All your favorites, just a new look! Since we expanded and revamped our dining room, we decided to was time… Read more Check out our new menu!
Still searching for the perfect gift for the foodie or BBQ enthusiast on your list? Wiley’s is here to help!… Read more Wiley’s Holiday Gift Guide!
That’s what this time of the year represents…because we are now in the famine stage. In November and December we… Read more Feast or Famine
The General and I have had extremely bad luck with our computers this month. First, our Dell desktop died and… Read more Computer Disaster
As usual, their are many recipes TG and I want to try…especially the Spicy Pork and Tomatillo Stew which is pictured on the cover…. Here they the benefits: Promotes longevity Reduces heart-attack risk Lowers risk of heart disease Reduces risk of type 2 diabetes Lowers risk of stroke Cuts risk of cataracts Cuts risk of colon cancer Slows brain decline The article goes on to list the evidence.
In August, on our way to vacation at Lake Chautauqua in upper New York State with our good friends Sir Charles and Kathleen, TG was worried that the Lake might be too remote for him since I brought no reading material…. I was then put on the spot when Sir Charles went to his freezer and pulled out a standing rib roast and announced that we were having a dinner party Saturday night and I was to smoke the roast as well as other parts of the meal.
Blogging for the BBQ General is, I think, a bit harder than for most bloggers because we collaborate on almost every entry…so we both have to be “in the mood” and “available.” Thanks, Steve, for giving us a kick in the pants, and we will try to be more consistent!
After the first two hours, we had to come up with an alternate plan for preparing our menu for the party to be held later in the day. Six hours later and with the party under control we learn the cause of the outage….a very dumb squirrel!
First of all, as usual, we enjoyed the wonderful mountain air (especially since Savannah had been sweltering in the high 90’s and low 100’s with ultra high humidity). Also, the hospitality of Jane and Steve, the organizers, was amazing as it is every year and this was our 11th contest in a row with them…so you know they have something going on. Sixty teams gathered, some from as far away as Texas and all of the teams were “heavy hitters.”
Think about it-George comes home on Friday night after work and says, “Honey, I want to take you out to dinner tonight and let’s go eat BBQ at a sports bar!”… What I believe wasn’t addressed is the fact that they did not have enough variety in their overall menu to make non-BBQ eaters want to go there.