Weber roadshow to visit garden centres to give barbecue lessons

Weber barbecues is visiting garden centres with a roadshow for the first time to teach gardeners how to barbecue.

Weber Experience chef Dan Cooper. Image: Weber
Weber Experience chef Dan Cooper. Image: Weber

The Weber Experience BBQ Roadshow will be visiting garden centres and food festivals throughout Spring/Summer 2011.

Weber’s Experience chef Dan Cooper will tour in an Airstream Land-Yacht trailer, holding barbecuing demonstrations.

He will show the audience how to perfect Weber’s ‘roast’, ‘grill’ and ‘bake’ techniques, as well as providing recipe cards so dishes can easily be re-created at home.  There will also be tasters available for visitors to the BBQ Experience Roadshow.

John Cooper, managing director of Weber, said: "Barbecuing the Weber way isn’t just about burgers and sausages, and so on the roadshow there will be the chance to learn how to barbecue a more exciting and varied menu which will impress all your friends and family.  At Weber, we are passionate about getting the nation to barbecue like pros, whilst having fun at the same time."

 



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