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Reflecting on 2021

Posted by Mike Laing on

The year 2021 was certainly an exciting one for us at Firemasters. Despite many of the difficulties we encountered with regards to lockdowns and restrictions on our events and festivals, we were still able to have a bit of fun before the Summer drew to a close. Now, as we edge closer to Spring 2022 we thought that we would share some of our main highlights from the past year...

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The Asado Grill

Posted by Mike Laing on

The Spanish word Asado refers to the technique and the social event of having or attending a barbecue in various South American countries, especially Argentina and Uruguay where it is also a traditional event.

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The Savanna Kitchen

Posted by Mike Laing on

Guy Truelock (aka The Savanna Kitchen) is a man with a passion for cooking with wildfire & smoke! Not only was he our very first customer when we opened for business last summer, but he has also become our very close friend and a member of our Firemasters family. Armed with a keen passion for blogging and a wicked sense of humour, Guy has invited us on his journey of building an outdoor kitchen in his back garden during lockdown.

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Chewing the fat with Marcus Bawdon

Posted by Mike Laing on

Marcus Bawdon (aka CountryWoodSmoke) is all about cooking outdoors and encouraging others to learn how to BBQ better. An author of the bestselling Food & Fire outdoor cooking book, a BBQ teacher, recipe creator and BBQ demo chef, Marcus is in his element when surrounded by smoke, fire, good food, family, and friends with a glass of something cold. A believer that BBQ should be relaxing and fun with a bit of BBQ theatre such as dirty steaks and charcoal melted bone marrow.

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"Yebo Kulelanga!" - written by Andy Copps

Posted by Ian Moffett on

Meet Andy Copps, our South African Braai Day competition winner. Andy is an artist and performer here in the UK; a chartered accountant turned storyteller. Not only did he win the BBQ hamper including a bag of our Namibian hardwood, but he also wood-crafted his very own sculptures from it. Read more in the full blog written by Andy Copps himself.

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