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Its BBQ season and we couldnt be more excited, just the smell of a burning fire gets our taste buds going. There is nothing better than a family and friends BBQ, but only if you get it right, getting it wrong can cause havoc and starved and frustrated people, never a good combination for a BBQ. With he bank holiday approaching Im sure many of you are planning on getting the BBQ out and making some lovely summer food. This is why I have put together a quick and easy guide in how to make the perfect BBQ. If you have chicken on the menu it may be a good idea to cook it through in the oven first, and then finish off the charcoal taste on a hot BBQ. Having a good quality cooker will speed things along, take a look at the cooker parts available at http://www.spares4appliances.co.uk/cooker-spare-parts-c3/ for any extras you may need. Make sure you light the BBQ at least 30 minutes prior to putting food on, this will give it enough time to heat up to a temperature which will actually cook food. Make sure you use plenty of charcoal, and wait until it is glowing red (with a powdery grey surface) before starting to cook. When cooking burgers and sausages, if they are frozen, thaw them in advance then make sure they are cooked through, the juices should run clear once they are done. summer