Just about everyone loves a barbecue. When referring to BBQ, different kinds of smoked meats, and sometimes the individual sauces and side dishes as well, come to mind. Brisket, barbecued chicken, shredded pork, baked beans, and potato salad are classic American foods, especially popular when summer rolls around. The less valuable cuts of any meat, whether it's beef, pork, or poultry, are the primary candidates for BBQ. These inexpensive cuts tend to be tough, perfect for the "low and slow" method that barbecuing encompasses.
BBQ can vary depending on which region of the country you live in. In Texas, beef is naturally king, but pork and poultry are the runners-up. Texas is so big and diverse, they have several BBQ variations. Here is a look at the four distinct styles that make up Texas barbecue.
There's a lot that goes into being a skilled smoked meats pitmaster. It takes trial and error and patience and time, not to mention making the sauce and sides. For your next event, consider choosing a catering professional like Bassett Caterers to create some BBQ for your next big event.Share
8 January 2016
Party planning is not my forte. I can do a lot of things, but putting together an event of any kind is not one of them. When it is my turn to host the family gatherings or put together a birthday party for my kids, I always struggled with the menu. I never knew what to serve my guests, so I started looking into hiring a catering service to prepare the food for me. After I eliminated the menu problems, planning parties became much easier. There are so many options of food services to use, so I created my blog to help others that share my lack of menu planning abilities get through their party planning a little easier.