Series in which chefs Sam and Shauna create huge outdoor feasts. Here, they help to celebrate the tireless achievements of a team of volunteers at Brecon Mountain Rescue.
Five years ago Sam Evans and Shauna Guinn quit their city jobs to embark on a road trip across America to learn the secrets of American barbecue.
Enthused with the spirit of smoke and fire they returned to Wales with a mission, to spread their passion for outdoor cooking and change the way we barbecue.
Now, having written a best-selling cookbook, opened their own restaurant and won best street food or takeaway category at the BBC Food and Farming Awards, queens of barbecue hit the road to celebrate the achievements of community champions across Wales.
Using food to bring together the whole community, each cookout sees Sam and Shauna host huge parties to reward the work of a variety of organisations and individuals. They start by showing how to prepare the feasts on a small scale before upscaling to feed hundreds at large cookouts.
Sam and Shauna's meaty road trip brings them to Brecon Mountain Rescue, where a team of volunteers work around the clock, ready to drop everything at a moment's notice if someone's life is in peril. To celebrate the tireless achievements of these brave rescuers, Sam and Shauna decide to put on a South American gaucho-style feast of lamb and campfire potatoes, plus their twist on a traditional Welsh cawl. With only a week to teach them how to cook the dishes, things take a sudden and dramatic turn when Sam and Shauna get caught up in a real-life rescue. Once everyone has had a chance to get their breaths back, the feast is prepared and cooked, and everyone gathers to eat and celebrate as part of the big cookout.
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|Executive Producer||Matthew Tune|
|Executive Producer||Liz Lloyd-Griffiths|
|Production Company||Boom Cymru TV Limited|