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Barbecues in the UK

Barbecue2 in the's Best UK barbecue spots Bamburgh, Northumbria The longest stretches of unspoilt white sandy coastlines in Northumbria, with great views of Farne Islands. Loch Lomond, Scotland Picturesque islands and flanked by tree-line beaches and steep mountain faces. Derwent Water, Lake District Full of beautiful places to sit and admire breathtaking views with secluded beaches tucked away by the lake's shore. Mersea Island, Essex The beach is scattered with driftwood, making it the perfect place to sit and watch the sun set over the mud flats. Brighton, E. Sussex The pebbled beach is an ideal location to get together with family and friends. Newport, Wales Breathtaking views across to the nearby mountain ranges and the Ffestiniog Railway. Bournemouth, Dorset Sun, sea, great views and golden sands. Constantine Bay, Cornwall Wild rugged beaches with rolling waves and grass-covered sand dunes. Watergate Bay, Cornwall Miles of beach and rocky outcrops to explore at low tide. Males make the decision to buy 10 the barbecue. Males light the barbecue and 10 cook. Households in the UK, own a barbecue, 14% of which own two! Couples are three times more likely to throw a barbecue party than single people. through 10,000 tonnes charcoal ery year of barbecue In the UK we get which is heavier ´ Population the pº than of Malta SAUCY TIP #2 SAUCY TIP #1 Sweet or sugar-based sauces should only You can add a smokier flavor to barbecue sauce be brushed on at the end because the with a shot of single malt scotch. sugar in them tends to burn. Marinades made with vinegar, citrus oil and yogurt can be brushed on grilled food throughout the cooking process. 5 ESSENTIAL BBQ TIPS i. don't cook cold meat Make sure you always bring your meat back to room temperature before cooking. It makes it easier to get the heat from the outside of your steak into the middle without burning the surface to a cinder. i. preheat properly If youre going to get a good crust on your food and that lovely BBQ flavour, your barbie to be hot before you : start cooking. need you iii, thin is in The thinner your meat, the less the heat has to travel to cook the middle, so the easier it is to get the inside right without burning the outside. iv. don't poke & prod It takes time for your caramelised BBQ crust to develop and this won't happen if youre continually flipping your steaks or burgers. Only turn once or twice. 99 V. rest It's all about letting the meat muscle fibres relax and take back the juices after the intensity of the heat. BBQ SAUCE INGREDIENTS:

Barbecues in the UK

shared by Frackleton on Jul 26
With summer being all too brief in Britain, there’s no time to lose in firing up the barbie and enjoying meat as nature intended. Often wrongly seen as a primitive form of cooking, barbecuing is a r...


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