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Podcast by www.eatmorebarbecue.ca

    140. Wayne Mueller

    140. Wayne Mueller

    Welcome to Episode 140 of the podcast!

    Original Air Date: March 3, 2021

    The Eat More Barbecue Podcast is a proud part of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally Grown. Community Supported.
    This week’s network shoutout goes to Press Start to Join. Please visit www.albertapodcastnetwork.com for links to Press Start to Join and all the other great shows on the network.

    This episode of the Eat More Barbecue podcast is brought to you by:
    The Alberta Podcast Network

    And

    Park Power, your friendly, local utilities provider in Alberta.
    Offering Internet, Electricity, and Natural Gas with low rates, awesome service, and profit-
    sharing with local charities.
    In Alberta, you get to choose who to buy your internet, electricity and natural gas from. Park Power has low overhead, which in turn allows them to offer low, competitive rates.
    Reach out for a no obligation comparison by emailing estimates@parkpower.ca If you decide to switch, it’s easy. It’s really just a change to your billing and you can feel good
    knowing you are helping to give back to our communities with your utilities bill. Learn more at www.parkpower.ca

    Visit Louie Mueller Barbecue online at www.texasbbq.com. On Facebook they are at Louie Mueller Barbecue, Instagram is @louiemuellerbbq and on Twitter @LouieMuellerBBQ.

    All music on The Eat More Barbecue podcast has been graciously provided by Alan Horabin.

    Eat More Barbecue can be found online at www.eatmorebarbecue.ca & www.albertabbqtail.ca and my email is eatmorebarbecue@gmail.com

    Social media links:
    Facebook & Instagram at eat_more_barbecue
    Twitter @eatmorebarbecue

    Thanks for listening. Please subscribe, rate and review.

    This podcast is a production of Eat More Barbecue Digital Media.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    139. Shane Chartrand

    139. Shane Chartrand

    Welcome to Episode 139 of the podcast!

    Original Air Date: February 24, 2021

    The Eat More Barbecue Podcast is a proud part of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally Grown. Community Supported. This week’s network shoutout goes to The Turf District podcast, a weekly chat about the CFL with a slant on the soon to be renamed Edmonton football club.
    Please visit www.albertapodcastnetwork.com for links to The Turf District podcast and all the other great shows on the network.

    This episode of the Eat More Barbecue podcast is brought to you by:
    The Calgary Foundation, proudly supporting community needs for 65 years.
    Whether someone is battling depression, fleeing domestic abuse, or worried about putting food on the table, it’s times like these that inspire people to help others during a period of unprecedented needs.
    The Calgary Foundation is here to help. Through the generous support of donors, the Foundation offers a wide range of funding opportunities for organizations who share a common goal of building a healthy, giving, caring, and resilient community – one where everyone thrives.
    If you’re part of a registered charity looking for a grant, discover a wealth of resources at CALGARY FOUNDATION-DOT-ORG and learn more about the Calgary Foundation on their Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube channel.

    I’m joined this week by Chef Shane Chartrand. You can follow him on Instagram @shanemchartrand and on Twitter @chefchartrand. Check out his book Tawaw, available everywhere.

    All music on The Eat More Barbecue podcast has been graciously provided by Alan Horabin.

    Eat More Barbecue can be found online at www.eatmorebarbecue.ca & www.albertabbqtail.ca and my email is eatmorebarbecue@gmail.com

    Social media links:
    Facebook & Instagram at eat_more_barbecue
    Twitter @eatmorebarbecue

    Thanks for listening. Please subscribe, rate and review.

    This podcast is a production of Eat More Barbecue Digital Media.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    138. Johnna Lowther

    138. Johnna Lowther

    Welcome to Episode 138 of the podcast!

    Original Air Date: February 17, 2021

    The Eat More Barbecue Podcast is a proud part of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally Grown. Community Supported. This week’s network shoutout goes to Press Start to Join. Join hosts Josh and Allan on this weekly show as they discuss video games, TV, movies, comics, Star Wars and more.
    Please visit www.albertapodcastnetwork.com for links to Press Start to Join and all the other great shows on the network.

    This episode of the Eat More Barbecue podcast is brought to you by:
    Park Power

    Your friendly, local utilities provider in Alberta. Offering Internet, Electricity, and Natural Gas with low rates, awesome service, and profit-sharing with local charities.

