Learn how to barbecue from the best! During this BBQ podcast series on The Travel Bite Podcast, hear from three different award-winning teams share their favorite barbecue tips for grilling at home. You can listen to each episode below, or download the shows to your phone using the Podbean Player for iPhone or Podbean on Google Play.
Barbecuing Tips From Matty Of The Award-Winning Salty Rinse BBQ Team
Rachelle chats with Matty Boudreau, member of the Salty Rinse BBQ Team and Executive Chef at Baron’s Cove Restaurant in Sag Harbor, NY. Matty and his team have competed in countless BBQ competitions including Memphis in May where they placed 2nd in Whole Hog and 1st in Poultry. During this episode, Matty shares his favorite BBQ tips for the home BBQ enthusiast.
Grilling Tips With Clint Cantwell of Grillocracy
During this episode, Rachelle chats with Clint Cantwell, Editor of Grillocracy.com about his tips for summer grilling. In addition to Grillocracy, Clint is also the video content director of AmazingRibs.com, pitmaster of Smoke in da Eye competition barbecue and grilling team, and winner of Travel Channel’s “American Grilled.” Clint was named one of the “10 Faces of Memphis Barbecue” by Memphis Magazine in May 2015, he is a contributor to TheDailyMeal.com, and he has recurring grilling segments on both CNN’s HLN and WREG-TV.
Lexington, North Carolina, is known for their legendary BBQ. During this episode, Rachelle chats with Rick Monk, owner of Lexington BBQ, the most famous barbecue restaurant in Lexington, North Carolina. His family opened the restaurant in 1962, and since then they’ve been named by USA Today as one of the 10 Best Southern BBQ spots, and Southern Living Magazine named them the Best BBQ in North Carolina. She also chats with Stephanie Saintsing about the The Lexington Barbecue Festival. The festival was named by Conde Nast Traveler and People Magazine as one of the Top Fall Food Festivals to visit, and Fodor’s named it one of America’s Best Small Town Festivals.