National BBQ Week is back in 2013 and runs for the 17th time between May 27th-June 2nd. If the weather holds out for us, then we are in for a summer of scorching BBQs! We have several portable radio systems to bring music outdoors for those summer evenings to come.
Evoke Mio -Orla Kiely
More than just a design exercise, Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely sounds great and is packed with features too, including an input for your iPod/MP3 player, an auto-dimming OLED display, alarm, kitchen timer and takes an optional ChargePAK rechargeable battery pack for wirless listening, perfect for out in the back garden. Choose from three stylish floral prints; Buttercup, Stem and Abacus. SRP £149.99.
Our portable wireless speaker with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth offers an incredibly rich and vibrant sound thanks to four speakers and an upward firing subwoofer for powerful bass. Jongo S3 comes with a range of audio profiles to suit your surroundings- switch to outdoor boost mode to hear the full effect of 360 degree sound, it will sound like a gig in your back garden! Available in Lime green, burnt orange, mango, white and black. SRP £169.99.
Despite its compact dimensions, One Mini Series 2 has been engineered to provide punchy audio quality and volume. There’s also plenty of useful features including an input for your iPod or MP3 player, 16 presets and a headphone socket. SRP £49.99.
One Mi is perfect for picnic go-oers and gardeners. A portable and digital FM radio, One Mi comes with 16 presets and an optional Charge PAK for portable listening. SRP £34.99.
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Brush up on your BBQ skills and try out our BBQ sauce recipe below:
- 350g ketchup, 1 bay leaf, 3 tbsp Worcestershire sauce, 1 tbsp wholegrain mustard, 1/2 tsp smoked paprika, Dash of Tabasco ,Juice of 1 lemon, Salt and pepper to season
How to make five-minute barbecue sauce
1. In a pan, mix the ketchup, bay leaf, Worcestershire sauce, wholegrain mustard, smoked paprika, dash of Tabasco and lemon juice. Heat until bubbling and simmer for 2 minutes. Season.
2. Serve as a sauce or cool and use as a marinade for ribs and chicken.