Terry’s Secret Barbecue Recipe for Success
It’s the summer solstice on Monday which means the sunnier months are officially here.
Shame that no one has told good old Mother Nature as the weather in around Burgess Hill remains unsettled with showers, winds and a chill in the air.
But we’re optimists (must be something to do with being England fans as well) and keeping our fingers crossed for warmer weather and the Three Lions’ team to do well in France.
Now I love a good barbecue. Nothing says ‘summer’s here’ to me more than the smell of roasting charcoal, sizzling sausages and cool drink.
Especially now the European Championships are on the TV.
I’d like to think I’m a meat grilling maestro (although my wife might disagree).
A good barbie and a successful property sale have a few things in common.
Firstly you need to choose the best ingredients in much the same way you need to instruct a good agent. (We recommend Carnabys – but we would wouldn’t we).
Secondly make sure you’ve the right equipment to make your life easier. Similar to ensuring your agent is using every possible marketing avenue to get buyers flocking to your door.
Thirdly if you get the flames burning too hot you’ll scorch the food which can see your bangers getting binned.
The agency equivalent of this is overpriced property – it sticks on the market and gets overlooked for better value options. It’s THE biggest reason why property doesn’t sell.
And finally when all is cooked and ready to eat take time to serve it with a touch of style not just plonk it on a plate.
Your BBQ presentation matters in much the same way as getting your property looking good when viewers come calling.
Make sure your plate, I mean your place, is looking tidy, uncluttered and tempting to potential buyers.
Thanks for reading and happy cooking.