Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 09, 2011
Pork Barrel BBQ is making its cookbook, the Pork Barrel BBQ Guide to Tailgating, available to the public for free on the company’s website, http://www.PorkBarrelBBQ.com. The tailgating cookbook features grilling tips and award-winning recipes designed for those who enjoy grilling and cookouts in parking lots and stadiums across America.
The free Pork Barrel BBQ Guide to Tailgating includes award-winning recipes created by Pork Barrel BBQ’s co-founders and winning contestants of ABC’s hit reality television show Shark Tank, Heath Hall and Brett Thompson. The tailgating cookbook
“We’re kicking off this football season by giving back to the community of tailgaters across the country,” said Heath Hall, President and co-founder of Pork Barrel BBQ. “BBQ is about community and we proudly support everyone who gathers with their friends and family to grill, cookout and tailgate in stadium parking lots or their own backyards.”
Pork Barrel BBQ, the number one preferred choice of the backyard BBQ’er, has quickly developed a reputation in the food industry as a company that creates award-winning products that repeatedly best the competition at barbecue contests across the country. The Pork Barrel BBQ Original BBQ Sauce was recently named Best Barbecue Sauce in the Country by Country Living Magazine and one of “The 125 Best Foods for Men” by Men’s Health magazine.
Pork Barrel BBQ’s sauces have won the prestigious “People’s Choice” award for best barbecue sauce, beating sauces from over 50 of the top professional barbecue teams in the nation at the Safeway National Capital Barbecue Battle in Washington, D.C.
The company started selling sauces in 2009 and has since won numerous awards at Kansas City Barbecue Society and Memphis in May sanctioned competitions. One year after their appearance on Shark Tank, the company has experienced huge growth, and their Pork Barrel BBQ Sauces and Spice Rub are now carried in over 1,400 stores in 40 states. The first Pork Barrel BBQ restaurant is slated to open in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria, Virginia this fall.
People nationwide can try these award-winning sauces for themselves by purchasing them at local grocery stores such as Safeway, Whole Foods, Schnucks, Central Market, and Costco. To find stores near you that carry Pork Barrel BBQ products, visit the online store locator and interactive map at http://www.PorkBarrelBBQ.com/store-locations.
To download your free copy of Pork Barrel BBQ’s Guide to Tailgating, visit http://www.porkbarrelbbq.com/tailgating/.
About Pork Barrel BBQ
Pork Barrel BBQ was founded in December 2008 during the peak of the economic crisis to prove that a company not owned or operated by the federal government could succeed, and that if you had a good idea, it was still possible to grab a piece of the American Dream. Pork Barrel BBQ founders, Heath Hall and Brett Thompson, ran the company out of the basement of their houses, selling their award winning BBQ products one bottle at a time. In less than one year, their Pork Barrel BBQ Sauces and Spice Rub were carried in over 1,000 stores in 40 states. Throughout their journey, they have stayed true to their mission – to unite the nation through the great tradition of BBQ, and bring bipartisan flavor to your next meal. The Pork Barrel BBQ Competition BBQ Team entered its first contest, The Safeway National Capital Barbecue Battle, in June 2009, and walked away with two trophies – Second Place in the “Nations Best BBQ Sauce Contest” and Fourth Place for their pulled pork in the Memphis In May portion of the contest. Since then, the team has won multiple awards, including the 2011 Perdue National Chicken Championship, the Safeway National Capital Barbecue Battle in 2011, the “Chinet People’s Choice” award for best BBQ sauce in 2010 and other notable Memphis in May and Kansas City Barbecue Society BBQ competition accolades as well as having their Pork Barrel BBQ Original BBQ Sauce named Best Sauce in America and one of “The 125 Best Foods for Men” by Men’s Health Magazine in November 2010. For more information, visit http://www.PorkBarrelBBQ.com or follow Pork Barrel BBQ on Facebook and Twitter (@porkbarrelbbq).