Barbecue podcast “The Low and Slow Barbecue Show” serves up barbecue recipes, advice for smoking barbecue, and cooking barbecue stories of success - and failure! Home smokers and BBQ Pitmasters share advice - all steeped in Carolina barbecue flavor.
Listen and learn how to smoke meat, the best meat to smoke, how to make Carolina barbecue sauce, and the best barbecue restaurants we love to visit - the best barbecue in North Carolina! (And maybe a few other “barbecue” places, too!) Every episode promises to share a few experiments for the next time you fire up the barbecue smoker.
Barbecue meat smoking enthusiast, news journalist, and sports radio broadcaster Chigger Willard walks through the barbecue basics with guests who bring a wide variety of experiences to the barbecue world. Competitors. Restauranteurs. Fund-Raisers. Tailgaters. Moms and Dads. ALL the people who make the best barbecue share all their barbecue best.
What wood do you use for meat smoking? How long should you smoke meat? Can you mess it up? Can you really cook that on the smoker? How do you barbecue in the crockpot? And just what is Alabama white sauce anyway?
We’re smoking over everything. From Eastern Carolina barbecue – America’s first smoked whole hog, Lexington barbecue where vinegar meets ketchup, and even on to the more exotic: western-style barbecue sauces, South Carolina’s mustard gold, and other peculiar concoctions.
Get answers to the smoking barbecue questions you want to ask – and get them low and slow. That means you’re getting the lowdown, nice and slow – so you can understand it, USE IT … and tell your friends to listen to The Low and Slow Barbecue Show.
Tailgating Time for The Low & Slow Barbecue Show!
So we’re tailgating on this Low and Slow Barbecue Show episode. Listen as we meet two long-time tailgaters, Marcus Miller and Randy Abernathy. If the Carolina Panthers play in Charlotte, you’ll find Marcus and Randy tailgating around their favorite food menu with friends and family.
BBQ Food Truck Shares Secrets
BBQ Food Truck Big Byrd’s Smokehouse shares his experience & tips for preparing the best brisket. Listen to the Low and Slow Barbecue Podcast
Fourth of July Ribs – in England!
For the Fourth of July Holiday week, host Chigger Willard welcomes a low-and-slow barbecue expert living in Britain, Jim Ernst. He shares his tried-and-true recipe – complete with British ingredient accommodations (Iberian pork!) – for his Fourth of July ribs.
Charity Que Crew
If you’ve ever sat down with a plate of pulled pork and a group of people, you know that a barbecue get-together can be the launching point for other good things. In fact, in the Carolinas barbecue is widely recognized as a foundation for fund-raisers. On this episode of The Low & Slow Barbecue Show, we talk to charity barbecue experts Jody Dixon and Gene Scronce who have spent decades creating fund-raisers that support worthwhile causes. Listen for their special recipes, their secrets to fund-raiser success, and exclusive advice for making the best low and slow barbecue – FOR THE MASSES!
Backyard Barbecue Expert, Jeff Osborne
Have you ever wondered what’s smoking in the neighborhood that smells so good? Meet the Master of the Backyard Barbecue. He shares his can’t-miss recipe for preparing North Carolina smoked pork shoulder. Don’t miss his spice mix ratio for barbecue rub and directions for making his favorite Eastern Carolina sauce. Listen for BBQ 101 tips, suggestions for finding the best Carolina barbecue, and the story of a Father’s Day failure for the pitmaster.
Man Cave Meals
Who’s behind all the how-to videos explaining barbecue techniques and tools you want to try before you buy? Join a YouTube pioneer in meat smoking, product testing, and “how-to” videos. Our guest shares his favorite recipe for Dino Ribs, Sizzle Macaroni, and his signature Man Cave Rub. Plus, Mr. Man Cave Meals puts the current capital of barbecue outside its original home in the Carolinas. But where?