We decided a few weeks ago that we would attempt another hog roast in the summer months, so last night we held a planning meeting where we could work out who’s doing what in terms of logistics, ensuring we have even division of labour and crucially, how many bread buns we will need.
Hosted by D&G, we spent a remarkably dry evening in the garden and the food came couryesy of Pat, Tony and Tess who called at Aagrah on their way back from the Bradford City friendly. A word on the indian takeaway – superb. It was absolutely head and shoulders above the average takeaway – they have really got their act together at the new place on the Leeds/Bradford border. The chilli king pawn balti was to die for (thanks to G for the recommendation) and the lamb chops sublime (I could have eaten a dozen of them). Everyone else made happy noises so all was good.
On to the business of the evening and ably chaired by G, we managed to sort out all the practicalities for next Saturday’s roast and miss the nightly exodus of 82 bats from D&G’s belfry. We’re hoping they’ll do the honours next weekend.
We’re looking into the technical possibility of having a live webcam for the hog roast next weekend, so watch this space!