On 29th August 2021 the RBIF held its fourth annual BBQ at the Chefparade Country venue in Etyek.

The day started in bright sunshine in keeping with the end of August date, and we welcomed around 90 people to the fantastic venue that is Chefparade in Etyek.

With plenty of space for kids to run around the venue is the perfect location to relax as the summer draws to a close, and we were certainly well looked after.

BBQ cuisine

Paul Mizener and his team at the Chefparade cooking school had been preparing the food for up to 48 hours in some cases, and this was evident in the range of delicious meats they put on: Salmon steaks, chicken thighs prepared in the smoker, burnt end chili, the most amazing fillet steak, and the ever-popular BBQ pulled pork, accompanied by coleslaw, pickles and potatoes.

And if that were not enough, at the end we were able to enjoy Paul’s famous brownie, you need to taste it to believe it.

Fine wines

But it wasn’t all about the food, once again we enjoyed the support of the Etyeki Kúria Winery, who popped over from their neighbouring estate and allowed us to taste some great wines, the Pláne Frizzante White, the Kúria Sauvignon Blanc, and the Kúria Red, all perfectly suited to the weather and the food.

 

As the afternoon wore on, the clouds gathered and we were treated to a huge rainstorm, but fortunately we are well catered for at Chefparade and were all able to move under the shelter of the pergola to enjoy the rest of the afternoon in great company.

The event couldn’t have been the success it was without the support of our sponsors particularly the Budapest British International School, our main BBQ sponsor.

We look forward to seeing you all next year!

Just click on the photo below to view all the pictures from the BBQ:

photos: Amy Arnott