Tip #4 – Choose Your Menu
How to recreate the barbecue experience
Gas grills are usually on the higher end of the price scale, as they require far more mechanical components then other grills. You can be expecting to invest anywhere from $50 for a smaller grill up to $600+ for a large stationary grill.
The whole idea of a backyard barbecue is to have a great time so you need to come up with some great game ideas to keep everyone entertained. Three legged races are always fun. Musical chairs can be hilarious and fun for people of every age. If the temperature is warm, water balloon fights can be great as well. It is a nice idea to have some simple prizes on hand as well to give to the winners of each game.
• There are always spillages at barbecues, so provide kitchen towels, napkins or wipes for your guests to help themselves to.
• The weather – sometimes when you planned to have a barbecue the weather forecast was promising but then the rain clouds start to form and so it’s probably wise to move indoors.
Holding a barbecue for 100 people or more? It can be a great way to feed everyone, whether it’s for a birthday party, anniversary or even a wedding. But there’s no denying that there’s quite a lot of work involved. So before you start, think about enlisting some helpers to aid with preparing the side dishes, marinading the meats – and for actually handling the barbecue itself.
A charcoal barbecue is a symbol of Summer, a way to bring the whole family outdoors to enjoy a meal which is somehow more sophisticated than a picnic while having many of the same characteristics.
• Have plenty of utensils for cooking and serving. Remember to have an additional set for handling the vegetarian food.
No you don’t. If you follow the tips we’ve provided you’ll be reducing the risk of overdosing on carcinogenic substance.