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Category Archives: Product Reviews
Have you come across a tool or gadget that made you wish you would have gotten your hands on sooner? Today’s review is of one of those products. Let’s check out The Meatrakes. A big thanks to Chris Johnson (aka Spyder J) for sending me these to use. Continue reading
I admit it. I’m a BBQ snob. Or, more accurately, I have standards. I expect good BBQ pork (whether it’s chopped, pulled, or slice) to be moist, tender, and flavorful. I also be able to taste the pork. So I’ve been hearing all the buzz about the Memphis BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich from Burger King…
If you recall sometime back, I did a dual review of sauces from Hog Heaven BBQ Sauces. Today’s review is also from Hog Heaven BBQ Sauces – Smokehouse Heat
Today’s sauce is local to North Carolina and is the official tomato-based BBQ sauce of the 2012 Democratic National Convention. From Asheville, NC, today’s sauce is 12 Bones Sweet Tomato Barbecue Sauce. A great big thank you to Chelsea from Crooked Condiments for providing me with the sauce to review!
Today’s review is a guest review by Shane Draper of Draper’s BBQ of the Texas Jr. Brush. I had a chance to see this tool in use at Memphis in May, and you’ll get to see some of my feedback in Shane’s review.
Montana is well-known for it’s bison and beef. BBQ? Not so much. So on my recent trip to Bozeman, MT, I scoped out my BBQ options. There was one option – Famous Dave’s. After reading a review from my friend Lionel, I was a bit nervous. I certainly didn’t want to go and have a terrible dinner, but I decided to take the plunge. I’m glad I did.