Are Barbecues Sexist? Kate & Sean ‘Grill’ Panellists In ‘Fiery’ Debate | Good Morning Britain

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We all know the scene, the men gather round the BBQ and the women sort the salads, and the drinks! While Prince Philip was hailed as master of the barbecue by Prince Harry, chef Greg Wallace believes expecting men to cook meat on an open flame is actually harder than it looks. So what is it about the BBQ that turns men into cavemen and are BBQ’s sexist?

Broadcast on 23/04/21

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