A short ride from the airport is real pit BBQ. We stopped over here after a business meeting for dinner and had the poppers, brisket, fresh cut fries and more. Generous portions and smooth smoke served dry with two choices of sauce. Beans are serve yourself out of a giant pot. The jalapeño cheese bread […]
Trolls, Goats and… Clowns. That doesn’t seem like a good way to start a review but stick with us. For Father’s Day this year, we visited Seattle’s own Fremont District, a mix of eclectic hipster vibe, young families, and breweries. After the obligatory sacrifice made at the Fremont Troll, my youngest suggested we go to Fremont Brewing […]
Turn your growler into a mini-keg with GrowlTap, our video first look.
These must-visits off the downtown trail do not disappoint.
Visiting the Big Green Egg’s new HQ!
Congratulations to Jack Timmons, proprietor of Jack’s BBQ, winner of Seattle Weekly’s annual “Best Of”. As Seattle Weekly puts it, “In a city where barbecue joints don’t tend to stick to regional styles, Jack’s large, no-frills space stands out as a Central Texan tribute, on a lonely strip of Airport Way in Georgetown.” We first […]
Released in 2005, The Cook’s Illustrated Guide to Grilling and Barbecue holds up incredibly well in today’s age of techno-wizardry now invading the art of fire and meat. If you’re not familiar with The Cook’s Illustrated, their labs are among the most impressive in the world, a kind of “Consumer Reports” of cooking that can […]
Just in time for Labor Day – Andy Husbands and Chris Hart are back with, “Wicked Good Burgers“, the follow up to the amazing, “Wicked Good Barbecue“. From the authors: Wicked Good Burgers ain’t your daddy’s patty on a bun. The upstart Yankee team that revolutionized barbecue with their upset win at the Jack Daniel’s World […]
It’s rare we find a product so much, that we have to buy them for pretty much everyone we know. Grill Grates are just such a product. So simple, yet effective, the Grill Grates convert any gas, wood, or lump grill into a high-heat searing station. I’ve had my Grill Grates for a year now, […]
We know what you’re thinking. A cheap plastic board or any large stick of wood should work fine as a cutting board. But this is the Tesla of cutting boards. With enough space to take appetizers and steaks out to the grill and plenty of room for au jus to run off the board leaving […]