BBQ Special: Top 20 summer sizzlers
Tomás Clancy picks his top 20 wines to make the barbecue go with a swing
There is little need for airline tickets or time machines when you have the flame, smoke, melting sizzling meat and scorching vegetables that make up an Irish barbecue in full flow. We are back, back where we always should have been: eating, drinking, talking and staying outdoors.
Rain or sun drenched, it does not matter, and that’s the core brilliance of the Irish barbecue.
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