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Grilling Stockyard Grain-fed Beef with Chef Peter Van Es

The Secrets of Barbecuing: Cooking by the Bay with Stockyard Beef.

Stockyard beef is grain fed beef from Australia. They are proud producers of Angus and Wagyu beef categories and now, they are here in the Philippines.


Cooking by the Bay with Stockyard Beef is held at the New World Manila Bay Hotel last November 5, 2016 at the poolside area. At the helm of this intimate cooking session is Chef Peter Van Es of 2POTS Kitchen and Executive Chef James Williams of New World Manila Bay.


Here's my plate of grilled Stockyard beef. So flavorful and mouthwatering. Did I mention its very tender, too? Happy to finish the whole plate without gravy or sauce, although I did taste the Bearnaise  Sauce which was done by the cooking class participants.


The meat was paired with these Elderton Cabernet Sauvignon.


As well as some freshly-made croissant.


Of course a meal can't end without some Mango Pavlova for dessert which I think is a nice and refreshing way to cap off a hearty barbecue lunch.



Cooking by the Bay is a series of different cooking class hosted by New World Manila Bay Hotel. Call (02) 252.6888 to know more about the next schedule of cooking classes.

Sharing the Stockyard Beef Barbecue Recipes. Stay tuned.

*** all photos taken using OPPO F1s

the kitchen goddess

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