You Gotta Try It: World Champion BBQ Sauces Right Here in Lebanon!


Submitted 22 days ago
Created by
Katie Donovan

Take your bbq sauce experience to the next level.  

Slather on these sauces made by world champion bbq experts across the country and tantalize your tastebuds.

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Ready to give it a shot?

Head on over to Brew and Que, an online store that specializes in bbqs from different regions (like Texas, Carolina, Alabama, Memphis, Kansas City).  You can read here for more information about each region's bbq here.

Gene Driscoll, owner of Brew and Que, loves BBQ and sought out world champion bbqers from different regions and was amazed at how good they each were, unlike anything you get in the store, he says.  

It's a one stop shop for making a mouth watering meat experience: all the best bbq sauces and rubs in one spot.  You can enjoy delicious marinated meats in your own kitchen tonight.

Not sure where to start?

Buy a sample or gift pack.

Or choose Gene's favorite, Willingham’s Wham Seasoning Original Mild, which he says is perfect no matter how you cook the meat: bake, broil, grill, or smoke. 

If you're not buying a sample or gift pack, rubs range in size from 5.8 to 13.5 oz and sauces are 16 oz. 

How do you use it?

So you're ready to dive into delciousness but how do you use these great products?

Easy.

Here are Gene's tips:

Rubs:

Sprinkle on your meat or protein of choice. Let sit for a half an hour to overnight.  Then choose your cooking method of choice: bake, broil, smoke, or grill.  

If you want to use a sauce, add it at the end to avoid burning, or just use the sauce for dipping.  You can get more expert advice and tips on the vidoes from Big Bog Gibson BBQ out of Alabama.  

Looking for a Recipe to Try?

Here's a recipe from Suckle Busters Chicken Wing Seasoning, which is a mild seasoning that hails from Texas:

  • Rinse 18-24 wings in cold water and dry
  • Add wings and 4-6 TBSP into ziplock bag. Close and shake bag until wings are covered.
  • Remove from bag and place on grill at medium heat
  • Cook until done (juices will run clear)
  • Brush on BBQ sauce just before removing from grill
  • Serve immediately

You can also try Bone Suckin Chicken Seasoning from the Carolinas.  

  • Preheat oven 350F
  • Rinse Chicken and pat dry
  • Rub chicken generously with Bone Suckin Chicken Seasoning and place covered oven proof dish (about 1 TBSP of seasoning per pound of meat)
  • Cook at 350 for 1 hour 15 minutes Make sure your chicken reaches 165F internal temperature and juices run clear. Let rest 10 minutes before serving

Bonus...local pickup at InfuseMe!  Shipping is flatrade $7.99 for orders under $50 and free shipping on orders over $50.  

I'm adding Brew and Que to me Upper Valley to try list.  I definitely have not entered the bbq cooking arena, as I don't even own bbq sauce in my fridge (but I like).  Now I have ideas on how to use it.  Maybe InfuseMe can provide samples too?  Hm...

You can read more tips at The Thankful Spoon.  For ideas on things to do around the Upper Valley, check out, including day trips check out Upper Valley Fun.  

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