Southern Smoke BBQ and Collard Green Chowder

Collard Green Chowder with greens, ham and potatoes, as prepared and shared by Southern Smoke BBQ of NC Pitmaster and Cookbook author Matthew Register.

Southern Smoke BBQ Pitmaster Matthew Register joined The Low & Slow Barbecue Show to reveal his barbecue roots, his sauces, and his restaurant in Garland, N.C. Read this blog to get the recipe for his culinary creation, Collard Green Chowder.

Benne Wafers and Barbecue Traditions with Hanna Raskin

Hanna Raskin's Benne Wafers prepared from Emily Meggett's Gullah Geechee recipe.

Like a fierce spirit of independence, food traditions run deep in the Carolinas. From barbecue smoked low and slow to Benne Wafers planting a historic place along the coast in the 1700s, the nation’s most familiar flavors grow in places with fertile food heritage.

Super Chili for Game Day

Super chili recipes win super trophies.

Super Sunday is the perfect time to rekindle the fire in your favorite chili recipe. After all, when you know how to make a super chili con carne, it’s hard to beat a big bowl hearty goodness to warm your belly and fuel your gameday.

Man Cave Meals Host John Setzler

The Low & Slow Barbecue Show from the 2024 Carolina BBQ Festival for the best barbecue ideas.

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 John Setzler 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 Video Pioneer Talks Dino Ribs

Whenever you want to smoke a new cut of meat, but you’re not exactly sure how to do it, where do you turn? If you’re like me, you dial up a how to barbecue video on YouTube.

How to Make Carolina’s Lexington BBQ Sauce

Lexington BBQ Sauce recipe

Pork barbecue affinity among North Carolinians is sharply divided. On each side of the state the preparation of the pig is different. So, too, is the vinegar-based barbecue sauce. Within the nuance of “eastern” vinegar-based sauces, there’s Lexington BBQ sauce.