Burning Ram is just around the corner. If you haven’t gotten the memo, it’s not just an event; it’s a foodie’s dream come true.

We already told you to come with a wild appetite, but that’s not all. We’ve got some more interesting tips to help you navigate the culinary wonderland you’re about to witness on Saturday.

Class is in session, grab your note pads!

Have a mission

Remember, you’re coming to the mecca of meat, so there’ll be loads of fun activities to keep you occupied. As a true foodie, decide the experiences that are most important to you ahead of the day, to avoid stories like “When and where did that happen?”

Arrive early

Doors open at 12 p.m., and we don’t do African time. OG foodies also know arriving to the party early is the ONLY way to avoid missing out on any goodies.

Bring your takeout packs

We told you there’ll be lots to win, eat and drink. There’ll also be lots to take home, so bring your own takeout bowls, packs and bags to make this as convenient for you as possible.

Attend the grilling masterclass

How else can you convince your ops that you don’t just eat food, you also create mouth watering delicacies? Chez Ro will drop gems on the art of grilling the tastiest meat come Saturday.

And the suya tutorial

Imagine combining your new grilling knowledge with suya making, you’ll be unstoppable. But this will only be vivid imagination if you don’t make it a date with Chez Ro.

Remember to tease your tastebuds

We’ll be having some culinary Michael Jacksons at Burning Ram, so you better prepare to shock your mouths and bellies with all the not-so-popular meat recipes that’ll be up for free tasting.

Come with your clan

We’re not saying you cannot come alone o, but what’s better than one foodie? Three foodies eating together. Think about it. Nothing will be too expensive because y’all can split the bills.

And your tickets

But you already know all these cannot happen if you don’t have your tickets to Burning Ram. You still have time to fix up, so see you soon.


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