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NOW that summer is in full swing loads of us are heading outside to enjoy our favourite summer foods.

In fact, adults will get through 970 burgers, 794 hot dogs and 838 kebabs in their lifetime - as they enjoy 441 barbeques.

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A study of 2,000 Brits found they typically host three and attend four cookouts every year.

This means that they're enjoying up to 750 ribs, 882 chicken pieces and 705 pork chops – or the plant-based equivalent - over the course of their lifetime.

When it comes to sides, 838 portions of potato salad will be enjoyed along with 794 corn-on-the-cobs and 838 servings of crisps.

In fact, each time adults host a barbeque, they predict their party gets through six loaves of bread, nine burger buns and eight hot dog rolls – despite only inviting four guests on average.

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The research was commissioned by long-life bakery brand Baker Street and found people expect to have four BBQ's this summer.

It wouldn't be a proper British summer without some rain, it turns out more than half have experienced a barbie in the rain, resulting in the party sheltering indoors, under a gazebo, or cooking food in the oven instead.

But 38 per cent of people believe it’s typically British to have barbeques come rain or shine, while 24 per cent embrace the occasions regardless.

Baker Street’s commercial director, Chris McLaughlin, said: “Our research shows just how passionate the nation is about having barbeques - no matter what the weather.

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“Summer automatically means getting the grill out for many Brits - but we’re all familiar with running indoors due to the unpredictable weather, cooking food in the oven rather than on the barbie and that extra pack of buns for unexpected guests.

“The numbers really put into perspective how many outdoor get togethers we’ll enjoy over the course of our lives and it’s nice to see how many people are gearing up for barbeques this year.

“Despite our best-laid plans, our outdoor occasions can get rained off, which is why our long-life burger buns and hot dog rolls are a summer staple to have in the cupboard."

The study also found when hosting, Brits typically end up with four uneaten sausages, five leftover burger patties and a further five hot dog rolls.

Almost a third admitted they are guilty of buying more food than is needed, spending an average of £78.50 in the process.

However, three in 10 admitted they have attended someone else’s garden gathering without warning.

As a guest, 49 per cent take along alcohol, while 20 per cent arrive with baked goods and 16 per cent provide dips.

Only 17 per cent prefer hosting barbeques with 62 per cent opting to attend someone else's instead.

Classic burgers (53 per cent), hot dogs (44 per cent) and salad (40 per cent) are what people believe are the most ‘staple’ foods to serve.

Yet those polled via OnePoll also like to dish up chicken pieces such as breasts or drumsticks (33 per cent), potato salad (31 per cent) and grilled vegetables (20 per cent).

Chris McLaughlin added: “The research delivered some more surprising stats too, with those in Northern Ireland attending more barbecues in a typical year than anywhere else in the UK – proving we’ll get the grill on no matter the weather.

“With a quarter of Brits planning to have more barbecues than usual this summer, after years of not being able to do so one thing is for sure – we could do with some decent weather.”

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A TIKTOKER has revealed a nearly surefire way to boost your income this holiday season, and the side hustle only requires you to have access to a computer.

The TikTok account The_Momtreprenuer creates content on easy side hustles and how to quit your 9 to 5 and make money online.

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The_Momtreprenuer often shares new side hustle ideas to her followers, but recently she disclosed a way to make $100 an hour in easy money.

How to make the money

The_Momtreprenuer outlined that in order to bring in this extra cash, you’ll need to go to the website userinterviews.com.

Once there, you can sign up for a free account and browse studies.

UserInterviews is a platform that connects researchers and study participants.

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Most studies pay somewhere between $15 and $500, and the topics can range from artificial intelligence, travel, health and diet and more.

Studies can be conducted in person, over the phone or online.

There’s also a variety of types of studies, including one-on-one interviews, focus groups or multi-day studies.

You can filter through all these study formats as well as the pay you’re looking to earn.

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“I like to pick the highest incentive,” The_Momtreprenuer said. 

These are the studies that pay the most.

You can apply for any of the studies you want, and there’s absolutely no experience necessary.

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UserInterviews is far from the only platform that offers you a chance to get paid to participate in a study.

You can also take surveys for points that earn you cash on sites like Survey Junkie or American Consumer Opinion.

Companies use these sites as resources to get feedback for new products or current offerings.

You can also find focus group studies at universities by contacting their research departments, and many of them are paid.

How to tell if focus group is legitimate

In searching for different paid studies, it’s important to use legitimate websites to avoid being scammed.

You should never have to pay to participate or share information like your Social Security or credit card number.

You can check each focus group’s reputation on Better Business Bureau to make sure the offering is the real deal.

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In times of extreme inflation, Americans are increasingly turning to side hustles for financial help.

There are a variety of options available beyond just applying for paid studies.

Another simple side hustle is content writing.

To get started, you can head to a website called Text Broker where you sign up as an author.

The website has a page calculating your earnings based on how many words you type.

For example, Text Broker will pay $462 for 8,400 words.

If you’re tech-savvy, you can also make tens of thousands of dollars in just a few days by buying and reselling viral products on Shopify.

One entrepreneur is able to make over $9,000 per month by working side hustles through TaskRabbit, completing odd jobs and manual labor for those who need it.

Additionally, if you don't want to invest money in side hustles like ecommerce, you can instead invest a little bit of your time.

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