Posts Tagged ‘bbq’

BBQ Like A Pro

We interviewed competitive barbecue chef Stephen Perrin about how to get the best results when cooking barbecue this summer.

 

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How did you end up becoming so interested in BBQ, was there one defining moment that made you fall in love with BBQ? 

During a trip to Whistler, I visited a local barbecue restaurant called Dusty’s and was fascinated by their smoking and grilling techniques and the overall concept of a BBQ joint. I was excited by the challenge to try out a whole new style of cooking since I was coming from a fine dining, classical style and decided to open up my own spot.  Continue »



Feast on the Flavours of the American South

chow time!

This Sunday, September 30th, is a great day to help yourself to some great Southern comfort Food. From four p.m. until nine p.m., a merry busload of culinary adventurers will be touring the town and sampling some of the tastiest Southern vittles around. Continue »



The Condiments Aisle: Mayonnaise

Nothing says summer like the barbeque. Grilling hamburgers and hotdogs is almost a national obsession. With so much effort put into a secret hamburger recipe, or the care we all take in grilling the perfect hot dog, it is a wonder that we settle for second best when it comes to doctoring our them up on the bun. Continue »



Sandwich of the Month – Pulled Pork & Coleslaw

It’s May and considering we did a vegetarian sandwich last month, we thought we’d do something full of meat. This sandwich requires that you make most of the components from scratch but it is well worth the work and pulled pork is honestly the easiest thing in the world to make. Get yourself a pork neck or pork shoulder and braise it in ginger ale or coke for 3-4 hours until it’s fall-apart tender. Let cool.

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