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Barbarian Beef – Cooking on Coals – Food Wishes

Barbarian Beef – Cooking on Coals – Food Wishes

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Learn to make Barbarian Beef! Again within the day, your common barbarian was too busy pillaging and plundering to lug round a grill, in order that they in all probability simply cooked their meat proper on the coals, and for the sake of this video, that is what we’ll be going with. Go to for the substances, extra data, and plenty of, many extra video recipes. I hope you get pleasure from this Barbarian Beef recipe!

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  • Greg Swan on December 2, 2018

    I did this and added black pepper, still no funny burnt flavors. Pure excellence!

  • Nite Owl on December 2, 2018

    what about a rock?

  • reddevilparatrooper on December 2, 2018

    I hate London broil steaks! They chew like I am eating old combat boots! Just tough meat cut.

  • Michael S. on December 2, 2018

    His accent sounds like he's retarded. Great channel, however.

  • Carl Smith on December 2, 2018

    Great way to do Tri -Tips best I've had.

  • TheKCLoy on December 2, 2018

    yup!! surely going to try this one!

  • S.J 'Squid' Blazkowicz on December 2, 2018

    I feel like you could make some killer sandwich meat outa this

  • William Smith on December 2, 2018

    Your voice is annoying

  • Atul Upadhyaya on December 2, 2018

    Your barbarian fantastic made you sound like Yoda. Done well you have.

  • That1boi on December 2, 2018

    Why the hell do you keep having long pauses in between sentences???? Its so annoying, but nice video.

  • Justin on December 2, 2018

    Why do you talk like that? Good content but I can only watch your vids while muted

  • Jackson Graham on December 2, 2018

    the mic quality has kinda been sucking lately

  • Greg Dollins on December 2, 2018

    every sentence is a roller coaster arc

  • Melissa Harrington on December 2, 2018

    I wish I knew how to grill I love grilled food

  • Zachary Folse on December 2, 2018

    Picanha with this? Anyone think it’d be alright of an idea? Or just cook picanha traditionally I usually smoke mine

  • Jarl Pollock on December 2, 2018
  • Chuck Bodnar on December 2, 2018

    chief john, you r amazing, my wife and i just finished dinner of your garlic infused strip stake, it was delicious, keep the videos coming . great stuff

  • Will Ferrel on December 2, 2018

    182 cows watched this video

  • Benji Berigan on December 2, 2018

    cheese steak time!!!

  • Jim Forgrave on December 2, 2018

    …well, not so much plundered, but it was on sale. LOL!

  • Brie Perez on December 2, 2018

    Chef John you are amazing! Your recipes are so easy to follow and the results are never disappointing. Thank you!!!

  • Blue Dominator on December 2, 2018

    Funny, I was thinking of Chimichurri before you even mentioned it. I think that’s the way to go. Did it taste a little bit of ashes from the charcoal?

  • Linny w on December 2, 2018

    Hangar steak…cheap and tender…just trim the tendons

  • MHCE444 on December 2, 2018

    Aren't barbarians the people who completely destroyed the Roman civilization?

  • Jasmine White on December 2, 2018

    Awesome looks good

  • Trei Little on December 2, 2018

    It may be the best cooking channel, but I feel like he never finishes a sentence

  • Dimas Akbar on December 2, 2018

    5:28 is the good stuff

  • bruceleeroy69 on December 2, 2018

    Chef John, we used to do this as a kid in Boy Scouts. Some times we forgot the skillet. You have to try this with skirt steak. The flavor will floor you.

  • Anon Emoose on December 2, 2018

    "whatever the barbarian word for fantastic was"
    If you meant Vandals or Goths
    newirkijanaz – literally unreal
    bastistaz – the best

  • Louis Fuentes on December 2, 2018

    Dude….stick to Betty Crockers original recipe for London Broil if its such a must for you to pull ideas out of the sky. Your trying and doing to much. Sanitation is always a must but you don't have to be such a dueche about it "Chef". Your cooking lacks heart.