Foodie Friday: Summer is here, so it’s time to fire up the barbecue
PUBLISHED: 12:30 07 June 2013
Great British Chefs
Celebrate the return of summer with three brilliant barbecue recipes from the Great British Chefs.
The barbecue has become a staple in the British summer, and whether rain or shine the barbecue will always make an appearance.
The definition of a barbecue depends on which country the barbecue is taking place. In the UK, a barbecue is typically that of a fast cooking process with which the food is cooked directly over high heat. In America, barbecuing is a slow process, which utilises indirect heat with or without smoke.
There are typically two type of barbecue in the UK, charcoal and gas. Many prefer the smoky taste generated by the charcoal, but others prefer the cleanliness of the gas barbecue. Whichever method you prefer this week’s recipes will taste great regardless, then it’s the matter of deciding who will clean the grill afterwards.
Click on the links at the top right of the page to view each recipe.
Check back every Friday to see what culinary delights the Great British Chefs suggest next.
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