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Jun 11, 2022

BARBECUES are brilliant in the garden . . . but they can be even better on the beach or at a festival with friends.

While disposable grills are cheap, the high price paid by the planet should put us off.

Aldi and Waitrose have both committed to stop selling them this summer.

Luckily you can still fire up the fun with a portable barbecue.

It is easy to carry and you can use it all summer long. Here are some other great ideas for outdoor cooking.

FIRED UP FOR FESTIVALS: Compact with a carry handle, the Tower portable briefcase barbecue is a great option for any camping trip or summer festival, now £37.49 at Robert Dyas, down from £49.99.

COOKING ON GAS: Many garden grillers swear by gas barbecues, but it is harder to find good-value carry-along options.

The George Foreman portable grill gas BBQ, down from £139 to £129 at Currys, fits the bill. And it comes with a thermometer to help you produce the very best bangers.

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PUT A LID ON IT: Complete with an eye-catching red lid and stand, the super-light 2kg portable round charcoal barbecue available from Argos Home can cook up a tasty feast for up to four people. It is now £20, saving you £5.

BARGAIN BUCKET: For the price of a few disposable grills, you can get a zinc-finish bucket barbecue from The Range. It costs £14.99 and you can use it again and again without adding to landfill.

BARREL OF LAUGHS: The shiny Hi Gear stainless steel double-sided BBQ is a portable version of the classic oil drum grill and folds over to create a double cooking area. It is now half-price at Millets, down from £36 to £18.

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DEAL OF THE DAY

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Morrisons has great deals on beerCredit:

GET three selected big beer packs, including 12 x 330ml Stella Artois, normally £11 each, for £19.99 at Morrisons.

SAVE: £13.01

CHEAP TREAT

MAKE time for tea and cake. Tesco Clubcard holders can enjoy six Mr Kipling Cherry Bakewells for 95p, half the usual £1.90 price.

SAVE: 95p

WHAT’S NEW

HARVESTER has joined Too Good To Go, the app that offers restaurants’ unsold grub at low prices so it is not wasted.

Now you can get a Harvester “magic bag” with half a rotisserie chicken, mixed salad and dressing, worth at least £11.99, for £3.99.

Download the app to find the deal.

TOP SWAP


LAZE on the Max indoor/outdoor bean bag, above, £90 at John Lewis in a range of colours.

Or rest easy on the ManoMano outdoor recliner bean bag and footstool, below, £59.99.

SAVE: £30.01

LEAH’S LITTLE HELPER

AVOID the mark-up on wine when dining out, by finding a restaurant that lets you take your own bottle.

Sites such as byoblondon.co.uk list places in the capital and other major cities.

But do phone the restaurant to double-check before you rock up with a bottle of supermarket plonk . . . 

SHOP AND SAVE

FOR brilliant baking, Lakeland customers can buy one item of its own brand bakeware and get another half-price, including its £10.99 blue brownie tin.

SAVE: £5.50

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SAVOUR the summer vibes with the Easy Breezy cushion from George at Asda’s home range. It is down from £9 to £6.30.

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