Enjoy Your Barbecue Safely
It's that time of year when holidays crop up and occasionally we have good weather. It must be the sun to blame, propelling all those Dads toward the barbecue to start charring meat and doing strange things with chickens and cans of beer. So, how do you make it a success?
First of all, don't set yourself or anything else on fire! A good thing to do is have a look at Cheshire Fire Service's tips on barbecues and to follow their advice as it saves meeting the Fire Bobbies in person. Click here to save pain and embarrassment.
Next, a few funky recipes always help. You don't just have to eat charred sausages. You could start by seeing what Boon's Butcher's have as they are always on the case with interesting barbecue items. Failing that, it's time to try a bit of Master Chef tactics. Click here for a few ideas.
Now, the fabled 'Beer Can Chicken'. Here's a good reliable method to follow, click here. And PLEASE remember to open the beer can so as not to be yet another person to attempt to send a chicken into space.
Good luck, everyone and if you need to check the weather to see if you might be better off with a good, warming stew, click here
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