When thinking of Seattle, BBQ normally isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Most people probably conjure up images of Starbucks coffee, rainy afternoons, or an endless crowd of grungy flannel shirts. While each of those have certainly cemented their place in the city’s ever changing pop-culture, we’ve got our taste buds locked on a new line of BBQ rub that’s looking to re-brand the upper Northwest as the new BBQ hotbed.
Posted by Jason on March 28, 2011
Posted by Jason on May 18, 2010
Since KFC released their Double Down sandwich, I’ve had a hankering to sample the sandwich that’s proclaimed to be “so meaty, there’s no room for a bun!” Sporting two thick and juicy boneless white meat chicken filets, two pieces of bacon, two melted slices of Monterey Jack and pepper jack cheese and Colonel’s Sauce, I have high hopes that this meal will fit nicely into my meatatarian lifestyle!
Posted by Aaron on July 23, 2009
Recently Jason and I started doing a webcast for Sun Publications, aptly name “The BBQ Addicts Show“. I know, totally creative but I guess it gets the point across. I voted for “The BBQ Addicts Act Like Monkeys And Then Cook Show” but no one would agree with me. Here is a press release from Sun about the show for some additional info.
The show is going to be geared for beginners in the first few shows, then we’ll get into some more advance techniques including injections, making your own rubs and barbecue sauces, maybe even cooking the Bacon Explosion!
Posted by Jason on January 27, 2009
Yesterday we busted out our grilling skills to create a burger worthy of a Pittsburgh sized appetite. But as we turn our attention to Arizona for the second half of our Super Bowl feature, we’ll be shifting our culinary skills in a different direction to bring you the Anquan BREAD BOWL-din SOUP. Okay, if you’re a BBQ lover then a cup of soup may not be your cup of tea. Well, what if I told you this soup was actually a thick and hearty chowder?!?! Still not convinced huh…did I mention this chowder’s main ingredients are flame grilled corn cobs and smoke roasted chicken breasts? Yeah, I thought that would get your attention!
Posted by Aaron on October 30, 2008
I found this today over on BBQ Hub. Funny stuff!
Disclaimer: For all you people who don’t understand the internet…it’s called PHOTOSHOP. And even if not, BBQ Addicts does not condone the lighting of animals on fire before they’re dead. Unless they’re Lobster. And before anyone comments about Lobster, they do not have the ability to process emotional information and therefore do not experience suffering when you throw them in a boiling cauldron of water.