Hog Roast Weybridge
Henry VIII started Weybridge on its way to becoming much more than a small village by building a home for his then-wife, Anne of Cleaves. The resulting palace was called Oatlands and was built in 1538. After that time, Kings and Dukes populated Weybridge for a long while until Oatlands’ destruction in 1649 and then in other residences until the mid-1800’s. It still has very posh connections, as in 2007 it was named as the most expensive place to live in the UK with average property prices hovering at over £500,000. So Weybridge has come a long way since its beekeeping, milling, paper and brick making days which is how it started life in the Surrey countryside.
Hog roast Weybridge was set to take place at Oatlands Park Hotel which is a fabulous venue. I was very pleased to be asked to cater a roast for a wedding. I arrived, as I usually do, trailing my roadworthy Titan Spit Roasting Machine which I purchased a few years back. This machine is the ‘bee’s knees’ of spit roasters and can easily cook a beast up to 85 kilos. Weddings tend to be more formal affairs than outdoor events in a community, therefore, I decided to contact the Chef and Griddle to assist me with catering this event. They happily and affordably provide a hog roast hire Weybridge package that consists of an excellent organic menu and the appropriate number of professional staff needed to ensure everyone is served in a timely manner. They can also provide a hog roaster, should you need one.