Forge your own barbecue skewer for barbecue get-together
Strike while the iron is hot
First you will put on protective clothing (protective glasses, gloves and an apron) before you get to work. Each participant will be given a square bar which they will then hammer into a round skewer using a hammer and anvil. In doing so, you will create your very own barbecue skewer in only a few steps. Alternatively, you can also make a horseshoe or barbecue tongs − either way, you will still be part of the barbecue get-together. Whilst you're trying your hand at this new trade, the blacksmith will tell you interesting things about his craft and offer fascinating insights into the everyday work of a smithy.
BBQ − a year round favourite
After the work is done, the indulgence can begin! The BBQ will be prepared and the participants can put their meat and vegetable pieces from the generous buffet straight onto their own made skewers and then put them to the test. Incidentally, the culinary treats also promise to be quite a highlight.
Just take a look
And another thing...
If the weather is bad, the barbecue can be held indoors which is why this activity is also popular as a Christmas dinner for employees or customers.