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Today’s Five for Friday post is brought to you by a good friend of mine – Shane Draper of Draper’s BBQ. Shane will enlighten all of us about some misconceptions people have when it comes to being a small batch BBQ sauce/rub maker.
Each year, the National Barbecue Association has its Awards of Excellence competition, recognizing the best products in barbecue across 25 different categories. For the 2014 Awards of Excellence, over 500 entries were received! Results were announced at the 2014 NBBQA Conference in San Marcos, TX. Below are the top 5 entries in each of the 25 categories. Congratulations to all who placed!!
As many of you may know, North Carolina is extremely rich in BBQ tradition — so much so that there is a supposed schism between east and west as to what BBQ really is. Whether it’s whole hog or just the shoulder, it’s all pig and magically delicious. I decided to make the trek to a BBQ joint that is lesser-known than its Lexington counterparts yet is not lacking for tradition — Whispering Pines B-B-Q.
It’s time for another Five for Friday. In this edition, I’ll be hitting on five different things you may have missed this week in the world of BBQ, grilling, and other things interesting. So no more wasting time! Continue reading
Last week I was slated to travel to take a 2-day training class. The good news was that I missed the huge winter storm that slammed North Carolina. The bad news: my class was in Atlanta. So instead of snow and ice, I got lots and lots of ice. But once the ice melted, I decided to hit up a few BBQ joints in and near to the Atlanta area.
It’s been a while since I wrote my last (and first) Five for Friday post. It’s about time I wrote another one – this time, I’ll highlight five blogs/sites (in addition to mine, of course) that you should be checking out! So without delay, here we go…