Southern craft bbc is on a roll, with locals enjoying the barbecue, and many of them will be happy to share their favourite recipes with the country’s growing bbz population.
Photo: Jason South Australian Prime Minister Warren Truss and his wife, Lisa Truss, are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary with a traditional bbc feast at their Adelaide home on Sunday.
Mr Truss told reporters that he wanted to make sure the celebration was inclusive of the community and the people of South Australia.
“We’ve been blessed with a lot of success in terms of economic growth, a lot more people living in the state than the rest of the country, but we’re going to keep on going forward,” he said.
He said the state would not be turning into a tourist destination overnight.
The Prime Minister’s wife has also celebrated her 50th birthday at their home, with Mr Truss saying it would be a great occasion to share memories.
“We’ll be doing some BBQ, some bbquakes and a barbecue.
And I think the celebration would be so much more than just a BBQ, it would mean the world to everyone involved,” he joked.
A number of events have been organised to mark the anniversary.
In Adelaide’s south, BBQs are expected to take place from 7:30pm until 9pm.
An Adelaide Bambi BBQ will be held at The Barbecue Club on Sunday, July 13, with local foodies planning to provide food for the event.