I heard on Twitter that this year is the 19th National BBQ Week. A time to celebrate all things BBQ!
Check out the National BBQ Week website for more information, facts and top tips about barbecuing.
|Have a happy National BBQ Week!|
As someone with Coeliac Disease eating safely at barbeques can be a problem. Whenever I go to a BBQ I always take my own disposable BBQ and utensils. If you are cooking gluten free food on a shared grill then use foil to separate your gluten free meat and food from anything containing gluten. Even if the grill has been cleaned thoroughly there may be trace elements of gluten.
Also, check where the gluten free buns are being warmed. Make sure they are kept and heated separately from other bread and buns.
Another thing to remember at BBQs is to check whether any of the soft drinks contain gluten? I remember being caught out by own-brand colas when I was first diagnosed - they contain barley gluten! So always check the labels.
Thankfully I have found more and more products are being made gluten free, only recently I spotted that Asda have a new range of gluten free sausages, hot dogs and toppings.
|Foot long and gluten free!|
But above all else do remember to have fun, eat well and enjoy the sun!
- National BBQ Week website
- National BBQ Week on Twitter
- National BBQ Week on Facebook
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