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Food on film

The walled kitchen garden at Lainston House in Hampshire was the venue for a brilliant BBQ magazine film shoot, which saw the country’s leading live fire chefs cooking up delicious dishes on the grills and in the ovens, while giving top tips and advice.

 BBQ Magazine   Winter 2021

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The walled kitchen garden at Lainston House in Hampshire was the venue for a brilliant BBQ magazine film shoot, which saw the country’s leading live fire chefs cooking up delicious dishes on the grills and in the ovens, while giving top tips and advice.

“There is lots of video content out there in the BBQ world from amateurs and professionals alike, feeding and inspiring the live fire community,”

commented Rupert Bates, editor of BBQ magazine.

“We thought it was time to step into that space, but wanted to make it next level in quality, creating new video and film content, providing tips and tricks, inspiration and education for beginners and enthusiasts.”

BBQ has partnered with Pete Lawrence and Natasha Hayes of independent company Hungry Gap Productions. Hungry Gap specialises in food content for television and online and has worked with the likes of Nigel Slater, Nigella Lawson, Michel Roux, James Martin, Nadiya Hussain and The Hairy Bikers Before establishing Hungry Gap Productions, Lawrence, author of The Allotment Cookbook, was creative director at Tigress Productions and head of features and documentary production at the BBC.

Lamb skewers, smoked chicken, Mexican corn, grilled halloumi, duck breast, cherry log roast salmon, dirty steak with melted bone marrow, scallops and pizza were all on the menus curated and cooked by Marcus Bawdon of CountryWoodSmoke, who runs UK BBQ School in Devon and is consultant editor of BBQ magazine, and Jon Finch, live fire and BBQ cooking expert, food writer and festival maker.

Hungry Gap Productions then headed down to film at Manna from Devon, as David Jones, from the renowned cooking school, showed how to cook a variety of food in a wood-fired oven, providing expert guidance and advice.

The BBQ magazine films will be released soon. Follow us on Instagram @thebbqmag or check online at www.thebbqmag.com for further details.

Images: Hungry Gap Productions

 

 

 


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