Backyard on the Grape is a barbecue competition without the barbecue competition (in a sense). Barbecue teams show up, they do compete and get judged, and there are winners.
The coronavirus outbreak has turned into a worldwide pandemic, affecting food competitions (and just about everything else). This morning, the Kansas City Barbecue Society issued its own guidelines for those events that aren’t being canceled during the ordeal.
Goodbye and good riddance, 2019. It’s 2020’s turn now. First we deal with the holiday fallout; for most of us that means gift returns and figuring out how to pay for the last month’s winter debauchery.
The Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS) today announced its plans to host a world championship barbeque competition.
This year’s Santa Anita Winners Circle BBQ Championship was huge. At least for California. With 103 teams battling it out for $X in prize money, it was the largest KCBS event in the state’s history.
Sometimes we get slow news weeks and I have to save up items just to give people a decent-sized post. This is not one of those weeks. From food competitions to seaweed beer and Doritos Roulette, there’s a lot to talk about.
My post-Vegas food coma (aka, the itis) finally ended so I’m back at the keyboard writing about motorcycles and food again. Woohoo! We’re starting the week off with Hot News and it’s all about reapers, roosters, and ribs.