A British engineer, Jack Henriques, has built the world’s largest barbecue, dubbed “God-grilla”, which can cook more than 1,000 sausages at once.
The 31 year-old, spent three months welding together the bespoke steel grill,
which weighs two tonnes, measures 16ft across and requires 14 bags of coal
The 11ft tall barbecue, which costs about £10,000, is so big it can cook seven
whole lambs, three pigs or two cows at the same time.
God-grilla – which can grill 500 burgers at once – was commissioned by the
Stone Barn, a wedding venue in the Cotswolds village of Aldsworth, Glos.
God-grilla is the largest fixed barbecue in the world – there is a larger
lorry barbecue in Texas, USA, but this is a smoker rather than a traditional
coal grill. (via Telegraph)