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The campaign for the Great British BBQ has been launched…
It’s time to raise awareness of all that barbecuing has to offer in Britain, whatever the weather! Our aim is to inspire the nation to become year-round barbecuers and to enjoy a taste of fresh British produce by buying from your local High Street.
We want you to get your grill on…
If you have an enquiry as to how to get involved or would like to contribute a story or recipe, our friendly team at the Great British BBQ would love to hear from you.
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Staying safe with your Great British BBQ Make sure you follow these golden rules to ensure you are barbecuing safely, wherever you are and whatever the weather...
- When setting up your BBQ, ensure it stands clear of the ground so that there is no possibility of damage.
- No matter how dreary the Great British weather gets, never bring your BBQ inside, even if your windows or tent doors are left open as there won’t be enough ventilation to prevent CO poisoning. Your BBQ should only be brought inside once completely cool, 3 hours or more after it was put out.
- If using a disposable BBQ, be aware that they can release carbon monoxide even when cool, so you must never store used disposable barbecues inside your home, tent, caravan, campervan or any enclosed area.
- If you are using a BBQ away from home, for example when caravanning or camping, make sure the BBQ you buy is an appropriate size for your unit; a large gas BBQ isn’t ideal for tent camping, but likewise if you are family of four travelling in a motorhome, you will have more space to store a larger BBQ!
Haddock cooked on the barbecue tastes fantastic, and combined with the zesty flavours of lemon, garlic and herbs, this recipe is sure to become a barbecue favourite!
These burgers are delicious – tasty, very juicy and packed full of flavour. Well worth trying on the barbecue!
This quick and easy marinade tastes delicious and is the perfect accompaniment for steak.
A delicious sauce for ribs, chicken or kebab skewers.
The summer is in full swing and the Great British BBQ season is officially under way- which is great news for parents!