Any of my regular readers will know that I use this page to talk a lot about winter sport and occasionally about coaching.
As a slight light-hearted interlude to this and to attempt to record just how much meat myself and my bbq loving Canadian house mate eat over the course of this summer, I’ve started the BBQ BLOG!
Central Scotland isn’t know for its BBQ weather but the recent spell of summer thrust us into action to sort out our outdoor cooking device. Everything was installed and ready to go on Thursday 21st of May and within 15 minutes, it rained. Nevertheless, we cracked on that evening, the following evening and tonight (Saturday) making it 3 days in a row. Its highly likely that due to Canadians’ love of outdoor cooking that our BBQ will be in action every night.
Lets take a look at the meat count so far:
- 2 Standard Beef Burgers
- 1 Pork and Apple Burger
- 1 Sirloin Steak
- 3 rather large kebabs
- 2 Piri Piri Chicken Breasts
- 2 Rib Eye Steaks
- 1 Home made beef burger
- 4 Standard Sausages
So there you go, 3 days in and everything is going well so far. Hosting a larger scale event on Sunday which will dramatically add to the amount of meat cooked.
Our first real test will come when rainy season begins.
Perseverance will prevail where all others will fail!