Joan Airey of Manitoba, Canada
It was great to read the Winnipeg Free Press article to remind us to join in the World’s Longest Barbecue. We’d planned to barbecue hamburgers at home when one of our children phoned asking us to join them at Lake Wahtopanah to barbecue. Six of us enjoyed truly Canadian cuisine barbecued over an open fire. New baby potatoes straight from the garden, garlic bread, broccoli and cauliflower salad, corn, and delicious rib-eye Charolais steaks raised by our family. Complimented with a bottle of late harvest wine from Grey Monk winery near Vernon, B.C. Can’t forget desert homemade Butter Tarts. Keep the longest barbecue going we need to encourage people to eat Canadian foods they are the best in the world. Just thinking of the melt in the mouth steaks we enjoyed makes my mouth water. Have marked your website so I don’t forget 2009’s BBQ.