The cost of living has never been so expensive, what with rising fuel bills, food costing more and more and petrol seemingly rising in price day by day, times really are costly.
At no time of the year do these costs really hit home than during the winter months. It’s a real combination of events that make November to March expensive. Keeping your house nice and warm over the winter is obviously more expensive, and with bad weather, you are more likely to drive rather than walk.
That’s more petrol! And of course, Christmas means presents and going out and maybe buying more food and drink than normal. It really does all mount up.
So, how can you make a saving in Harrow in the winter months? Well, I cannot give you any advice on how to save money on the heating or on getting cheaper petrol. Shopping? Sorry, can’t help there…but if you are organising a special event over the winter months – or indeed at any time of the year – then there is one option that is not only taste effective but cost effective, too, and that is by making your event a hog roast Harrow event.
Sounds bizarre, doesn’t it? It is just not the sort of event that you used to hear about in this London borough but hog roast hire Harrow events are starting to become rather popular.
Over the last few years, more and more people have been tempted by the magic of hog roast and it is fast becoming one of the most popular catering solutions for any type of event or occasion where you really need great tasting food.
It seems that, at long last, people have finally grown tired of uninspired and rather dull catering options and have decided to look for exciting new alternatives, and in a hog roast hire Harrow solution, they have found just that.
Hog roast is certainly not a new feast, far from it. In fact it is one of the most traditional you will find, with its roots going back centuries to Medieval times….but that’s the only old thing about hog roast as it is very much a modern and fashionable solution when it comes to feeding the guests at your event.
There is something about a hog roast Harrow event that seems to be particularly appealing to today’s event organisers. It could well be the quality and dedication that goes into every hog roast, because it really is combination of great skill and quality ingredients.
A hog roast chef only ever uses the very best quality meat and that means locally sourced, good quality pigs from a top supplier. And as for dedication and skill, well, you get that in abundance with the hog roast chef.
Hog roast is not a walk in the park to cook, in fact it takes a serious amount of time to produce the very best possible hog roast for your event. A single, standard sized Harrow hog roast will require six hours slow roasting before it is just right, but that six hours will mean super succulent and tender meat, with fantastic flavours and unforgettable crackling.
It is going to be one of the most remarkable pieces of meat you have ever tasted whether you have it as a hog roast roll or as a superbly carved hog roast gourmet meal. And all this cooking magic will have been cooked right in front of your guests.
There really can be no better sight at a special occasion than seeing your meal cooked before your very eyes, and when it is as glorious looking a meal as a whole pig roasting away, it really is quite impressive.
But you may be thinking how can such an extravagant feast be so cost effective? Surely a meal of this quality does not come cheap? Well, it certainly is not the cheapest catering option available, but if you want the very best for less then hog roast is the one you want.
And consider this, you can feed over one hundred people from a standard sized pig; How about that for amazing value for money?
If you are making plans for that special event, be it a birthday, Christening or work event, make sure you think very carefully about your catering options, because hog roast really does provide you with a total all round solution of incredible taste, chef skill and visual greatness. So make an impression with your event by making it a Taste the Cracklin, Harrow hog roast!