The monthly Long Table Dining events at Bakerie have been going down an absoloute storm, and seeing as though summer is kicking in they’ve decided to put the next one on as an ode to a good old BBQ.
Being served on the night will be a Bakerie BBQ Bowl – a selection of pork belly coated in their smoked Applewood BBQ sauce, Cajun chicken hot wings, blackened beef ribs and smoked sausage served with slaw, buttered corn and potato wedges paired with a bottle of craft Ale or a glass of house wine.
Date: Tuesday 4th July 2017
Time: 7pm – 11pm
Limited tickets available
The word barbecue is also used to refer to social gatherings in which barbeque is served, one of the earliest recorded barbecues that spread the culture of these events to American colonists was dubbed the barbecue feast: or, the three pigs of Peckham, broiled under an apple tree. Traditionally held outside. They could be small informal gatherings with a few people in a backyard or a formal event that could last all day, typically held for larger amounts of people. By the 19th century barbecues became one of the main forms of United States public celebration, especially in celebration of July 4.
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