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barbeque Tag

  We pigged out on pork rinds, juicy BBQ, and listened to live music at the Atlanta Bar-B-Q Festival. The admission tickets were only $10 for two people if you bought the deal on Groupon. If you didn't get a chance to go, there's always next...

  I'm not sure if you guys remember Down Home With The Neelys, which was this show on the Food Network; if you're like me, you have to watch the Food Network to keep up with the blog, after all! ;)   But for those who don't watch it quite as religiously as I do, the Neely's are a husband and wife team who cook a ton of yummy foods, and kind of focus on southern cuisine, and really rich, down-home cooking of various meals.   They come from that Paula Deen vein of really rich, tasty, and decadent foods that are total comfort cuisines. Plus, they've got some southern barbecue flavor and flare to them, so you know that they know how to grill a good piggy!
In this blog, there is a recipe for a basic Southern-style barbeque sauce.

  The history of barbeque sauce can be traced back as far as 239 BCE in China. Master Chef I Yin wrote that a sauce for meats should be harmoniously balanced between sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and pungent. Every country in Asia used that harmonious balance for sauces for meats with ingredients indigenous to their region. Many modern Asian sauces use ketchup and corn syrup as part of their base.   Smoking meat was used by chefs in Europe to preserve meat and add flavor. Chefs in the Middle Ages use butter and vinegar to baste roasting or smoked meats. They often add herbs and spices to the butter.   The history of barbecue sauce in America has no specifically defined time line. It is said that Christopher Columbus brought a sauce back to Europe from Hispaniola (The Dominican Republic and Haiti) in the 15th century. Barbecoa was the term use for smoked meat by the Arawak natives in the Caribbean. They used the spices peppers, and other herbs to flavor their smoked meats.  

  Good afternoon pig lovers. It's been a bit since I've made a post. Wanted to inform you that I'm in the process of making video blogs. Also, we've had three BBQ events in the metro Atlanta area within the last few months. Reviews for the...