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How to Create a Stress-Free BBQ Experience
July 2, 2021
Don your apron, wipe the sweat off your brow and whip out the tongs. The family have arrived, with their meats and veggies of choice. BBQing for the whole family need not be a struggle! We have a guide for you that’ll take you from start to finish smoothly - or at the very least, we hope no one will get burned.
Tips For BBQing in the Rain
July 6, 2021
There’s nothing worse than damp charcoal on a barbecue. Barbecues and British weather are two things that don’t tend to go hand in hand. Yes, it might be raining. Does that mean you need to cancel the BBQ? Not necessarily. There are plenty of ways to keep your BBQ out of the firing line of the rainclouds.
How to Grill Your Meat to Perfection: Interview with BeardandBBQ
July 9, 2021
We pride ourselves on knowing how to handle our charcoal products, but that doesn’t necessarily mean we know how to cook. This is why we’ve spoken to Jack - a UK based Instagram influencer and BBQing extraordinaire known as BeardandBBQ - to get the low-down on all things grill and roast related. Gaining almost 2,800 followers in the space of a year, his content has captured the hearts (and stomachs) of food enthusiasts everywhere. Here he answers a few questions and gives us his five top tips for the most effective approach to cooking meat (vegetarians look away now).
Six Ways to Burn your Firewood Outside
July 15, 2021
Did you know that there is more than one way to get the most out of your firewood? And that doesn’t stop once the weather gets hotter. Here are six different ways to use your logs outside.
Briquette Guide for Beginners
July 30, 2021
Are you a fan of briquettes? Or have you never used them before? Either way, we can demonstrate exactly why briquettes are such an effective heat source when burned indoors or outdoors. It seems as though briquettes are overlooked by some, because of their slightly less romantic or unnatural aesthetic, but we want to put to bed this perception! Briquettes – or heat logs - are efficient because deliver 50% more heat per pound spent than firewood logs do. What they lack in looks they make up for in their significant energy density