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Survey Compares Aussie and English Barbeque Attitudes
Date:8/4/2009

re Aussies prefer lunchtime 1:00pm - their parties lasting over 1.5hrs longer at 5.57 hours to the English 3.89

Aussie Vs English comparison

AXA PPP healthcare's Nutrition and Fitness behavioural expert Judy James analyses the two nations' barbecue profiles:

The English Barbecuer is relatively timid and status-modest alpha with nocturnal habits, preferring to barbecue in the evening and being no great fan of dressing up to do so - Aussies are much more aggressive and competitively alpha, taking more solo control of the barbie and enjoyment of showmanship and performance.

For the Englishman a Barbie is seen as a chance to up social status by providing food, whilst for Aussies the role is less about power and more about tribal sharing as guests are expected to bring their own to the altar.

The Aussie alpha display is more about demonstrating short bursts of power through physical presence as opposed to the longer-term strategic food-trading of the English barbecue psychology and typology.

AXA PPP healthcare's Nutrition and Fitness websitehttp://nutritionandfitness.axappphealthcare.co.uk/index.php?axacmp=pr/articles/bbq is the definitive one-stop resource for information and advice on topical healthy living issues featuring articles, exercises, recipes and videos compiled by leading UK specialists. A full range of healthy barbecue recipes are featured on the site.

* Research conducted online via Onepoll in July 2009. 2,000 Australians living in the UK were surveyed along with 2,000 English men and women.

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