When Todd “Doomer” Dooms offered to let me review his sauce, Doomer’s Q Sauce, I decided to do a little research. The reoccurring theme I kept seeing over and over and over again was “Maryland style”. What exactly is Maryland style? Let’s find out, shall we…
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As far as restaurants go, this is a departure from the typical restaurant that I would review on here. However, after seeing Jake’s Good Eats featured on Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives”, I knew I would have to check it out (especially since it’s located within a 10 minute drive of my house). After months of mentioning it to my wife, I finally convinced her to go to dinner there last night.
A few weeks ago, I participated in BBQ sauce giveaway on BBQ Sauce Reviews, not really expecting to win. Because, you know, that’s just how I roll. Well lo and behold, I actually won! The prize was two different items from Uncle Joe’s BBQ. Today’s review is for their Honey Mesquite Sauce in a Bag.
Tonight was a night of unexpected opportunities. My wife had planned on cooking dinner tonight. However, I was unable to get one of the main ingredients for the planned meal, so those grand plans fell through. She finally suggested that I do the Hot-n-Nasty Burgers that I did earlier this week. Turns out this was the perfect opportunity to try out the Spicy BBQ Sauce from Uncle Kenny’s BBQ!
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!