Monday, 20 August 2012

The Art of Southern Barbecue Demonstration


Smokin’ Atlantic Canada
The Art of Southern Barbecue

What: A demonstration of the finer arts of cooking REAL SOUTHERN STYLE BBQ, especially for competition, and conversation with cooks, judges, & contest administrators

When: Saturday, August 25th, 11a.m. -- 4 p.m.

Where: The Parkette at Barrington Street and Inglis Rd., Halifax, NS (beside Boneheads BBQ Restaurant)

Who: Officials of the Canadian Southern Barbecue Association; the owner of Boneheads Barbecue Restaurant, and you -- backyard cooks; wannabe cooks; people interested in competition know-how; media and more.

Why: To get ready for Atlantic Canada’s first barbecue cooking contest!

Barbecue, a uniquely Southern American style of cooking -- more a lifestyle to some -- is catching on in Canada. More people are grilling, smoking and barbecuing (yes, there are differences: come learn!) and wanting to learn the finer points. Competitions are huge in the U.S.; you see them on TV regularly, it seems. They are growing in other parts of Canada, and efforts are underway to create a barbecue cooking competition in Nova Scotia -- the Atlantic Canada championship. It has a name: Maritime Meat Mayhem.
Many locally want to learn and check out what they need to know as they get ready to cook. The CSBBQA will show you the fine points of preparing for a contest; the time and money commitments as well as how to judge barbecue and what judges are looking for.
For more information, contact: 
Cindy Wheatley @ 902-407-4100 

Mike Callaghan, Pres. CSBBQA 
Cindy Wheatley, Boneheads BBQ
Harley Bloom, CSBBQA
Dave Carr, Head judge, CSBBQA

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