Last week, Dave DeWitt emailed this pic to a select group of us and a couple of captions later, we thought it’d be a great idea to let our readers duke it out with their entries in our first photo caption contest. You’ve got until Monday, April 29th to hit us with your best shots.
And with a payday like this, he’ll be able to afford it. The anonymous tuna slayer who captured this 489 pound bluefin tuna got a huge buyout to go with it.
McIlhenny Company is commemorating the big game and the “Big Easy” with a limited edition bottle of Tabasco Original Red
This is the perfect house for any outdoor cooking freak!
I had to follow the Parents of Murdered Children on the Gary Collins Show in 1991.
A walk through the rows of teams at any of the hundreds of barbecue contests held throughout the country can be quite an eye opening adventure, particularly to the inexperienced. It goes without saying you will be quite amazed at the shapes, sizes, and styles of the many cookers being used by the teams to prepare their products. You’ll see everything from a huge professionally made unit to a 55 gallon drum converted into a smoker in someone’s backyard.
Earlier this week, Scott Granai at Outta the Park Eats, Inc. hipped us to a new photo contest on Pinterest which his company is co-sponsoring with Whole Foods and igourmet. The contest theme is “Feed Your Crowd,” and the grand prize is a $500 gift card from Whole Foods Market. You can also win daily prizes as well–$20 igourmet gift cards, plus a free bottle of Outta the Park Original BBQ Sauce.