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Man Crates Guide to Regions of Barbeque Sauce

THE O MAN CRATES * GUIDE * TO THE REGIONS OF BARBEQUE SAUCE If it were up to us, Barbeque would be a required course at all publicly funded schools. But since you probably wouldn't do all the reading anyway, we decided to put together the Cliff Notes for you. KEY FLAVORS OF BARBEQUE SAUCE TOMATO PEPPERS VINEGAR MUSTARD SUGAR TEXAS 5 MILLION Calves are born each year in TEXAS BRISKET 10-15 Hrs Any sojourner's visit to the lonestar state would be incomplete without experiencing their Barbequed Brisket. This "Light Tomato" sauce pairs spices and tart vinegar that penetrates the meat throughout cooking. KANSAS 15K CITY The worldwide Membership of the KANSAS CITY BARBEQUE SOCIETY it also hosts 400 RIBS competitions annually 8-10 Hrs Kansas City Barbecue sauce is the most common by far. Their "Heavy Tomato" sauce goes on thick and sweet, and it is ussually applied after the meat has cooked. NORTH CAROLINA OCTOBER is BBQ MONTH in Lexington N.C. SHOULDER 8-12 Hrs N.C.'s sauce is based purely on vinegar and peppery spices and is used both as a mop while grilling and a sauce afterwards. Their thin sauce can penetrates deep into the meat and since there is little sugar it can be used throughout the cooking process. PORK MEMPHIS BBQ Home of the Largest Annual COMPETITION In the World! RIBS 8-12 Hrs Alright, you got us, this isn't actually a sauce. But no survey would be compele without a mention of Memphis Barbeque, being one of the Barbeque capitals of the world. Memphis style is a dry rub, and while you can get your ribs "wet" or "dry", the dry rub is the real Memphis way. SOUTH The S. CAROLINA BBQ Association has rated CAROLINA 100 BBQ joints they'd drive A00 for ) WHOLE HOG 12-15 Hrs Their German heritage is evident in use of mustard in their Barbeque Sauce. While South Carolina boasts their own distinctive style of sauce, the state also produces all the other aforementioned styles. (866) 902-7260 MANCRATES.COM mancrates

Man Crates Guide to Regions of Barbeque Sauce

shared by Man.Crates on Aug 07
We felt that American Barbeque regions were important enough to get their own infographic explaining the character and differences between the regions. And telling you how many cows are born in Texas.




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