    In Alberta, you get to choose who to buy your internet, electricity, and natural gas from. If you
    choose Park Power, you are choosing a positive local business. Plus, Park Power shares its
    profits with local not-for-profits that are working to make a difference for their communities.
    Shopping local is very important to Park Power’s owner, Kris Kasawski, and we
    love local here at the Alberta Podcast Network, so it’s a great fit.
    Learn more at www.parkpower.ca

    And

    Career Essentials, a new podcast from techlifetoday-dot-ca and NAIT.
    Career Essentials offers real-world advice and insight into different careers and career paths. It features the stories and experiences of NAIT alumni – with lessons for everyone.
    Discover perspectives, tools and tips essential to career growth and success – no matter what stage you’re at in your career journey.
    A recent episode you might find interesting features Edmonton chef Steven Brochu (Bro-shoe) of Milkcrate, who explains why mental health in the restaurant industry often gets ignored – and shares what he’s doing to change that.
    Find Career Essentials on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts.
    You can also find it at www.techlifetoday.ca/podcast

    Johnna Lowther is my guest this week, and she is also the host of the Life With Dementia Podcast on the Albert Podcast Network. Visit www.thedementiapodcast.org for more details on the podcast and all their social media links.

    All music on The Eat More Barbecue podcast has been graciously provided by Alan Horabin.

    Eat More Barbecue can be found online at www.eatmorebarbecue.ca & www.albertabbqtail.ca and my email is eatmorebarbecue@gmail.com

    Social media links:
    Facebook & Instagram at eat_more_barbecue
    Twitter @eatmorebarbecue

    Thanks for listening. Please subscribe, rate and review.

    This podcast is a production of Eat More Barbecue Digital Media.

    • 34 min
    137. Evan LeRoy

    137. Evan LeRoy

    Welcome to Episode 137 of the podcast!

    Original Air Date: February 10, 2021

    The Eat More Barbecue Podcast is a proud part of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally Grown. Community Supported. This week’s network shoutout goes to Life With Dementia, a monthly podcast hosted by Johnna Lowther that shares relevant research, personal stories and practical tips for communities surrounding dementia.
    Please visit www.albertapodcastnetwork.com for links to Life With Dementia and all the other great shows on the network.

    This episode of the Eat More Barbecue podcast is brought to you by:

    ATB's new podcast - The Future Of
    Join Todd Hirsch, ATB’s Vice President and Chief Economist, as he connects with special guests who offer unique and useful perspectives about the future. Explore how our economy and communities can not only brace for change, but embrace the opportunity it creates. From the future of women in business to the changing nature of work itself, The Future Of helps us understand what’s coming, and what we need to do today to get the tomorrow we want.
    Featuring two episodes each month, plus bonus episodes, The Future Of includes interviews with top community and business leaders from Alberta and around the world.
    Subscribe to The Future Of in the Apple Store, Google Play, Spotify and everywhere podcasts are found, and connect to ask your questions about the future by emailing thefutureof@atb.com.

    And

    Park Power
    Your friendly, local utilities provider in Alberta. Offering Internet, Electricity, and Natural Gas with low rates, awesome service, and profit-sharing with local charities.
    In Alberta, you get to choose who to buy your internet, electricity, and natural gas from. If you
    choose Park Power, you are choosing a positive local business. Plus, Park Power shares its
    profits with local not-for-profits that are working to make a difference for their communities.
    Shopping local is very important to Park Power’s owner, Kris Kasawski, and we love local here at the Alberta Podcast Network, so it’s a great fit. Learn more at www.parkpower.ca

    You can find my guest, Evan LeRoy on Instagram @evanleroybbq and Leroy & Lewis BBQ is @leroyandlewis. Find the restaurant online at www.leroyandlewisbbq.com where you can order online, buy merchandise and find links to their Patreon and New School BBQ University.

    This month’s Product Review featured Bow Valley BBQ. Visit www.bowvalleybbq.com to order online and also find retailers.

    All music on The Eat More Barbecue podcast has been graciously provided by Alan Horabin.

    Eat More Barbecue can be found online at www.eatmorebarbecue.ca & www.albertabbqtail.ca and my email is eatmorebarbecue@gmail.com

    Social media links:
    Facebook & Instagram at eat_more_barbecue
    Twitter @eatmorebarbecue

    Thanks for listening. Please subscribe, rate and review.

    This podcast is a production of Eat More Barbecue Digital Media.

    • 57 min
    136. Preserved YYC

    136. Preserved YYC

    Welcome to Episode 136 of the podcast!

    Original Air Date: February 3, 2021

    The Eat More Barbecue Podcast is a proud part of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally Grown. Community Supported. This week’s network shoutout goes to That’s A Thing? This is the show where Elizabeth explains modern social media phenomenon to her mom Karen.
    Please visit www.albertapodcastnetwork.com for links to That’s A Thing? and all the other great shows on the network.

