Sometimes you just get together and BBQ at the spur of the moment. Unplanned as some would say. But do you ever notice those are some of the best times? And that is exactly what we did on this day.
Our good friends Rita and Peter Carbullido invited us to their home for a little impromptu BBQ. Peter told me he had dry rubbed some pork belly, pork chops and pork country ribs. PORKALICIOUS is what we are talking about!! My favorite meat. Our contribution would be a couple of dry rubbed chickens and of course some finadene' denanche' (hot pepper paste). So I went over looking forward to some good eats!!
When I arrived, Pete, who has quite an open BBQ pit setup in his backyard patio, was under a tree in the empty land across the street with a few blocks and a grill with the fire already going. That's what I like.....bare essentials. Here is a photo of the elaborate BBQ set up!!
Prep table, a few chairs, some concrete blocks and a grill. Now who wouldn't love that. But the most important ingredients to a great time are great company and BBQ. We had it all!!
Enough with the speech. Don't we always say that pictures are worth a thousand words. Well here are a couple thousand worth.....
Maple rubbed chicken.
Super simple but efficient set up.
Chicken is looking awesome!!
Pete is slapping down the pork rubbed with salt and pepper...
Master griller in action!!
Slicing the chicken because they are hungry. Pete's nephew... a protege in training??
Nope, he is an eater. Must have sampled about 5 or 6 times.
Now he is getting serious!!
Pete's youngest son, Brandon, is polishing off his plate.
Our gals, Lupe and Rita are really enjoying their food. Looks like Lupe is either yawning, sneezing or is enjoying her hot peppers. Hehehehe!!!
To round out the menu, we had a delicious macaroni salad, turkey stuffing and Spanish rice with finadene' denanche' on the side. Of course we had our share of refreshments.
We were joined by Rita's parents, Mr and Mrs Blas and another nephew. We had a great time and we were blessed with great weather.
Just another Guam day.
Until next time....