Have a BBQ Recipe You’re Willing to Share?
We’d love to publish it!
As you may know, destination-bbq.com is a relatively young site. It began as a family blog detailing our experiences with a Summer BBQ Tour in 2012. Only in the last few months have we begun to make it more than that.
We have several ideas for the site (and are always happy to listen to your ideas) as it continues to grow, and the next back burner project to soon get a bit more heat will be a section dedicated to recipes and cooking SC BBQ and its various sides.
We are hoping you might help with that.
Today, we are reaching out to ask for recipes you might be willing to share. We know BBQ, especially in SC, is a deeply personal and often private endeavor, so we certainly understand if you’d prefer not to, but if you are so inclined, we would love to publish your best BBQ recipes.
Do you have a great sauce that everyone compliments you on? Have you developed any special techniques to make the best pulled pork in your circle? Is there a family favorite that has been handed down over the generations? What sides are a must at your BBQ table?
If you are willing to share that with us, we would be more than happy to give you full credit, unless you’d prefer to remain anonymous. To share, click the link below:
Clicking the link above should open a new email in your email client and pre-populate the email with a place to put all the info we need to publish your recipe. If the email link above does not work, just send me an email here:
Please include the following info (if available):
- Your name (or anonymous)
- A photo of the dish
- Name of the dish
- Description or story about the dish
- Ingredient list with quantities ( 1 cup, 2 teaspoons, etc)
- Instructions – step by step guide to making the dish
- Prep Time estimate
- Total cooking time
Note: sharing a recipe implies that you give us permission to publish your recipe, crediting you, on our website or in any future publication we might produce.
Now, it wouldn’t be fair to ask you and not share a recipe in return. So here is a link to my wife’s recipe for what is simply the best mustard sauce I have tried anywhere. Like most recipes, it wasn’t originally ours. She found it somewhere a long while ago, but everyone in our circle, us included, thinks of it as ours.
Here it is, straight from her mustard-stained index card:
Thanks and enjoy,