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Cooking equipment in Bulgaria!


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Hi All

I recently had a holiday in Bulgaria and, although the resort was a typical tourist trap, i have to say I saw some cooking equipment at a few of the restaurants that I really rather liked, and I was constantly catching the glorious waft of meat cooking over wood and charcoal!

A lovely charcoal kebab cooker the spits lay across the width and you can just about see the gearing that rotated them all. This place smelt wonderful!

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The next three pics are all actually different restaurants but with essentially the same kit in each of them, a water mill (via tap and hosepipe) powered Rotisserie 

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Anyone up for making one of these in their garden? 🤩

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I went to Bulgaria several times with work. Some of the food was great. Some was truly awful. 

One time i ordered a sword of pork. Ah, a skewer of pork kebab, i thought. Just a bad translation, which was very common anyway.

Lo and behold, a sword on a stand with pickled veggies and chips underneath appears. Talk about drama!

Phil.

 

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