Plus, it adds a whole new element to your pampering routine to make you feel refreshed, rejuvenated, and relaxed.
It uses essential oils such as clove, deep blue, lavender, eucalyptus, and rosemary, as well as coconut oil and almond oil to boost its skin-nourishing properties.
8. DIY MUSCLE RUB THAT’S SAFE FOR KIDS & PREGNANT MAMAS FROM MOMMYPOTAMUS
Many DIY muscle rubs will warn that they’re not suitable for pregnant women or kids, only due to certain essential oils that they use.
This homemade muscle rub, however, is safe to use by everyone over the age of five, as it uses gentle and natural ingredients such as coconut oil, shea butter, beeswax, peppermint oil, copiaba essential oil, and juniper berry essential oil.
9. HOMEMADE WARMING RUB FOR SORE MUSCLES FROM MOMMYPOTAMUS
This homemade muscle rub creates a soothing, warming sensation, then transitions to a refreshing, cooling sensation. This makes it perfect for soothing tense muscles after an uncomfortable night’s sleep, or sore muscles after strenuous activity.
It uses key ingredients such as cayenne pepper, which stimulates circulation and increases blood flow to the affected area. Additional ingredients include essential oils such as peppermint, eucalyptus, wintergreen, copaiba and juniper berry extract.
10. DIY ACHY MUSCLE RUB FROM HELLO GLOW
This DIY muscle rub contains natural ingredients which have been proven to relieve sore and achy muscles, including almond oil, shea butter, coconut oil, beeswax, ground cayenne pepper, ground ginger, and camphor, peppermint, clove, and eucalyptus oils.
Each of the essential oils provides healing and anti-inflammatory relief, while shea butter adds extra moisturization and helps with absorption, as do the carrier oils.
11. DIY SORE MUSCLE RUB WITH ESSENTIAL OILS FROM ONE ESSENTIAL COMMUNITY
This homemade muscle rub has a number of advantages, including that it’s deep penetrating, works quickly, smells good, contains natural ingredients, is simple to make, is cooling and refreshing, AND provides effective, temporary relief of achy, sore, tense muscles.
If those aren’t enough reasons to try it for yourself, then we don’t know what else to say!
12. DIY HOT AND COLD SORE MUSCLE RUB FROM WHOLEFULLY
If your muscles are feeling a little tight post-workout, or you are otherwise dealing with some mild aches, this DIY Hot and Cold Sore Muscle Rub is here to help!
It’s basically only two steps: (1) infuse the oil with the medicinal herbs and (2) turn the oil into a balm by melting in beeswax. Plus, it uses natural and nourishing ingredients such as sweet almond oil, cayenne, beeswax, peppermint, lavender, eucalyptus, cinnamon, and clove.
13. DIY WARMING MUSCLE RUB WITH ESSENTIAL OILS FROM HELLO GLOW
This homemade muscle rub is surprisingly simple and so helpful when it comes to pain and inflammation.
It’s loaded with essential oils like camphor, peppermint and cinnamon to give it that warm-cool sensation that’s so good for muscles.
Plus, carriers such as olive oil and shea butter help it to spread easily, whilst nourishing the skin.
14. HOMEMADE SORE MUSCLE RUB FROM SASS EN MASSE
This homemade sore muscle rub is anything but complicated. It uses just three ingredients for the salve base (coconut oil, beeswax, and almond oil), followed by four essential oils: eucalyptus, lavender, black pepper, and peppermint, and vitamin E oil to preserve.
It takes just 25 minutes to prepare, then 15 minutes to cook, so you’ll have effective muscle relief in no time!
15. MAGNESIUM BODY BUTTER RUB FOR SORE MUSCLES FROM THE ARTISAN LIFE
Magnesium can help your muscles relax, and it may also help ease muscle soreness. This is why it’s a great ingredient to add to your DIY muscle rub, along with other helpful ingredients such as arrowroot powder, lavender, geranium, frankincense, coconut oil, beeswax, and shea butter.
This recipe makes approximately 2 cups of muscle rub, so you’ll be sorted for months!
Which Muscle Recipe Will You Try?
There you have it – 15 DIY muscle rubs using natural ingredients. We all suffer from sore and tired muscles, especially when we’re stressed, have been heavy-lifting, or after a particularly strenuous session at the gym.
Rather than suffer or reach for toxin-laden products, try making your very own muscle rub using ingredients such as essential oils, coconut oil, shea butter, and more.
Simply pick the recipe which tickles your fancy the most, then once you’ve run out, try another one from this list! Safe, effective, and natural pain relief starts here.
Which DIY muscle rub will you be trying? We’d love to hear from you in the comments section below!
