Easy Gormet Barbecue

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This is a review post based on my experiences ordering from Bespoke Offers. For more information about this kind of post please read my disclosure for readers page. Kat xoxo

My friends have long since stopped being surprised at the things I do in the name of my blog. A couple of weeks ago I posted a shout out for barbecue buddies after receiving a box stuffed with a grilling feast.

We were sent a Hello Fresh BBQ box but rather than pay the £65 a box for 8 – 10 people ours cost just £39. The 40% discount is down to it being snapped up on Bespoke Offers where you can find a wide range of offers including  food, beauty, travel and kids.

The voucher to order system was pretty straight forward and only added a minute or two to the process which is pretty good for a 40% saving.

Checking out their offers today I spy a three course meal deal with Pizza Express as well as an SEO seminar, massages, paint-balling and daffodil bulbs.

I was a little dubious about the premise of making recipes from the Hello Fresh box – after all, couldn’t I just go out and gather all of this myself? Except I rarely do. Truth is, pre-children I would have been researching, prepping and cooking for days before a summer barbecue. Not so much now.

It was really fun to lay out the recipe cards and get to work. The great thing about the box was that every ingredient, no matter how small, is right there in front of you so you can get on with the prep.

The food was tasty and the recipes were easy to follow (the children made the veggie kebabs). I loved that their meat came from a London butcher and that they were supporting artisan producers. We had nine of us and yet there was way more food than we needed.

Would I order from either of them again? Absolutely. The deal was a good one and the food was great.

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