"I am a huge fan of cooking over hardwood and charcoal so a wood grill is essential in my kitchen as is the barbecue at home," says Tikaram. "In this recipe, I'm cooking one of my favourite cuts - a dry-aged rib-eye steak with the bone in. The meat is flavoursome and tender, although you can cook whatever cut of beef you like. Jaew is a Thai dipping sauce, which is always on the table at any good Thai restaurant and in the homes of Thai families. The main ingredient of this jaew is dried chilli so it's hot, although teamed up with the beautiful beef, lettuce and herbs, it's the perfect heat, and complements the whole meal."
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