By Sophie Gallagher in HUFFPOST.
British bank holidays aren’t renowned for blessing us with sunny weather, but if this week’s Met office forecast is anything to go by – dry with warm sunny spells – then we could be in for a treat. Which inevitably means in gardens and parks across Britain, people will be firing up the coals, grilling some sausages and dining al fresco.
But if you’re a BBQ novice – or your “skills” require some urgent attention – then you might like to (re)acquaint yourself with some basic ground rules before setting fire to your lunch. The first ground rule: if you’re in the park, don’t put your BBQ directly on the grass – find some stones to make a bed for it.
Whether you are using a piece of professional grilling kit, or just a disposable metal tray, these should help to reduce stress and increase deliciousness – and avoid food poisoning.
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