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Tag Archives: barbecue
I got home yesterday to find that there was nothing in the fridge to feed the family. And they were hungry. Hungry and quickly transitioning to hangry. What to do? Yes, that is correct, I turned to the Instant Pot. … Continue reading
Last weekend I happened to be near Dixie’s Barbecue on East Hastings just east of Main Street. Seeing as I had already eaten dinner, I decided to go to the “build your own BBQ platter” menu at Dixie’s so that … Continue reading
The barbecue scene in Vancouver has certainly improved over the last few years; there is the Hogshack out in Steveston, Dixies on Hastings Street, Peckinpah in Gastown, and of course a number of locations of Memphis Blues Barbecue House. Last … Continue reading
Okay, River Market at Westminster Quay has Crepe des Amis, Pamola Bakery, Donald’s Market, the Farmer’s Market all winter, and now the news has come out that Re-Up BBQ are moving into the neighbourhood! The barbecue wizards behind Re-Up have … Continue reading
Yesterday I stopped into The Ranch BBQ house on my way home and I tried their new teriyaki pulled pork sandwich. As I typically do, I tweeted about the delicious flavours of my first supper. As a result, my New … Continue reading
It seems like a lifetime ago but in reality it was just over a week ago that I visited the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver to do a little foodie tour. I started at the newly re-opened Save-On-Meats on W. Hastings, … Continue reading
I was driving through New Westminster’s Sapperton again today and was almost ready to pass out from hunger so I thought it was as good as any time to stop into The Ranch Barbecue and try the Pulled Pork Sandwich. … Continue reading
Here is the winning barbecued rib. I was actually holding a piece of the winning rib IN MY HAND!! Wine Country Q won first place with their pork ribs and their brisket. They got a second place for their pork … Continue reading
The kind people from Cascades Casino in downtown Langley invited me out to their site this weekend for The Canadian Festival of Chili and Barbecue. I missed yesterday’s chili cook-off but made it to the casino for today’s barbecue championship round. … Continue reading