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Jack Henriques, has built the world’s largest barbecue, dubbed “God-grilla”, it can simultaneously cook 7 lambs at a time (or 1,000 sausages!)
Created for Aldsworth Stone Barn in Gloucestershire, God-grilla can withstand over 600 deg c of heat. It weighs two tonnes, measures 16ft across and requires 14 bags of coal to ignite.
Mr Henriques has pledged to build an even larger unit in future and says the ‘’sky is the limit”. He told the Telegraph:
”When the barbecue is loaded up to full capacity at least three chefs are needed and it would be impossible to flip everything on your own,” he said.
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Jake Owen tweeted that he was going to the Emergency room...then he posted this pic...but never actually said how this happened.
ABC really wants you to watch their special, "CMA Music Festival: Country's Night to Rock" . . . which airs September 1st . . . so they're priming the pump by streaming a bunch of videos on their Website that were taken during the festival. --The videos feature the artists onstage, backstage, at fan club parties, goofing around on their buses and at home. --Unfortunately, ABC.com isn't going to start airing the videos until this Friday. www.abc.go.com