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Pork Barrel BBQ is proud to announce that Wagshal’s, the premiere Washington D.C. butcher, market, deli and caterer now carries our award winning Pork Barrel BBQ Sauce and All American Spice Rub. We are very grateful and humbled that Bill, Brian and Aaron Fuchs, the owners of Wagshals, would carry our products. We are pretty crazy about BBQ, but I can honestly say that I’ve never ‘met people so committed to unique, high quality foods as the folks at Wagshal’s. They gave us a great tour, fed us smoked prime brisket sandwich (more on that in a future post), and sent us home with Iberico Pork to cook (they are the only place in the United States to offer Iberico pork). Here’s a shot of their deli managed by Brian Fuchs and his team:

Another shot of the deli:
Heath and Brian Fuchs looking at their special line of ready to eat gourmet foods:
They also have a huge catering operation, and are especially great at catering upscale weddings:

Here’s a shot inside their catering kitchen – be sure to note Bill Fuchs’ modified smoker in the corner (I was CRAZY jealous of it):

Oh, did I mention that they have some of the highest quality, unique cuts of meat in all of Washington D.C.? Here’s Heath and Aaron Fuchs with some great dry aged beef:

What is happiness? Having a great meal at Wagshal’s with Bill, Brian and Aaron Fuchs – be sure to visit them in Washington D.C. and learn all about them at http://www.Wagshals.com or visit them on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/wagshals
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Pork Barrel BBQ is attempting to get pictures of our All American Spice Rub tins in front of all 50 State Capitols and Governor Mansions.  In order to do this we need your help!!  Summer vacations are a great way to help us complete this challenge so don’t forget to take a tin of our All American Spice Rub with you if you plan to visit any of our 50 great state capitol cities this summer.

Our first submission comes from our home state – the great state of Missouri. Below is the Missouri State Capitol and the Missouri Governor’s Mansion with Pork Barrel BBQ’s All American Spice Rub.

Don’t forget to visit us at our website – www.porkbarrelbbq.com – and pick up some of our dry rub.

It is barbecue season and nothing makes your meal taste better than our All American dry rub! E-mail us your pictures at porkbarrelbbq@gmail.com!

 

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Over the course of the past several months we have shown you “Where In The World Pork Barrel BBQ Has Been” and now we launch a new challenge for you the Pork Barrel BBQ dry rub fan.  It is our goal to get a picture of a Pork Barrel BBQ product (dry rub tin, hat, t-shirt or something else) in front of the homes of all 44 US Presidents, 50 State Capitol buildings, and 50 Governor’s Mansions.

Our first entry comes from Midland, TX and is the childhood home of our 43rd President – George W. Bush.

If you’re headed out on vacation this summer this is a great time to snap a few pictures with your favorite Pork Barrel BBQ product and send them on to us at porkbarrelbbq@gmail.com.

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Last weekend I joined a few friends at WMZQ Fest at Nissan Pavilion to hear Keith Anderson, Jason Michael Carrol, Joe Nichols, Little Big Town and Rodney Atkins.  Pork Barrel BBQ came along for the show!

A nice spring evening, a pair of cowboy boots, a concert pavilion and the prospects of a great concert made me realize that it is tailgating season and that’s Where In The World You’ll Find (or at least you should find) Pork Barrel BBQ!

WMZQ Fest was the official kickoff of the summer outdoor concert season here in Washington, D.C. and probably in a lot of other places across our great country.  If you plan to hit a concert or two this summer (or ballgame for that matter) don’t forget to get there a couple hours early with a grill, your favorite meats and vegetables, a few cold drinks and Pork Barrel BBQ’s All American Spice Rub – the only rub that is guaranteed to bring bipartisan flavor to your next meal!!

To order Pork Barrel BBQ’s All American Rub visit our website.

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Thousands and Thousands of people flock to Washington, DC each March and April in hopes that the Cherry trees will be filled with Cherry Blossoms in full bloom when they arrive – some leave happy and others leave a little less happy.  You can’t always time your trip right to see the Tidal Basin bathed in the pink of the Cherry trees, but you can always find Pork Barrel BBQ in Washington, DC.

Here are several pictures of Pork Barrel BBQ taking in the sites of this years Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC.

Pork Barrel BBQ's All American Spice Rub with the Washington Monument and the Cherry trees in full bloom in the background.

Pork Barrel BBQ's All American Spice Rub with the Jefferson Memorial and the Cherry trees in full bloom in the background.

Are you going on a trip or attending a unique event?  Take Pork Barrel BBQ with you and let us know where you have been?  Send your photos to us at porkbarrelbbq@gmail.com and we’ll post them on our blog – don’t forget to provide a brief description of where Pork Barrel BBQ is or what Pork Barrel BBQ is doing.

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On a recent trip to San Francisco Rex and Barbara Hall took these pictures of Pork Barrel BBQ’s All American Spice Rub at the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and Ghirardelli Chocolate. Thanks for letting us know where in the world Pork Barrel BBQ is!!!!
Are you going on a trip or to a unique event? Take Pork Barrel BBQ with you and let us know where you have taken Pork Barrel BBQ? Send your photos to us at porkbarrelbbq@gmail.comand we’ll post them on our blog – don’t forget to provide a brief description of where Pork Barrel BBQ is and what Pork Barrel BBQ is doing.

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Pork Barrel BBQ has brought its magic to Disney World!   There is really no place more appropriate for our All American Spice Rub!

Where have you taken Pork Barrel BBQ?  Send us your photos to porkbarrelbbq@gmail.comand we’ll post them on the blog!

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