Lastly, the infrequent and play-it-safe BBQer loves going to BBQs
, but is less confident in hosting them.
Twenty runners up can win: A BBQ
Bonanza Box containing -A bottle of Banrock Station dry white wine; Birds Eye money-off vouchers; four bottles of Fosters beer; a twin pack of Grillmaster's Revenge sauce; Big Match BBQ
Lighter and two free- pack coupons for 12 Kingsmill Sliced White Rolls; Recipe book from British Quality Turkey; Disposable BBQ
and voucher from Rotal Barby; NBQ 2004 promotional pack of Cleanwrap Firelighters from Zip and a bottle of LiquidFirelighter; voucher for a bottle of Kikkoman Teriyaki Marinade and recipe book; a Can of Carnation Milk,and National BBQ
's `It's BarbieTime'BBQ
Booklet containing a competition, vouchers, recipes adBBQ Tips -each worth pounds 35.
To be in with a chance to win all you have to do is answer the following question: Q: Which is the nominated charity for National BBQ
The majority of those surveyed attend three BBQs
per summer on average, which equates on average to 6090 calories each.
The average number of BBQs
per family held over the last five years has risen sharply from around 3 in 2003 to just over 7 during last year's summer, although it reached over 9 in the hot summer of 2006.
To celebrate, one lucky reader will win a fantastic outback BBQ
worth pounds 199.
It's not always easy to organise a BBQ
get-together, so whether yours is at the beach, the park or in the garden, plan ahead to make sure everyone has a good time.
AL FRESCO DINING: While barbecues have traditionally been held at weekends, this is now changing with more and more people holding BBQs
during the week.
We pride ourselves on being on the cutting edge of BBQ
spare ribs, a side dish and a drink.
Food inspirationalist and BBQ
entertaining expert Libbie Summers, author of The Whole Hog Cookbook, teamed up with Farm Rich to share some of her best secrets for throwing an easy, extra-fun BBQ
without a lot of stress -- or mess
com, PS24 BBQ
House by John Lewis charcoal portable kettle BBQ
As we dust off the BBQ
and dig out the deck chairs in the hope of sunny bank holiday spent cooking and eating in the garden, it seems that the Great British BBQ
is growing in popularity - on average people are having BBQs
eight times a year, with the biggest BBQ
lovers found in East Anglia where 10% of people pack in a whopping 16 a year.
The first thing that greeted fans on the way to this year's MLB All-Star Game in Anaheim wasn't ticket takers on merchandising sales, but the wafting aroma of several BBQs
as part of "National League vs.
As "staying in is the new going out" what better excuse do you need, other than lots of sunshine, to enjoy a season of BBQs