Monthly Archives: October 2011

Barbecue and Drinks

Almost everyone has their own idea about what constitutes real barbecue. From state to state and certainly around the world, there are varying barbecuing styles, techniques, sauces, and even cuts of meat. While it’s true that everyone has their own … Continue reading

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Barbecue Terms Explained

While many people love the taste of good ole’ fashion barbecue, many may not be aware of the barbecue lingo, or “pig talk” as some like to call it. For those who are curious about some of the more commonly … Continue reading

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Flavorful Ways to Cook a Turkey

Each year, many families wind up with dried out turkey for Thanksgiving. In most cases, this is because of the uneven avian anatomy rather than the human error. However, nobody likes to consume subpar Thanksgiving turkey.  The following are some … Continue reading

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Interesting Facts about Barbecue

Starting out as a Southern US tradition, barbecue has grown to be loved by millions all over the United States and the world. As soon as warm weather hits, the barbecue grills become the preferred way to eat almost any … Continue reading

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Cook Out Ideas for Tailgaters

Bennett Brown, of LowCountry Barbecue, recently stopped by Good Day Atlanta (Fox 5) to share some of his secrets about cooking, fall recipes and football-friendly recipes. Check it out! Cook Out Ideas for Tailgaters: MyFoxATLANTA.com

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