BrocSoc barbecue

Fans of outdoor cooking will be thrilled to hear of an upcoming opportunity to scoff some sausages in the classy surroundings of Hilly Fields.
The Brockley Society are holding a barbecue by the stone circle in the park tomorrow (Friday) from 7.30pm and all locals are invited - so dig out your super-sized tub of ketchup and bring something to throw on the grill. Who knows, maybe you'll bump into some BCers there too!

19 comments:

J said...

Are we talking a bangers barbecue or one with a slight gourmet flavour too?

e.g. poached salmon with orange, lime and mango. (get a side of salmon, stick it in alfoil resting on a cabbage leaf, place some orange and lime slices on top, pour over a little mango juice, close the alfoil and cook for 10 minutes)

and of course chocolate and booze bananas (pierce a banana, stick some chocolate drops in it and add some spirits, cointreau, grand mariner, rum.......)

Anonymous said...

fancy putting a stall up Jon? Your menu sounds lush

Anonymous said...

I think that will depend on what food people contribute - ask not what the barbecue can do for you, ask what you can do for the barbecue!

Anonymous said...

I'll be there, banging a steel drum for Brockley :)

Anonymous said...

Jon S's dishes do sound nice, but I prefer the old fashioned hunk a meat, marinated in some bbq sauce, herbs, garlic, chilli etc shoved on a proper bbq (none of these gas fired things), turned frequently for a lovely smokin' flavour....

Anonymous said...

Will the Brockley Foxes be making an appearance? Bangers spicey but not too spicey. Burgers good, ketchup very good.

Brockley Nick said...

@Hugh - joke very good!

The Cat Man said...

just out of interest, did they need a license to hold this? (I thought bbqs were banned in public parks).

And Is there going to be a separate area where religious followers of a specific religion can cook their food in the proper way? (genuine question).

The salmon sounds really nice. I'm not a big steak eater :0p

patrick1971 said...

"And Is there going to be a separate area where religious followers of a specific religion can cook their food in the proper way?"

I for one will not be attending unless the number of burka-clad women there is statistically representative of the borough as a whole!

Signed, Outraged of Crofton Park

Monkeyboy said...

I demand an atheist cooking area.

Anonymous said...

That sounds good.

I've never eaten aetheist....

Anonymous said...

it's just like chicken...

Monkeyboy said...

I kind of walked into that one....

Anonymous said...

I hope the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is also well represented tomorrow. As a Jedi, I will endeavour to be there early to fire up the barbeques with my light sabre.

Anonymous said...

Are sandwiches and cakes ok to bring?

Anonymous said...

I have no idea Do Dah but I can't see why not.

Anonymous said...

Yes, yes, yes that's all very well...but which designated food preparation area is one to eat said sandwiches?

Anonymous said...

Depends what's in the sandwiches. If they're ham they should probably be kept away from the Mulsim and Jewish designated areas. Perhaps they should only allow dainty little cucumber jobs with the crusts cut off, but that would probably spark class war...

Anonymous said...

Ok...but anyone using margerine should not be allowed in. I'm happy to embrace all cultures but non-butter eaters are frankly evil. Apparently they are the least likley to pay their bus fares - FACT!

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