A friend of mine named Pete Voss posted this photo tonight from 3 Pigs Bar-B-Q in Bellevue. According to Pete they serve All You Can Eat Ribs every Wednesday AND it looks like they have a nice stock of IPA's to wash down the meaty goodness!
I'll let the bones do the talking!
Learn more at 3pigsbarbq.com
Forget the tired old bowl of chili for your Super Bowl party. John Stage of Dinosaur BBQ gives you the barbecue version of chicken cacciatore!
John Stage takes this classic Italian chicken dish to a whole new level in this week's episode of Dude Food! Using all the tips and tricks that have made Dinosaur BBQ in New York such a huge name in food, John blends together his amazing barbecue recipes with Cajun spices and spicy Andouille sausage to dude-ify classic chicken cacciatore.
I've been following Ray "Dr. BBQ" Lampe since day 1 of aquiring my Big Green Egg. Ray recently released his latest book "Slow Fire: The Beginner's Guide to Barbecue"
Great barbecue is as simple as meat, fire, smoke, and time. This ode to authentic meaty goodness gives barbecue beginners an essential guide to the tools, techniques, and recipes needed to make smoky, mouthwatering, fall-off-the-bone meats. And seasoned smokers will learn a thing or two, too! Ray Lampe, a.k.a. Dr. BBQ, brings decades of expertise as a barbecue master, providing indispensable wisdom alongside 68 of the best recipes he has encountered in his long and wide-ranging career, from tantalizing mains such as Competition-Style Beef Brisket to lip-smacking sides such as Bacon and Blue Cheese Coleslaw. For both stove-top smokers and regular backyard grills, Slow Fire makes it easy to cook irresistible slow-cooked barbecue right at home.
You can learn mopre about Ray Lampe at DRBBQ.com