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Practical Steel Chromium Plated BBQ Barbecue Fish Grill Basket h_039

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Practical Steel Chromium Plated Picnic BBQ Barbecue Fish Grill Clip Basket just put fish in between the grilling plates, lock it closed, and put this basket on the BBQ. By flipping the closed grilling basket, you can keep grilled foods in one piece! Allows extra fat and grease to drip away from food. Non-stick surface provides easy clean-up. Open grilling surface allows for a smokey, barbecue flavor.
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    • Non-stick surface provides easy clean-up
    • Prepare delicious grilled, bake and fry foods on this combination device
    • Prepare fish to perfection and prevent it from falling into your grill
    • This is how to get a party rolling! Perfect for tailgating, camping, fishing or just cooking on the patio
    • Simple non-stick fish grill basket with a wooden handle so avoid hand scalding
    • This basket makes barbecuing your catch-of-the-day neat and easy
    • It's great for camping trips
    • Material: Steel Chromium Plated
    • Fish Folder Size: 33 x 12cm / 13.0 x 4.72in (L x W)
    • Total Length: 53cm/20.87in

    BSWolf Practical Steel Chromium Plated BBQ Barbecue Fish Grill Basket h_039

    • Prepare delicious grilled, bake and fry foods on this combination device

    How to Enjoy a Romantic Picnic?

    • Enjoy a romantic picnic with your partner. Picnics are among the most roma ntic date ideas. Here are some tips and romantic picnic ideas to spark passion for any couple.


    • Choose a romantic picnic destination where you can be alone. Bring a blanket to spread on the ground, a portable CD player and some favorite romantic CDs
    • Bring along a cooler filled with special treats. Cheese, bread, wine and chocolate covered strawberries are traditional romantic foods to share
    • Share bites of food with your partner. Sharing your food and even feeding each other is a great way to become closer as a couple
    • Ask your partner to dance with you to the music on the CD player
    • If you are in a secluded spot near a beach or lake and the weather is warm, go for a skinny dip with your partner
    • Climb a grassy hill and lie down on the blanket with your partner to watch the clouds. Play the child's game of looking for shapes in the cloud formations
    • If you are in a park with swings enjoy again this simple pleasure from childhood. Or if it is a windy day, bring along a kite to fly together
    • After a day of playing together, build a bonfire on the beach or in a fire pit in the park. Toast marshmallows and watch as the embers of the fire climb into the night sky
    • When evening comes, lie down again on the blanket and gaze at the stars together

    History of Barbecue (BBQ):

    BBQ Barbecue Fish Grill Clip Basket

    • Barbecue is prepared by cooking or smoking meat slowly, on a small flame, at a very low temperature, using wood or charcoal. It is also the name of the apparatus used for cooking barbecue. Although nowadays, barbecue is common in every part of the world, its origin is quite elusive. The stone age man started using fire to cook meat, and barbecue can be said to have evolved from this way of cooking food
    • There is no consensus about the origin of barbecue. Some believe that barbecue was introduced by the Taino tribe of the Caribbean region, where it was known as 'barbacoa', meaning 'beginning place of the sacred fire father'. It was usually practiced for preserving the meat from getting spoiled. They used to keep the meat on a wooden platform above the fire, supported by sticks. Another way was cooking the meat in a pit made in the ground. 'Barbacoa' is also the Spanish word for barbecue, which means 'meat smoking apparatus' or 'sacred fire pit'
    • Another theory suggests that barbecue is derived from a French word, 'Barbe a queue' which literally means 'whiskers to tail' i.e. roasting the entire animal. It is also said that in the earlier times signs reading "Bar, Beer and Cues", were put up in front of the roadhouses and beer joints that had a pool table to attract customers and the name 'barbecue' has been derived from it
    • Barbecue was introduced in America in the early 1800s, when cowboys were employed for moving cattle to the West. These cowboys were given meat that was hard and impossible to chew. They found out that cooking meat, directly on the fire for 5-7 hours makes the meat tender and edible. They also experimented with goat, pork ribs, beef ribs, venison and pork butt, and the results were delicious
    • Barbecue is done in many countries around the world, however the meat used and the way of cooking is different in different regions. Although the choice of meat is mainly pork and beef, it can differ in various places according to the availability of the animal. In South America, pork is the meat of choice, while people in the North prefer beef. Barbecues are also made from chicken, mutton and pork ribs. Sometimes, vegetables are also barbecued, but many do not consider it as an authentic barbecue
    • No barbecue is complete without sauces, spice rubs and marinades, which are added while barbecuing and are even used as dips while eating. The preference of sauce and spice rubs vary in different regions. While some prefer it sweet, others like it spicy and hot. They normally include garlic, pepper, tomatoes, herbs and lime juice to make the meat tastier
    • Earlier BBQs were made only in charcoal and wood, but nowadays, gas barbecues have become common. They are available in different styles, including a portable one, and are efficient and easy to use. Depending on whether the meat is cooked on charcoal, wood or gas, their taste differs
    • Barbecue is not only a way of cooking, but also an event where people come together to eat and make merry. Earlier in South America, the slaughtering of pigs was celebrated with great pomp and they were barbecued and eaten. In the 20th century, barbecues were introduced in restaurants while today, backyard barbecue has become a great way for parties. People who are passionate about barbecues either buy a barbecue equipment or construct one in their backyard
    • Many people think that grilling is same as barbecuing because their equipment and techniques are very similar. Apparently, it is not so! Grilling refers to fast cooking, while barbecue takes a lot of time, sometimes even more than 24 hours
    • It is interesting to see the way barbecue has evolved from a means for survival to a source of enjoyment and fun. Although it is not clear whether the origin of barbecue was from a single country or an amalgamation of different cultures and nations, it is loved and enjoyed by people all over the world

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    • 1 x Practical Steel Chromium Plated Picnic BBQ Barbecue Fish Grill Clip Basket

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