Melanie Clarke is the founder of Whim Online Magazine, an online magazine based in Australia that has a strong focus on whimsical + dreamy photography, as well as art and fashion content.
Alternate Honey Barbecue Sauce With Riblets (Applebee's Copycat)
This is a recipe I originally found in the Recipe Link but it's also posted in various other cooking sites. I include this recipe here, because Honey Barbeque is one of my favorite sauces ever! Advice: Feel free to try the sauce with any piece of meat, other than riblets ( my personal favorite is chicken legs or chicken in general ) but avoid hard and chewy meat like beef (unless it's your thing). You need something soft, try pork. If you favor more spice than sweetness, cut down on the honey and increase the spice quantity for a sharp difference. Also, you can use 1 and 1/2 tablespoons of brown sugar, instead of molasses. By no means whatsoever, don't mix the sauce with the riblets in any stage of their cooking. Simply soak them in the sauce just before serving. Water and fat that meat excretes during baking will liquefy and spoil your sauce. You can cook them altogether in a deep frying pan though, just over low heat. Matches well with side dishes like french fries, coleslaw and very mild blue cheese or sour cream dip. Enjoy!
HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE BARBECUE SEASONING MIX
Making this seasoning mix is really easy. Just measure the ingredients into a bowl and stir. Mix right in an airtight container if you are going to use it at a later time.
This spice mix can be used for seasoning food before cooking or sprinkle it over cooked meats for a final touch. It can also be mixed with oil and vinegar or lemon juice to make a barbecue marinade.
If you are using the barbecue seasoning mix right away, fell free to substitute brown sugar for the maple sugar. I don’t recommend using brown sugar in a seasoning mix that you will store because of the amount of moisture from the coating of molasses on the sugar granules. You may end up with clumps.
HOW TO USE BARBECUE SEASONING MIX AS A MARINADE
Marinades generally consist of an oil, an acid and seasonings. So gather the ingredients you will need:
- Acid – to tenderize the meat like vinegars, lemon juice, orange juice or wine.
- Flavoring – use 1 tablespoon of seasoning mix per 1/2 cup marinade. Add even more flavor with a splash of soy sauce, fish sauce or a drizzle of honey.
- Oil – holds the marinade together, helps keep the seasonings in suspension and adds moisture to the meat.
- Salt – helps add flavor, leaves meat tender and juicy. **No additional salt is necessary if salt was added to seasoning mix.
WHAT SPICES DO I NEED TO MAKE BARBECUE SEASONING MIX?
- Maple Sugar – maple sugar is pure maple syrup that has had all the moisture removed. It adds maple aroma, flavor and sweetness. It’s available at some grocery stores and online. Substitute granulated sugar if you don’t have maple sugar. Brown sugar is not recommended because its moisture content may cause the seasoning mix to clump when stored.
- Smoked Paprika – regular paprika is made from dried crushed chilies. Smoked Paprika gets it’s strong smoky flavor from smoking the the same type of peppers before they are crushed. Oak wood is often used for the smoking.
- Dried Ground Mustard – Hot and savory. Adds the taste of mustard to recipes.
- Dried Thyme Leaves – adds a warm, woody and minty flavor to cooked dishes.
- Cayenne – hot and pungent, this is a red powdered spice made from ground dried chili peppers. Cayenne packs some heat so a little goes a long way.
- Cumin – a nutty, earthy tasting spice with citrus undertones. One of the most used spices in the world, cumin is common in Mexican and Indian cooking.
- Coriander – complex flavor that is slightly musky, raw and earthy with hints of orange.
- Garlic Powder – common seasoning made from ground, dehydrated garlic.
- Onion Powder – common seasoning made from ground, dehydrated onions.
- Chili Powder – a blend of spices commonly including ancho chile powder, cumin, paprika and Mexican oregano.
If you like making your own homemade spice mixes, you might like to make:
Snow Cone Syrup - 3 Flavors
For Strawberry Snow Cone Syrup
- 1 pound fresh or frozen strawberries (organic is best)
- 1 cup sugar See section on using other sweeteners.
- 1 cup water
For Mango Snow Cone Syrup
- 2 ripe mangos, peeled and diced
- 3/4 cup sugar
- 1 cup water
- 1 tsp vanilla extract (I use this homemade vanilla) Optional
For Kiwi Snow Cone Syrup
- 3 cups kiwi, peeled and diced
- 1/4 cup fresh spinach leaves (for color)
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 cup water
Homemade Snow Cone Syrup Troubleshooting and FAQ
CAN I USE SOMETHING OTHER THAN SUGAR TO SWEETEN MY SNOW CONE SYRUP?
Absolutely! Any natural sweetener will work for this recipe honey, maple syrup, agave, coconut sugar, and so on.
