You all know that I’m a huge fan of stuffed burgers. In particular, my favorite is my “Hot ‘n Nasty” burger stuffed with cheese and diced jalapeno peppers. Today’s review is of a product that will assist in making those stuffed burgers: the Stufz Ultimate Stuffed Burger System. Continue reading “Review of the Stufz Ultimate Stuffed Burger System”
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 “Taking the Meatrakes for a Spin (and a Rake)”
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.
Several weeks ago, I published a review of the ThermoWorks TW8060 as reviewed by Shane Draper of Draper’s BBQ. This has easily been one of my most viewed blog posts thus far, and it is definitely a must-read! Shane paid very close attention to every facet of the product in testing it out. When I did my test cook using Socks’ Love Rub, it was a perfect time to review the ThermoWorks TW8060 myself!
Ladies and gentlemen, I’m super-excited to have a guest blogger for you today — Shane Draper of Draper’s BBQ. A proud veteran and entrepreneur, Shane has one of the best sauces and rubs out on the market today (that I’ve had the honor of reviewing). He’s also quite the pitmaster, having cooked with Team Tucker Cooker at Memphis in May. Today Shane reviews the ThermoWorks TW8060.
If you are heavily involved in the food or BBQ industry, you know of the Thermapen. If you don’t know of it, you should. And let me be the person to introduce the Thermapen to you. I want to give a big thank you to Jesse Black from ThermoWorks for sending me a Thermapen to review.
Sometime back, I started hearing about this new BBQ & grill cleaning tool on Twitter. Not too long after, Annette Penney — director of social media marketing for The SKrAPr — contacted me and asked if I would be interested in trying out this tool. I’m always looking to try out new tools and gadgets, so how could I refuse? So ladies and gentlemen, I present to you The SKrAPr GrILLr!
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In addition to being a BBQ and grilling fanatic, I’m also a bit of a techno junkie. It comes with the territory of working as a web and software developer during the day. So when asked if I wanted to try out a grilling app, who am I to refuse? So let’s dive in and take a look at GrillStar — BBQ Timer and Guide. It’s available for 99 cents in the Apple App Store.
My apologies for having been away for a while. Real life tends to do that every now and then. Since I actually got home from work tonight at a semi-reasonable hour (read: not after 11pm), I decided to fire up the grill for some burgers. However, I did not intend to grill just any old plain burgers. Oh no… tonight was time to break out the Burger Pocket Press!