They also have a huge catering operation, and are especially great at catering upscale weddings:
We are proud to announce that the Pork Barrel BBQ Sauce – recently voted one of the best BBQ sauces in the nation at the 2009 Safeway National Capital Barbecue Battle – is now available for purchase for just $5.49 a bottle at our website PorkBarrelBBQ.com! For pork, beef, poultry and fish, our Pork Barrel BBQ Sauce is the perfect way to give your food a tangy, tasty flavor with a perfect smokin’ kick! Hungry yet? Click here to be one of the first to try our award winning Pork Barrel BBQ Sauce.
If you are really hungry – or just want to share Pork Barrel BBQ with your friends – order a case of the Pork Barrel BBQ Sauce or All American Spice Rub (that’s 12 bottles or jars) and get 50 cents off per bottle or jar at checkout – that’s like getting a free bottle or jar per case!
We’re proud of many of our accomplishments at Pork Barrel BBQ, but one that sticks out to us is the success we’ve had on Twitter. In the 5 months we’ve been on Twitter we’ve been able to build a loyal following and are proud to announce that we’ve passed 15,000 followers and are well on our way to 16,000. If you’re not following us on Twitter please go to http://twitter.com/porkbarrelbbq and follow us. We post a lot of our breaking news on Twitter first and frequent coupons for discounts on our products.
I’ve posted before on how important his love of the grill was and how much it has influenced me and helped get me to where I am today. Growing up my dad was like the postal delivery man of the grill – rain, sleet, snow, hail, sun, fog, hot, cold it didn’t matter, winter, spring, summer and fall he was outside grilling up chicken, ribs, brisket, pork shoulder, quail, corn, potatoes and just about anything else that can be grilled for our family meal.
So the most complete answer to how I got into BBQ and decided to turn my love for it into a business is because of my dad, a great teacher of many lessons to me. He taught me how to BBQ – from lighting a fire to seasoning meat. He, along with my mom, taught me that no star was out of my reach if I wanted to hold it in my hand – all I had to do was reach for it and work hard. They taught me the importance of doing whatever you are doing to the best of your ability – no one can ask more if you do your best. They also taught me about the importance of integrity, honesty and good communication – all traits we promise to bring to Pork Barrel BBQ on a daily basis.
Dad, thanks for sharing one of your passions with me because without your guidance and lessons there would be no Pork Barrel BBQ today.
My family just attended a great block party – of course, I was attracted to the BBQ grills. I took a photo of the three BBQ grills that had been rolled out of several backyards to create the temporary kitchen on the lawn. The food (burgers, hotdogs and bratwurst) was excellent (I had three brats and didn’t have to cook at all!), and the entire experience just affirmed why we founded Pork Barrel BBQ. There is something uniquely American about a great BBQ that lets people forget their worries and come together as a community. Particularly in these economic times, where there just seems to be an extra pressure surrounding everything, it was truly amazing to watch how 75 people celebrated the good things in life. If you want to bring this celebration to your backyard – be sure to try our All American Spice Rub!
We at Pork Barrel BBQ spend way too much time on the computer – but have found Twitter to be a great tool for connecting with BBQ lovers around the world! We are pround that Pork Barrel BBQ is the largest BBQ Twitterer and hope that you’ll continue to follow and support us by visiting us at http://www.twitter.com/porkbarrelbbq
We are proud to report that our mission of bringing championship BBQ into the backyards of all Americans took a big leap forward this weekend! We entered our first ever BBQ competition, and decided to try out our rub and recipes against some of the biggest and best BBQ’ers in the nation at the Safeway National Capital BBQ Battle – out of over 50 teams, we took 2nd place in the Best BBQ Sauce in the Nation competition and 4th Place for our Pork Shoulder covered in our All American Spice Rub:
We want to send special thanks to our family and friends who came to visit us and eat free BBQ. A special shout out goes to Rex with SavoryReviews.com.
And here’s the Pork Barrel BBQ family!
Here’s our pork shoulder getting going:
And here’s the finished product:
Here’s of shot of Heath and his amazing brisket (look at that smoke ring)!
Saturday June 27 is the Kansas City Barbecue Society Event and we will be preparing brisket and pulled pork.
Sunday June 28 is the Memphis in May Barbecue Event and we will be preparing ribs and pulled pork.
Come on down and say hi and enjoy the festivities. Admission for the event is just $10 for adults/$5 for kids ages 6-12/Free for kids 5 & under.
In addition to Pork Barrel BBQ’s Competition Barbecue Team there will be top competition barbecue teams from around the country vying for over $40,000 in cash and prizes. The Safeway Demonstration Stage will host celebrity chefs who will share their secrets with you through cooking demonstrations. Stop by The Safeway Sampling Pavilion for free food samples and recipes. There will be vendors selling barbecue from around the country (Memphis Ribs – Carolina Chicken-Texas Brisket) for your dining pleasure. In addition to great barbecue, there will be over 30 bands performing on 3 stages all weekend long.
The best thing about the weekend is that it is for charity. Admission to the Barbecue Battle includes a donation to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington.
For highlights of last years Barbecue Battle check out this page on the 2008 Barbecue Battle.