Hog Roast West Molesey
West Molesey, Surrey is located along the River Mole. Its history is held together by the milling industry. Mills were used for grinding flour and animal feed as well as preparing the saltpetre for use in gunpowder. There used to be two reservoirs within West Molesey which were made defunct and as late as 2009 were turned into a wetlands and nature reserve. West Molesey has proudly produced a Theatre Club and it was this group that invited me to cater one of its entertaining events on a warm August night. The event, compared to many that I have catered, was small. It was, of course, set outdoors, and I was to provide the hog roast. I decided to offer a range of meats such as lamb, hog and chickens as well as provide a good quantity of hot roasted jacket potatoes. We decided to call this event hog roast West Molesey.
I brought along my assistant who would ensure that the condiments table was set up and brimming with all the usual fare, such as homemade applesauce and sage and onion stuffing slices. On this occasion, as well, I decided to use my Titan Hog Roaster, which can roast up to 85 kilos of meat. It is also one of the easiest machines to use in terms of manoeuvring as it comes with a set of sturdy tyres that can access a number of different terrains easily. I arrived early for hog roast West Molesey as I often do to ensure the food is ready to be served on time. I can take some time before a large hog is finished roasting. Right away, I threw a number of potatoes into the oven and set about ensuring the meat would be cooked to perfection right on time.