Blessed with mild winters, Australians have the luxury of cooking outdoors all year, which means one thing: good “barbie” (BBQ). Getting together for this traditional fare is a social and culinary institution. And at the heart of any great barbie is a tasty selection of “snags” (traditional Aussie meat sausages).
Pork or beef, this food staple is flavored with herbs and spices from around the world and typically is served on slice of bread with your choice of tomato sauce, BBQ sauce, or mustard. Top that off with a grilled onion, some potatoes and you have a taste of an Australian tradition.
Rotary clubs of Australia are firing up the grill for convention attendees during The Great Aussie BBQ on Sunday, 1 June. Club members will serve up a variety of snags and other great food from noon to 3 p.m. at the Cathy Freeman Park near the main plenary hall. Join the fellowship and fun and book your spot today.