What a weekend it was, I was very surprised to see the amount of snow the country had from Saturday onwards. However I think the worst of it is over. I was out using one of our Hogmasters this weekend with a customer at an event in Kent. I’ve got to say I was a little worried when I saw the forecast but luckily we were indoors and the corporate event we were working at wasn’t affected. That’s the great thing about the Hogmaster is that because it is fully mobile once you have finished cooking in a well ventilated area the machine can be moved into an area most appropriate for the service. In this circumstance we move it into the corner of the conference room we were serving in. The 50 guests all got double helpings off freshly spit roasted pork with crispy crackling, apple sauce and homemade stuffing. It went fantastically well.
The reason why I was in Kent was with every purchase of a Hogmaster machine we offer the option of onsite training. This is great for people who are new to the industry or just want to learn a few hints and tips from the experts. I think it’s safe to say that Neil learnt a lot that day. What’s even better is that we always try and train people on live event that way you get a real feel for how it works. It look at every aspect of hog roasting from preparation, health and safety, cooking, liaising with the customer, serving, clearing away and of course paperwork. So if you’re thinking about joining the industry then make sure you choose the professionals to show you how.