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In this episode I discuss how to perfect real, competition BBQ. Making real, Southern BBQ is an art form and does require specialized equipment, the proper ingredients, and the right technique. However, PLEASE do not think that BBQ is just for the pros….anybody with the right smoker and ingredients plus the techniques I discuss can make competition quality (or better) BBQ at home with ease!
First off, here are a few photos of my recent smoke of some local ribs….I purchased these from Hickory Nut Gap Farm here in Asheville.
Making real BBQ is super fun and when you make it taste better then the local BBQ joint you’ll feel awfully proud. This is within your reach.
To find the best smoker go here for The Big Green Egg
Get a Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker These have gone WAY up in price since I bought mine..but for $299 it’s still a bargain.
Then I do advise you get some of my Harvest Eating Low n Slow Competition BBQ rub. and if you do decide to order some, please buy another can of spices because the shipping is much lower per product if you order more….just makes sense.
I hope this episode inspires you to give real BBQ a try. If you were interested in the bags I mentioned here are the links:
Red Oxx Bags Made in Billings Montana
Tom Bihn Made in Seattle Washington
Mei Packs Made in California