Fiery Food Chilli Festival, Brighton, 14th - 16th September

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Fiery Food Chilli Festival, Brighton, 14th - 16th September

Postby Toby » 03 Jul 2012, 17:05

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BBQ Competitions, Cooking Demos, Great Food all in one place!

The International BBQ Network® is putting on three days of competitions at The Fiery Foods Chilli Festival on the 14th - 16th September.

IBQN are running 2 days of Ready Steady Q®, a fast-paced and fun grilling competition where contestants get 45 minutes to create a dish from mystery ingredients on a gas BBQ. Each contestant is provided with a main ingredient, and may then choose another 5 ingredients from our market place. Speed and creativity are the skills you’ll need to turn in a winning meal. All you need to bring is yourself, thanks to our sponsors everything is provided from aprons to chopping boards!

We recognise barbecue is a family affair and will be running two days of Kids Q®, following the same principle as Ready Steady Q, Kids’ Q gives budding grill kings and queens the chance to show that they can BBQ just as well as the adults. There are two age categories, the juniors (7 – 12) and the teens (13 – 17). There will be several rounds of each age category over the weekend. Please note, for Kids’ Q, a parent or guardian must be present to help with cutting and overseeing their child

Entry to Ready Steady Q and Kids Q is free! Spaces are limited so please register your interest here http://www.ReadySteadyQ.co.uk Thanks to Outdoorchef for providing what we believe to be the safest gas BBQ’s on the market today.

Food preparation and Cooking demos will be run everyday and what BBQ road show would be complete without some exceptional food? Within the IBQN area we will be showcasing some of the best low and slow food you will ever have tasted!
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Re: Fiery Food Chilli Festival, Brighton, 14th - 16th Septem

Postby thesmokingpenguin » 03 Jul 2012, 17:29

Gonna be good! Last year I almost killed myself with Nagas - this year I intend to finish the job! :lol:
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Re: Fiery Food Chilli Festival, Brighton, 14th - 16th Septem

Postby Davy » 03 Jul 2012, 20:37

thesmokingpenguin wrote:Gonna be good! Last year I almost killed myself with Nagas - this year I intend to finish the job! :lol:


:lol: might go all out myself with some nuclear naga
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Re: Fiery Food Chilli Festival, Brighton, 14th - 16th Septem

Postby thelawnet » 03 Jul 2012, 21:27

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http://www.fieryfoodsuk.co.uk/

Tickets are £5 adult, £2.50 children.
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Re: Fiery Food Chilli Festival, Brighton, 14th - 16th Septem

Postby eater of food » 03 Jul 2012, 21:32

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Re: Fiery Food Chilli Festival, Brighton, 14th - 16th Septem

Postby keith157 » 04 Jul 2012, 06:40

They told me you'd gone bananas Ed I didn't believe them then, but now..................... :lol:
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Re: Fiery Food Chilli Festival, Brighton, 14th - 16th Septem

Postby Steve » 04 Jul 2012, 07:42

Sadly I'll be sunning myself by the Red Sea while the festival is on :D

But I think it's great to have a BBQ presence there, I'd love to be there myself.
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Re: Fiery Food Chilli Festival, Brighton, 14th - 16th Septem

Postby Tiny » 12 Jul 2012, 17:49

Will you chaps be at the chili fiesta at west dean nr Chichester on 27-29 July?

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Re: Fiery Food Chilli Festival, Brighton, 14th - 16th Septem

Postby bencops » 12 Jul 2012, 18:01

Good work!
Whats the low and slow stuff? 64 pork shoulders in a pair of FEC100s, or is it bbq shack?
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