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As avid readers of this blog may have noticed, our posts have become few and far between in recent months. The truth is, we have found another love...the launch of Grilling.com. Officially debuting this week, Grilling.com content is being overseen by Smoke In Da Eye's own pitmaster. Check out the official announcement below and we'll be sure to add new content here as frequently as possible.New Website Launched by the Makers of
Kingsford® Charcoal Creates First-Ever Online Hub for Members of the
Grilling Community to Interact, Learn and Share
SmokeInDaEye.com recently visited Cochon 555, a multi-city event
dedicated to celebrating heritage breed pigs. In addition to tastings
from five top name chefs, this year's event featured a butchering
contest in which two highly skilled individuals looked to break down
half a pig in the fastest time.
This past weekend Pellet Envy hosted 40 students at our cooking class in Overland Park, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City. Folks from several states attended and while the class typically averages attendees from about fifteen states, this class was unusually loaded with people from Kansas and Missouri.In addition to many obsessed barbecue fans, the class included Mike Williams from Clinton, Missouri.
First of all, sorry for the lengthy break between posts but things have been a little hectic (more to come on that later).
We did, however, get a chance to sit down with several competition BBQ cooks during our hiatus and reminisce about their earliest barbecue and grilling memories. Here's the result...
- SmokeInDaEye.com , Home of Bigger, Badder, Bolder Competition BBQ(c)