Hog Roast Walton on Thames
In the north west of Surrey you will find Walton-on-Thames. A town with a population of approximately 23,000 that survives mostly by agricultural farming. They have an amazing market of fresh produce and are well-known for their weekly car boot sales. This town boasts no less than five bridges over the River Thames, all built at various times in its history for various reasons, but all still in use. Walton-on-Thames has a past that includes fighting during both World Wars. WWI saw New Zealand countrymen aiding in battles at Walton-on-Thames, an enduring respect and appreciation for their efforts still exists to this day with memorials to be seen throughout the area. As well, WWII saw fighting through various bombings by the Luftwaffe.
I was asked to cater their weekly car boot sale this past summer; and, fortunately for all comers, it was an unusually dry and warm day! I brought along my Titan Roasting Machine which is one of two machines that I had purchased a few years previous when I’d decided to go full-time into the hog roast business. This machine is tops for not only affordability (it pays for itself after just one or two events), but it rates top of its game in manoeuvrability, handling, clean up, and maintenance. The Titan comes with sturdy tyres that aid in getting around, no matter what the terrain. And after use, the clean up is very easy. You only need warm water, soap and a little elbow grease, to take it back to pristine cleanliness.