Location: Oshawa, Canada
Cost: Only available in select stores in Canada (So make some friends north of the border and have them send you some.)
A few weeks back I had the pleasure of meet Wifred Reinke of Oshawa Ogre’s Views, News & BBQ’s, also known as @oshawaogre on Twitter. He, Big Wayner and I met for lunch and enjoyed a great meal of BBQ together. After lunch Fred gave me a bottle of Horn Dawgs Sauce to try. I gladly accepted and told him I would review it.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Friday, February 24, 2012
Chicken and Noodles
I used a simple pasta recipe consisting of, 2 cups of flour, 3 eggs, 1tbls olive oil, a pinch of salt and 1 tsp of garlic powder. Mixing the dough was simple but the next parts took some doing. I don't have a pasta maker. I hand rolled the dough and cut it with a pizza slicer.
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Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Review: Give 'em some Love. Socks' Love Rub
Creator: Socks' Love Rub Co
Location: Duluth, GA
Cost: 5oz Shaker $5.50 + shipping and handlingLink: Socks' Love Rub
I decided I needed to post something on Valentines Day and thought that Socks’ Love Rub would be appropriate. A friend (@bbqpairadise) shared the love and sent me a bottle of Socks’ Love Rub to try out. I had heard good things about it and had wanted to try it. I was wondering what to try it on and decided that since I received it right before the Super Bowl I would try it on the ribs I planned to make. I’m glad I did.
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Labels: pepper, Pork, pork-chops, review, ribs, Rub, Socks' Love, spice, spicy
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Swine 'n Dine for Charity
|Team Swine 'n Dine: Frank Fields, Rob Ford,|
Mike Bonn. Not pictured, Preston Cornett.
In the emails we sent back and forth, Rob gave me the history of his team, Swine ‘n Dine. It is made up of four members; Rob Ford, Frank Fields, Preston Cornett, and Mike Bonn. They started to cook at their neighborhood festival and sold sandwiches and pork butts and all the proceeds went back to the neighborhood. They really enjoyed cooking together and decided to cook for the neighbors once again. Their neighbors liked what they were cooking and asked if they would do it again for a third year. The team went from cooking 150lbs of pork to 400lbs per cook.
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Labels: 24HOB, Bar-B-Q, BBQ, beer, catering, charity, Charlotte, cooking, Fund Raiser, Pork, pulled pork, review, ribs, smoker, smoking, wings, yummy
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Super Bowl Sunday
|Our SUPER Super Bowl Screen|
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Labels: appetizer, bacon, BBQ, Chicken, cooker, good, MOINK, Pork, ribs, Rub, sauce, Super Bowl, ThermoWorks, wings, yummy
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