When it comes to Australia Day I'm a proud traditionalist. Nothing but a barbeque will do. So for lunch we cranked up the Baby Q Weber, threw on a few snags while we watched the
celebrations on the harbour.
This was effortless cooking on a hazy and humid day.
... on went a few pork toulouse sausages from Fratelli Fresh and a few garlic, rosemary and lamb ones in honour of Sam Kekovich!
the Weber did another sterling job....
I served the sausages halved, wrapped in some sourdough bread with onions and tomato sauce.
Needless to say they were delicious - smokey and aromatic...
For the salad I tossed together some balcony tomatoes, purple and lemon basil and a tore off a few chunks of fresh buffalo mozzarella (store bought... sadly no room for a buffalo on the balcony - yet!) dressed simply with some Jervis Bay olive oil and a little balsamic vinegar.
It was a good day to be Australian.