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Filipino Satti

Filipino Satti

The following guest blog is from our friend Alex Paman, an avid griller and aspiring cookbook author who is currently working on a book on iconic dishes of the Philippines. The above photo is courtesy of his fiance, Aira Baning. Below are three of my own satay tips. The word “satay,” used to describe meats skewered on bamboo sticks, is a regional term that is specific to Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia. That term is generally not used in the Philippines,...

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Planet Barbecue in Production

Planet Barbecue in Production It's official. Steven turned in the Planet Barbecue last month and the book is officially in production. From time to time, we'll update you on Steven's favorite barbecue finds around Planet Barbecue. This stop, Bangkok, Thailand, where Steven ate some of the best pork sate in the city at Chong Kee Restaurant in Chinatown. Here's Steven with Chong Kee owner Vichai Lumlerokit. Yes, Vichai has grilled sate for the royal...

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The Sate King

The Sate King Steven's Planet Barbecue world tour continues. This stop? Kejang, Malaysia. It's the birthplace of one of the world's great kebabs: sate kajang. Here Steven samples a lemongrass and ginger marinated sate with Malaysian barbecue mogul Samuri Juraimi. Samuri's great uncle brought the original recipe to Malaysia from Indonesia, plying his trade from a mobile sate kitchen he transported on his shoulders. Today great nephew presides over...

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