Monthly Archives: March 2011

Barbeque Kansas City News! Would you like $400,000?

Sam’s Club® and Kansas City Barbeque Society Announce Richest Barbecue Series in History BENTONVILLE, Ark., March 16, 2011 – Sam’s Club, the official supplier of the Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS), announced today the largest prize purse – a total … Continue reading

Ochocinco Likes Kansas City and Barbeque!

Chad Ochocinco visited Kansas City to try out for our soccer team SportingKC earlier. In a brief interview he said that he got the chance to eat some (http://www.oklahomajoesbbq.com) Oklahoma Joe’s Barbeque.  He sounded like he liked it! I couldn’t … Continue reading

Review: Ritter’s Barbeque and Catering

Ritter’s Barbeque and Catering 6709 Raytown Road Raytown MO 64133 816-356-6342. On the corner of 67th and Raytown Road. Cost under $10 per meal. I know what you’re thinking… Barbeque Kansas City should mean Kansas City barbecue but Kansas City … Continue reading

Barbeque Kansas City! Now on Twitter!

BarbequeKC Is my Twitter ID! I don’t know how I lucked out first with the website names www.barbequekansascity.com and www.barbecuekansascity.com and now with BarbequeKC as my Twitter ID–I guess it is just the right time in my life and time … Continue reading

Cut, Sliced and Packaged!

I am already down to 10 pounds! I have yours here–just waiting for you!  Contact me if you want some of the best Corned Beef in the world! -Chop

Corned Beef: It’s what’s for dinner! Contact me if you want some!

So, I fired up the Brinkman off set smoker on Friday (yesterday) on “The Chop House Trailer” in the back yard. I cooked all day long.  The meat of the day was corned beef (yummy!). Corned beef to me brings … Continue reading

Project: My “Chop House” BBQ Trailer!

So, for the last few years I have been cooking here and there for the guys and girls at work–50 or so hungry people, and for friends and family–a 100 or so more hungry people.  Then there was a rib-eye banquet…and … Continue reading

Review: Schloegel’s WoodYard Bar-B-Que

I have had some good Q in my day. But, this place was great! “Subtle” is a good way to say everything about it. Here’s why we went to WoodYard Bar-B-Que. I needed wood and I live in Kansas City. I … 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