Think you have what it takes to be a true master of the grill? Think you have all of the skills to master the flame? Think you have the chops to turn out perfect chops, burgers, and steaks? Well now is your chance to prove it. McCormick® has partnered with Food Network for a contest to find the Grill Mayor of 2012. Continue reading “Become the Grill Mayor of 2012”
If you’ve been keeping up for the last month and a half, you’ll notice that there is a new contributor on here. I should have introduced him much sooner, but I’m a slacker. So better late than never. Please give a big welcome to Alan Bowman!
Today’s blog post is about veggies on the grill. I know what you’re thinking… who’s writing this, and what did they do with Big Wayner? Well I’m here to tell you that if you’re just grilling steaks and pork chops and chicken on the grill, then you’re missing out on so much more! Continue reading “Beyond the Protein: Veggies on the Grill”
I thought I was prepared for Memphis in May. I thought I had done enough research, talked to enough people, and planned enough to thoroughly prepare myself for what would occur. Plain and simple: I lied to myself.
Back in February, the committee for the 2012 Democratic National Convention (in Charlotte, NC) launched a search for the best BBQ sauces to be named the official BBQ sauces of the 2012 Democratic National Convention. Thirty different submissions were received in three categories: tomato based, mustard based, and vinegar based. Submissions ranged from homemade BBQ sauces to nationally recognized brands. The standard used in judging the various sauces was based on the South Carolina BBQ Society score sheet, scoring on a scale from 1 to 20 in four different criteria: aroma, taste, after taste, and overall impression.
Thanks to Lionel Bateman III for posting this on his Facebook feed.
So apparently the big secret is coming out now — Kingsford is planning to bring to market hickory-infused propane. Check out Patio Daddio BBQ for more details. This was my initial reaction at first…
As you may have heard in the news, the Midwest got rocked with some major storms. One of the hardest hit areas was Harrisburg, IL., where an EF4 tornado ripped through the town. Between 250-300 homes were destroyed in the small town of 9,100. One of the crews going out to assist in the aftermath is Operation BBQ Relief.