People sometimes think that eating gluten-free foods means giving up taste and variety, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Check out these five gluten free barbecue sauces that will tingle your taste-buds and have you – and your non-gluten-free friends – coming back for more!
There have been more than a few long-lived debates in the barbecue world – dry rub vs. sauce, Kansas City style vs. Memphis style, beef vs. pork – but among all those who live in the realm of smoking meat, the debate rages between using dry wood or soaked wood to impart the most flavor to the meat. Some pit … Read More
Is there such a thing as too much barbecue? No way! At least, not for most of us. You take a deep breath in to experience the tantalizing smells coming from the meat being fired up on that grill, as it lay there and sizzles away while getting those signature grill marks we love so much. As it cooks, you are only left with … Read More
For those of us with an unquenchable thirst for hot sauce, finding odd food items to add hot sauce to is a fun adventure. From meats to veggies to pasta, we put it on everything! In this article, however, we will be mainly focusing on the sweeter side of the spectrum with more mundane things, such as ice cream and Mayan mochas, as … Read More
Cinco de Mayo isn’t the only great time to break out the chipotle barbecue sauces. Studies have shown that the smoky little peppers used to make the sauces are rich in beneficial capsaicinoids, antioxidants and phytochemicals. So they’re excellent at keeping one’s intake of essential, disease fighting ingredients up to par. That said, anytime is perfect for a meal or … Read More
We all know someone who adds hot sauce to nearly everything, right? Hot sauce on eggs, Mexican and Asian dishes and potatoes are a given, but there are definitely more unusual uses. While some are downright cringe-worthy (hot sauce on Oreos, anyone?), others deserve a try. For instance, hot sauce is absolutely divine on popcorn. The soft, buttery popcorn flavor skyrockets … Read More
Derived from cornstarch, High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) is found in a number of food items, including soda, salad dressing, candy, and barbecue sauce. It is often used because it extends the shelf life of certain foods without detracting from their flavor. Even so, a number of health issues are related to this additive, making high-fructose free barbecue sauces a … Read More