To celebrate, and remember the fallen, here are a few playlists from around Spotify for every mood.
After the Big Game, a few friends were asking for my recipe for Pulled Pork so here goes. It’s a bit of a mix of my favorite recipes so consider this to be tips and tricks. First off, be sure to make enough so you have leftovers for friends and co-workers as well. Tip of the hat […]
These must-visits off the downtown trail do not disappoint.
Enter The Coolest Cooler, a product that has over 60,000 people screaming, “Shut up and take my money”.
How Searzall’d S’mores in Cast Iron Skillet saved our camping trip.
Have you ever wondered what brining really does to a piece of meat? We went the distance this weekend with tremendous results. But first, let’s start with the question – “What is Brining”? According to Wikipedia: “Brining is a process similar to marination in which meat or poultry is soaked in brine before cooking. [This] makes […]
An impressive punch in a small package.
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 […]
The BBQ Dragon is a fire-starting tool that starts charcoal faster than a chimney without using lighter fluid, controls the heat of grills and smokers, revives smoldering fires, and scares cats off of counters. It works by blowing large amounts of low-velocity, cool air at fires, providing them with more oxygen so they burn hotter […]