Posted on December 09, 2015
Friday is closing in on us as we write this, have you decided just what you want to do this weekend? You might not be looking forward to anything but some quality couch time, you might also be looking forward to Monday morning since it is quite obvious you aren’t living life to its fullest extent. Perhaps you have nothing planned because you really can’t think of what to do, this is where we can help.
If you have a BBQ grill, throw a BBQ party this weekend. If you have a BBQ grill that is not properly working, order the BBQ grill parts you need and throw a BBQ party next weekend. If you don’t own a grill, we have a nice selection of BBQ grills from which to choose.
The point we are trying to make here is you really need a fully function BBQ grill if you expect to hold a BBQ party. So get with it.
Anyway, once you have your BBQ grill in good working order and have posted the party details on Facebook, you now need some tips on how to throw a killer BBQ party. Right on, read on for some righteous advice.
If your BBQ party is relatively impromptu, ask guests to bring a side dish or dessert to share. You, of course, will provide plenty of heavenly, juicy and tasty grilled meats to entice them. When your guests arrive, simply toss their side dishes and desserts on a table, hand out paper plates and turn everybody loose.
And don’t forget the drinks.
BBQ parties and beer go together like, well, BBQ parties and beer. That is, a BBQ party is never really complete until someone spills a beer on the floor. We heard this absurd rumour that not all party-goers drink beer, which we find hard to believe. However, even if there is an ounce of truth to this, you can always have a few bottles of wine readily available as well. But for those who may be designated drivers or who choose to partake in non-alcoholic beverages, make sure you have tea, soda and lemonade on hand. There is also a host of fancy drink recipes online as well, for those who are too good to serve beer and tea.
No BBQ party is complete until you set the mood with some music. Now, tradition dictates you play a little Country-Western music, unless you feel that type of music is worse than nails on a chalkboard, then choose what pleases you. From Rock and Punk to Classical and Jazz, the choices in types of music to play at your BBQ party are nearly endless. However, Death Metal should not be an option as it may just scare people away.
Your BBQ party will also need some form of entertainment. Now, this can be anything from board games to squirt guns and water balloons to dancing, but keep it all age appropriate. That is, pin the tail on the donkey is not recommended if all of your guests are over the age of 21.
Now, get out there and throw the best BBQ party ever!