The only exception are natural sweeteners like stevia and xylitol. They will not thicken as the sauce cooks, so your snow cone syrup will be a more watery consistency.
WHY DIDN'T MY SNOW CONE SYRUP THICKEN?
There are two possible reasons..
1. You used a sweetener that doesn't thicken when reduced, such as stevia or xylitol.
2. The snow cone syrup simply didn't boil long enough to reduce and thicken. Reheat the syrup and bring to a boil, then continue to boil over medium heat until syrup thickens.
HOW LONG DOES HOMEMADE SNOW CONE SYRUP LAST IN THE FRIDGE?
This syrup is basically a jam that's been watered down, so you can treat it the same way you would a homemade jam. For us, that's about 2 months in the fridge, but I doubt yours will last that long!
HOW MUCH SYRUP DOES ONE BATCH MAKE?
Resulting quantity will vary based on how long you boil the syrup and how thick you like your snow cone syrup to be. However, in general 1 batch of any of the recipes will make about 2 cups of syrup.
HOW MANY SNOW CONES WILL 1 RECIPE COVER?
10-30 snow cones can be made per syrup batch, depending on the size of the snow cones in question. We usually use about 1-2 tablespoons per cup of shaved ice.
How do you make the best barbecue sauce?
- Stir: In a pan over medium-low heat, mix all the ingredients.
- Simmer: Allow the mixture to thicken by simmering for about 8 to 10 minutes.
- Store: Once thickened, you may then transfer it to an airtight container.
Can you make it in advance?
Yes! It can stay in the refrigerator for up to a week or in the freezer for 3 months. So, you can make this ahead of your party or whatnot and not bother with it on the day itself. Make sure you keep it in a closed airtight container.
Best ways to use BBQ sauce:
Great as a dip for anything fried, or oven-baked, and most especially for grilled meat. I like dipping oven-baked chicken tenders in it! You can even marinate meat with it and to baste on when grilling.
You can put it in sandwiches, burgers, or wraps too. As a dressing for a salad? Sure! It can be used to flavor a lot of dishes, not just as a dip.
Quick Sugar Free Barbecue Sauce Recipe
This second sugar free barbecue sauce recipe uses artificial sweeteners by complementing the ingredients with a soft drink so not only is it sweet but it's also really quick to make.
There are no allergens in this recipe either.
Preparation Time:- 10 mins
Cooking Time:- 10 mins
Total Time:- 20 minutes
- 1 tablespoon dried onion flakes
- 1 teaspoon tamarind concentrate
- 1 teaspoon lemon juice
- 1 teaspoon onion salt
- 1 teaspoon crushed garlic
- A pinch of cayenne pepper
- 4 tablespoons tomato puree (or paste)
- 225ml or 1 cup sugar-free cola
Mix the tamarind concentrate and tomato paste together in a saucepan to ensure that they are thoroughly mixed and then water the solution down with the cola, stirring all the time to make sure that you don't get any lumps.
After that you can just throw in all the remaining ingredients, warm through until everything has dissolved and that's it!
Homemade Baking Mix Recipe – A Substitute for ‘Bisquick’
I have to admit, growing up, I had no idea that you could make your own baking mix.
I never saw the need to because we always had a box of Bisquick in our kitchen pantry. Mom would pull it out and make the best pancakes, waffles, biscuits and even dumplings with the ingredients in that magical yellow box.
As like most children do, I followed in the footsteps of my parents and purchased and used it just like they did.
That was until I unfortunately ran out in the middle of making dinner. I was making a casserole that called for a Bisquick topping. I didn&rsquot have time to run to the store so I turned the box over and looked at the Ingredients.
Wow! Was I shocked that there were so many ingredients listed. I sorted through what I had on hand and with just 5 common ingredients, I had made my own baking mix!
My first attempt I used butter instead of shortening. That required me to keep the baking mix in the refrigerator or freezer. That worked for awhile, but my space was limited.
So I switched to using shortening in this recipe so that it could be stored in my pantry instead. I put it in an air-tight container and whenever a recipe calls for &lsquoBisquick&rsquo I use my own baking mix with a 1:1 ratio. And for a healthier version &ndash use coconut oil instead of shortening!
Best part of all is that it can be made in minutes with your food processor. Just pulse the ingredients together and you are all done!
Homemade Baking Mix
4 1/2 cups All-Purpose Flour
2 1/2 tablespoons baking powder
2 Tablespoons granulated sugar
1 cup vegetable shortening
1. In a large bowl or food processor, blend together the dry ingredients.
2. With a pastry cutter or in your food processor, cut in the vegetable shortening until it looks like small crumbs.
Store in an air-tight container.
**For a healthier version replace shortening with Coconut Oil.
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