Barbecue Cheat Sheet

A friend of mine recently bought a new barbecue and asked if I’d help him and his wife learn some of the basics for successful cooking. I was happy to help and we shared a very pleasant and enjoyable afternoon playing around with some great produce and cooking up some tasty treats. I showed them how to look after their new purchase and how they can cook anything successfully on their new 3 burner barbecue.

We prepared and cooked cedar plank salmon fillets that we served with a simple green salad to start. Roast beef with baby vegetables, braised onions and mini tarts with spinach and feta cheese was our main course, and for the finale we baked chocolate brownies that we then paired with a very delicious organic pistachio ice cream (and no, the ice cream was not prepared on the barbecue! ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

To help them rememder the basics, I prepared a 1 sided cheat sheet to cover off cleaning and some general cooking tips. I thought some of you may find this information useful, which is why I am sharing it here. If anyone has any questions please feel free to message me and I’ll do my best to get answers asap.

Happy cooking! ๐Ÿ™‚

BBQ Tips for a 3 Burner Barbecue Jun-13

P.S. The email and website address shown at the footer of the document are not yet up and running so please post any questions in the reply section. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚


About richardpholden

Chef living in Henley-on-Thames working for Weber BBQ's UK. Passionate about food and championing local/niche suppliers. Available for private catering, in-home cooking lessons and menu consultation. In this blog I hope to honestly share some of my journey with you, the highs and the lows, as well as post thoughts that have provoked me and made me think about something in my life, or in the larger world, in a slightly different way. These are my thoughts and my interpretations and questions on any given topic. I love the kinds of questions that make us look at an aspect of our life and delve into it more than usual. I hope you enjoy!

Posted on June 9, 2013, in Me, Tips and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Thanks for the typo comment Mr Gilderthorpe ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. Pingback: Thinking outside the bun… | Richard Holden

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