Chicken, or “bird” as Stubb used to call it, just goes great with Bar-B-Q sauce. This year Stubb’s has teamed up with Tyson Fresh Chicken for tailgate season. Next time you are at the store look for the coupon on either … Continue Reading »
Posted by: Stubb's on August 19, 2014 • 9:49 pm
Sometimes a hot summer day calls for something a little lighter for dinner. Rocky shares some great tips for grilling up fish and shrimp, Stubb’s style.
Posted by: Stubb's on August 11, 2014 • 3:04 pm
In the most recent episode of Tastemade, host Shawn is in Austin learning about Texas BBQ. Rocky takes him through the liquid smoke process. He then takes Stubb’s Mesquite Liquid Smoke down to Bar Congress for bartender Jason to create … Continue Reading »
Posted by: Stubb's on July 31, 2014 • 2:59 pm
It may be too hot to fire up the stove, but you still need your veggies! Rocky has some great tips for cooking moist, flavorful vegetables on the grill. Read all about it here.
Seems there’s a lot of misinformation out there about the right way to barbecue. Rocky tackles some of the biggest grilling myths in his latest Parade.com post.
Posted by: Stubb's on July 16, 2014 • 4:05 pm
Stubb’s low and slow brisket helped put the legend in Stubb’s Legendary Barbecue. Rocky shares his grandfather’s secrets over on Parade.com.
Local New Orleans Registered Dietician Molly Kimball compares BBQ Sauce nutritionals in her latest “Love It, Like It, Hate It” segment on WGNO, including Stubb’s in her “Love It” category for being low in calories and sugar. The host also … Continue Reading »
Posted by: Stubb's on July 11, 2014 • 2:27 pm
Rocky shared a mouthwatering, easy weeknight dinner idea on “Good Day Austin.” Watch how he makes Sweet Heat Grilled Chicken (and gets the hosts hungry for more!) Check it out here.
Looking for something easy to make for a crowd? Check out Rocky’s latest article on Parade.com for Burgers – 10 different ways!
Posted by: Stubb's on June 30, 2014 • 3:48 pm
From Texas to Kansas City to Memphis and the Carolinas, everyone has a favorite style of barbecue. But is there any one “best” kind of barbecue? In his latest article on Parade.com, Rocky explains the differences and how Stubb learned … Continue Reading »