    This episode of the Eat More Barbecue podcast is brought to you by:
    The Calgary Foundation
    Whether it’s funding anti-racism programs, addiction recovery, or food hampers for the hungry, for 65 years the Calgary Foundation has proudly supported the charitable community to address some of Calgary’s biggest challenges.
    Now, during this period of unprecedented urgent needs, Calgary Foundation renewed its commitment to building a healthy, vibrant, giving, caring, and resilient community.
    If you’re a registered charity looking for a grant, a professional advisor creating a giving plan for your client, or a donor wanting to give back to community, discover a wealth of resources at www.calgaryfoundation.org and learn more about their work through Calgary Foundation’s Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

    Vanessa from Preserved joins me on the show this week to talk about her business producing high quality preserved foods made entirely from local Alberta producers and she shares the news about a new line of cocktail mixers coming this year. Check out www.preservedyyc.com for all the details and visit them at their store in Bragg Creek, AB. You can also follow them on Facebook at Preserved and on Instagram @preserved.yyc.

    All music on The Eat More Barbecue podcast has been graciously provided by Alan Horabin.

    Eat More Barbecue can be found online at www.eatmorebarbecue.ca & www.albertabbqtail.ca and my email is eatmorebarbecue@gmail.com

    Social media links:
    Facebook & Instagram at eat_more_barbecue
    Twitter @eatmorebarbecue

    Thanks for listening. Please subscribe, rate and review.

    This podcast is a production of Eat More Barbecue Digital Media.

    • 31 min
    135. Tool Shed BBQ

    135. Tool Shed BBQ

    Welcome to Episode 135 of the podcast!

    Original Air Date: January 27, 2021

    The Eat More Barbecue Podcast is a proud part of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally Grown. Community Supported. This week’s network shoutout goes to Creative Block where host Kyle Marshall interviews artists and entrepreneurs about creativity in their work and life.
    Please visit www.albertapodcastnetwork.com for links to Creative Block and all the other great shows on the network.

    This episode of the Eat More Barbecue podcast is brought to you by:
    Park Power
    Park Power is your friendly, local utilities provider in Alberta, offering Internet, Electricity, and Natural Gas with low rates, awesome service, and profit-sharing with local charities.
    In Alberta, you get to choose who to buy your internet, electricity and natural gas from. Park Power has low overhead, which in turn allows them to offer low, competitive rates. Reach out for a no obligation comparison by emailing estimates@parkpower.ca
    If you decide to switch, it’s easy. It’s really just a change to your billing and you can feel good knowing you are helping to give back to our communities with your utilities bills.
    Learn more at www.parkpower.ca

    Joining me this week is Graham Sherman from Calgary’s Tool Shed Brewing and Notorious P.I.G. YYC Barbecue. Check them out for great craft beer and awesome barbecue!
    They are in Calgary at #9, 801 30th Street NE and online at www.toolshedbrewing.com.
    Follow along on Instagram @toolshedbeer and @thenotoriouspigyyc for updates on hours and menu offerings. The brewery is on Facebook at Tool Shed Brewing Company and The Notorious P.I.G. YYC and on Twitter @ToolShedBeer.

    Thanks for listening to my soapbox talk about mental health and check out www.letstalk.bell.ca for more information and resources.

    All music on The Eat More Barbecue podcast has been graciously provided by Alan Horabin.

    Eat More Barbecue can be found online at www.eatmorebarbecue.ca & www.albertabbqtail.ca and my email is eatmorebarbecue@gmail.com

    Social media links:
    Facebook & Instagram at eat_more_barbecue
    Twitter @eatmorebarbecue

    Thanks for listening. Please subscribe, rate and review.

    This podcast is a production of Eat More Barbecue Digital Media.

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

NorthernLightsBbqCo ,

Great BBQ content

Ryan does a wonderful job showcasing Bbq, not only here in Alberta, but across Canada & also reaches out to international markets. I look forward each week to new episodes as they come out.

@Breanne ,

What podcasting is about

The best part about podcasts is finding the ones that truly match your interests. The most enjoyable ones to listen to are lead by folks who are passionate about their topic. If you are into BBQ, you will enjoy Ryan’s podcast. 👍

funnygrrl ,

Takes his passion to a podcast

It’s great to hear people talk about what they love. Ryan does this here. Bringing his love and knowledge of barbecue to Alberta....not necessarily known for its BBQ yet!
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