Company that invented wood pellet grills to hold BBQ weekend
With Spring around the corner and gardens being spruced up for the warmer weather to come, a wood pellet company is holding a BBQ festival.
Traeger, makers of wood pellet BBQ’s, is holding a fest weekend at Webbs of Millets Farm, Kingston Road, Abingdon.
The event will run over the weekend of April 15 and 16.
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A spokesperson for Traeger said: “There’s something for all foodie tastes at Traeger Fest.
“On the Saturday, Traeger will be showcasing classic American themed food, including dishes such as delicious smashed burgers, chicken wings and cookies.
“Sunday’s theme will be traditional English roast dinner, including a range of tasty classics such as roast pork with roast potatoes and Yorkshire puddings – all cooked on Traeger grills.
“BBQ lovers can pop along at any time, to experience music, delicious food, and Traeger’s famous wood pellet grills.
“A Traeger chef will be on hand all weekend to showcase the grills, share top grilling tips, and hand out delicious samples to try.
“Everyone is welcome to come along and soak up the Traeger atmosphere and you might even pick up some lovely new plants for your garden whilst you are there.”
Traeger invented wood pellet grills in the 1980s, and as a result of its solid patent, was the only producer of wood pellet grills for 20 years.
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