What's your dream barbecue food of choice?
For many of us, it's a nice beef burger. For some, it's chicken sausages.
But for some of us, it seems that we'd ideally like to try something that bit different. In fact, a study carried out by Weber has found 45 per cent of Brits would like to be cooking an alternative meat on their barbecue, with alpaca, boar and ostrich all proving popular picks.
However, it's one thing to crave these different meats, it's an entirely different thing to go about cooking it. That's why Weber is launching some Wild Cuts barbecue classes, which will give guests the opportunity to learn how to cook non-traditional meats.
The Grill Academy classes give attendees the unique opportunity to learn about wagyu steak, alpaca kebabs, wild boar burgers, roasted bone marrow and ostrich scotch eggs.
Running between June and August at Meat N16 in Stoke Newington, the class could be ideal for the barbecue lover out there.
Dan Cooper, Head Grill Master at Weber, said: "While burgers and sausages will always be a BBQ staple, more and more of us are looking to experiment with more unusual flavours. This is why we’ve launched these special edition classes to give Brits the chance to master the art of cooking some less traditional meats."
"From ostrich scotch eggs to alpaca kebabs, we’re really excited to give people the opportunity to experiment with some different flavours."
The classes are on 28th June and 19th July, running between 11am and 3pm at Meat N16, 104 Stoke Newington Church St, Stoke Newington, London N16 0LA. The courses are £135 per person - you can find out more here.