- BBQs: Why?!
The problem is that in the u.k the weather means that a bbq is a rare treat and therefore people do not get to know how long to cook food for.I was at my daughters last week and she asked how I could cook chicken on a barbie without the outside being cremated.Here in Spain I use the barbie probably 5 days a week all year round.The thing is to not overcook-if you have to,cut the meat to see if it is cooked through and do not cook everything at too high a temperature.Posted 4 years ago
I’m weeding my veg patch while next-door is trying to get their BBQ going.
Yet only a few steps away in their kitchen they have an electric grill that can cook their food through completely, without turning the outside into ash while leaving the inside raw or frozen, and without creating eye watering smoke…
BBQs: What is the effing point?Posted 4 years agoprojectMember
Absolutely hate them, burnt food, undercooked on the inside, some bloke dressed as a chef type,apron and tongs and a fly swatter turner type implement turning the food over and over so it burns all over,large amounts of smoke and horrible smells, and loud talking and bragging from all the neighbours of the person who invited you, usualy people youd avoid in a supermarket queue, and youre force to eat BURNT food, and cheap burgers with them.
Then therse all the waste of burnt and undercooked food, food poisioning and ,flies and more.Posted 4 years ago
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