It’s both good and bad when the 4th of July falls on a Wednesday. What’s bad is obvious – it’s humpday for heaven’s sakes, and no one gets to enjoy a long weekend free from work. What’s good is that it creates an automatic occasion for folks to fire up a grill and cook outdoors 3 or more times in one week!
My Carolina Today gets ready for the Oscars with great movies, great recipes and Outta The Park BBQ Sauce. In his weekly Edible Whole Foods segment, noted author and publisher Fred Thompson connects this year’s Academy Awards with simple and delicious foods inspired by scenes and settings from this year’s Best Picture Nominees.
Having grown up in North Carolina, I was taught that the word barbecue is a noun for the most part and it's something folks eat that's typically pork in nature and shredded, served with a delightful vinegar based dressing.
One of the unique things about our BBQ sauce is its versatility. Yes, it's tasty on ribs and chicken and beef and the standard foods you put on a grill. But have you tried it on salmon yet?