Monday, July 17, 2006

Barbeque Time

We had lots of fun last night at the barbeque - it was a feast of food and laughter especially with the video show at the end. Barbequing started early before the sun went down and A, the appointed "Fire Man" was on hand to show us his pyromaniac skills. See how nicely heated up the coals are which were perfect for barbequing his special chicken drumsticks.

We also had one whole roast lamb which a caterer was slowing roasting in their own made spit. The lamb was fantastic especially when it was piping hot.

I didn't take many pictures but A was on hand to show us how finger licking his chicken drumsticks were with his special secret marinade.

He also got the yummy lamb leg - see the crowd of people hovering at the back for the roast lamb.

This deserves special mention - the dish of the night was the grilled mushrooms. It was marinated and then grilled on the fire that was an instant hit at dinnertime which everyone finished up. We were all trying to figure out what was in the marinade since it was catered.

There was a lot of food! So much that we couldn't finish it and had lots of leftovers. There was potato salad, waldrof salad, grilled vegetable salad, garlic bread, noodles, sausages, nuggets, muruku and etc.

The ultimate treat - the chocolate fountain. We had a selection of banana, marshmallows and chocolate wafers to dip into the fountain. Yummy stuff! There were also lots of cakes - Nutella Cupcakes, Brownies, Mango Mousse Cake from Chef Jerome and White Chocolate Macadamia Cake from Secret Recipe.

Extremely great fun and thanks so much to everyone especially Stephen and Sharon, the hosts. They have a lovely home which everyone has nicknamed as "Stephen's Corner" - definitely the ultimate place for garden parties.

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wyejon said...

woah! what a barbeque... i've never had one this grand before... any special occasion?

also those coals were really perfect... takes great skill to do that.

dDonkey said...

wahlau.. :) the chocolate fountain looks really good. :) where to get one of those ar?

and the lamb...*yum*
can never pass up lamb. :D

J said...

.... and CHOCOLATE!

Everything looks so good - was the fountain provided by the caterer too? Wow.

Jackson said...

OMG....u make me hungry again

ND said...

The chocolate

Audrey Cooks said...

I have been scratching my itchy hands for a long time trying to find an occassion for a great BBQ. Hopefully soon at my sister's new house dedication. Fingers crossed!

Unknown said...

oh my, you had an entire lamb spit-roasted in the backyard.... what an event indeed! Wish I could smell the roasting.. must have been wonderful!

Swee San said...

wow~!! what a barbeque it was! chocolate fountain !!! *i wanna swim in it..*

Unknown said...

drooling! ur having such a great time over there..its reli a 'grand' bbq..

boo_licious said...

wyejon - it was an office thing hence part of it was catered. The coals are perfect rite? It was a breeze to cook the chicken drumsticks once the coals were done.

ddonkey - am not sure but it's from a caterer. He also did the mushrooms which was so yummy.

J - yes, see above! Lamb was so gud. I sneaked a bit to this doggie who came to investigate what the yummy smell was.

jackson - hmmm, I'm also hungry now looking at the pixs.

nd - very yummy choc esp with the marshmallows.

audrey - ooooohhh, can't wait to see yr BBQ spread, I am sure it will be super yummy. I reckon this is the season for it since it's technically "summer" in Msia.

Cath - it was the first thing we saw when we arrived. Really amazing stuff.

Swee - u're living in the Land of BBQs now. Am sure u will get lots of opportunities to have BBQs.

kampungboycitygal - thxs! Looks like you're back from Ipoh. Welcome back.

J said...

Wouldn't it be glorious to actually own a chocolate fountain tho?
yum yum.
*dreams & drools*

boo_licious said...

J - nah, I think you'll get bored with it after a while. It should be a once in a blue moon treat to make it special.

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