Category Archives: History

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After HOURS of work I figured out that this ” was making making my PayPal Buttons not work… So I have fixed it and here you go! Use the pull down select what you want then add to cart you … Continue reading

Kansas City Barbecue: The people who made it happen.

Henry Perry Kansas City traces its barbecue history to Henry Perry, who operated out of a trolley barn at 19th and Highland in the legendary African-American neighborhood around 18th and Vine. Perry served slow-cooked ribs on pages of newsprint for … Continue reading

More Barbecue History and Regional Barbeque Styles.

This should cover the history portion of our class other than the next post that will cover the the men who made BBQ famous in Kansas City. The Barbecue Region The origins of American barbecue date back to colonial times, … Continue reading

What is Kansas City’s Style Barbecue?

Well, it’s great! Duh… But here is some detail and history. I think we need to know the roots of something so we can enjoy it even more! Kansas City barbecue refers to the specific inner city style of slow … Continue reading

A History Lesson: Barbeque. Or is Barbecue? Or BBQ?!

Barbecue or barbeque (common spelling variant with abbreviations BBQ, Bar-B-Q and diminutive form used in Canada; Barbie, used chiefly in Australia and New Zealand ; and called Braai in South Africa) is a method and apparatus for cooking meat with … Continue reading