Farmyard Hog Roast Sandbach

It was a very early start for us on Sunday morning we were up with the larks as they say! Heading out on the motorway the traffic was nice and peaceful as we headed north to a farm for its annual open day to cater with a hog roast Sandbach. We were greeted by the farmer a lovely chap who said he was holding his annual day where the pubic can come along and see his lovely animals and said he normally caters himself but this year he didn’t have time and that is where we came in.

We were keen to show him what we could do and in no time we had the pig spinning on the machine and he was very amused and couldn’t wait to sample the delights of a hog roast Sandbach! Whilst the meat was cooking we sliced open the huge buns and placed them in baskets. We set out our huge table and covered it in sauces and dressings and made a huge pot of salad and coleslaw. We made some skewers using sweet corn and a selection of vegetable skewers using tomatoes, mushrooms and peppers the farm was full of visitors by time the pig was cooked and we had a crowd descend upon us as we carved the meat. The farmer thoroughly enjoyed sampling the cracking and was shocked at how good it tasted he said, “if only the Mrs could make cracking like that!” But we had to tell him that our amazing machines must take the credit too. The pork just cut with such ease and was so moist and succulent the crowds soon demolished the hog roast Sandbach and thoroughly enjoyed it. The farmer said to us his days of catering had well gone now since tasting our food and he asked if we would come back next year and do it all over again. We made a note in our diary there and then and he thanked us again as we left. As we loaded the machines onto the vans two people approached us asking if they could book us next month for another hog roast Sandbach and we were happy to oblige. Leaving an event with bookings is always a thrill and happens more and more such a lovely day we had!

It was a very early start for us on Sunday morning we were up with the larks as they say! Heading out on the motorway the traffic was nice and peaceful as we headed north to a farm for its annual open day. We were greeted by the farmer a lovely chap who said he was holding his annual day where the pubic can come along and see his lovely animals and said he normally caters him self but this year he didn’t have time and that is where we came in. so we were keen to show him what we could do and in no time we had the pig spinning on the machine and he was very amused and couldn’t wait to sample the delights! Whilst the meat was cooking we sliced open the huge buns and placed them in baskets. We set out our huge table and covered it in sauces and dressings and made a huge pot of salad and coleslaw. We made some skewers using sweet corn and a selection of vegetable skewers using tomatoes, mushrooms and peppers the farm was full of visitors by time the pig was cooked and we had a crowd descend upon us as we carved the meat. The farmer thoroughly enjoyed sampling the cracking and was shocked at how good it tasted he said, “if only the Mrs could make cracking like that!” But we had to tell him that our amazing machines must take the credit too. The pork just cut with such ease and was so moist and succulent the crowds soon demolished the food and thoroughly enjoyed it. The farmer said to us his days of catering had well gone now since tasting our food and he asked if we would come back next year and do it all over again. We made a note in our diary there and then and he tanked us again as we left. As we loaded the machines onto the vans two people approached us asking if they could book us next month and we were happy to oblige. Leaving an event with bookings is always a thrill and happens more and more such a lovely day we had!