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WIN! A Cadac Carri Chef 2 Combo

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WIN! A Cadac Carri Chef 2  Combo 

All this hot weather has got our mouths watering for some of that outdoor food we all love during the summer months. If you think you’re a culinary wizard when it comes to the barbecue or the portable gas stove, then this competition is for you. We want to create the ultimate GO Outdoors camping cookbook that we will give away as a free download at the end of the competition.

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Handy Barbecue Tips

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Is there anything better than a barbecue in the sun?

There have been flickers of brilliance in the weather so far this year, and while things still remain somewhat unpredictable, there are more and more people reaching for the barbecue in those hour long stints of sunshine that we do get. After all…we all love a barbecue in the sun!

In this blog, we have some videos to help you out when it comes to outdoor cooking this summer.

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Grilling recommences for Islington residents

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BBQs in Islington’s public parks are now allowed after a ban on them was revoked by the council earlier this year.

This Summer, residents of Islington North London will be able to grill in peace, as the council have revoked their prohibition of grilling of food in its parks. Meanwhile residents of other boroughs may just have to smell the sweet scent of Islington’s victory against the ban, as places like Camden still consider the use of BBQs a safety hazard.

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Safety First

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Tragic camping accident emphasises the importance of gas safety.

The importance of not using gas barbeques in enclosed spaces was sadly highlighted this weekend with the news that a camper died, possibly from carbon monoxide poisoning after using a gas barbeque in a tent to keep warm.

Vincent Clare, 50, would have been unable to detect the gas, as carbon monoxide is both colourless and odourless. It is important that barbeques and stoves are never used in enclosed spaces to avoid a similar tragedy.

When used in the correct ventilated areas and ways, BBQ’s and stoves are very safe and new campers shouldn’t be discouraged from using gas to cook, but time should be spent on researching the correct manner to use these pieces of equipment.  Read more

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