Kick It Up with Stubb’s Barbecue Sauce – and Win!

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Barbecue season is in full swing! And nothing makes food taste better than a great sauce or rub.

Check out Stubb’s! Austin, Texas-based Stubb’s Legendary Bar-B-Q is the maker of Stubb’s, the No.1 premium Bar-B-Q sauces, rubs and marinades in the country. Stubb’s get its bold flavors from real ingredients, with no artificial flavors, colors or sweeteners. It contains no high fructose corn syrup, the No. 1 ingredient in most national BBQ sauce brands. Stubb’s sauces, marinades and rubs are a great way to add flavor to all kinds of grilled meats and vegetables for holiday cookouts.

These tips and tricks are definitely going into my recipe binder!

Boosted burgers: Stubb used to say “it all starts with a great rub,” and in 2016 that includes not only steaks, brisket and ribs, but also burgers.

  • Rocky’s tips: Create over–the-top burgers by coating each patty with Stubb’s Bar-B-Q Rub, then sprinkle with a little smoked sea salt to really enhance that smoky barbecue taste. Let the patties sit for a while before cooking – you can actually see the flavor seeping into the meat! Before you throw them on the grill, make a thumbprint in the middle of the patty to get a flat, evenly cooked burger instead of a plump, rounded one that is undercooked in the middle.

Steak stand-ins: Thick-sliced, marinated and grilled cauliflower, cabbage, eggplant and even watermelon make surprising sides, appetizers or meatless main dishes topped with bacon, cheeses, nuts or other savory ingredients.

  • Rocky’s tips: No barbecue is complete without coleslaw, so deconstruct the classic with grilled cabbage “steaks” marinated in 3/4 cup Stubb’s Sweet Black Pepper Anytime Sauce with a quarter cup of mayo mixed in. Grill them over medium heat and use the extra mixture to baste the cabbage as it cooks – just a few minutes on each side. Serve with shredded carrots and finely chopped onions on top, drizzled with your favorite coleslaw dressing.

 Smoky heat: Americans are craving more and more heat, and smoking is the hottest new trend in backyard grilling. Join the two for a combo that can’t be beat.

  • Rocky’s tips: Get just the right amount of heat to suit your taste by mixing in your favorite hot sauce with Stubb’s Original or Sticky Sweet Bar-B-Q Sauce, then heat together in a pan, adding hot sauce to taste. Throw in a little finely chopped onion for some extra tang and texture.
  • For smoking meats on a charcoal grill, use hardwood chunks, or on a gas grill, use wood chips. Soak wood chunks in water for 1 hour, or chips for 30 minutes, then drain before using. Burn two wood chunks for each hour of smoking, and 1 cup of wood chips for an hour or less of smoking. Try a variety of wood – hickory, mesquite or applewood – to experiment with flavors. More trends and recipes are available at www.stubbs.com or on Facebook at stubbsbbqsauce

And we have a giveaway for you! The prize pack includes: Branded grilling spatula, Stubb’s T-shirt, Stubb’s Apron, Stubb’s hat and (10) coupons for free products (approximate retail value or “ARV”: $100)

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