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National BBQ month is here!

What Is Cooking Now?
What Is Cooking Now?
James Crowell

Barbecue, both as a family-favorite dish and as an event, is synonymous with gathering together. In fact, a 2011 poll done in conjunction with National Barbecue Month indicated 64% of adults agree that, for spending quality time with friends or relatives, having a barbecue is better than going out to a restaurant. On top of that, nearly 36% associate barbecues with family tradition. The popular backyard activity unites people through great-tasting meals that are both affordable and easy to make.

But for those with busy schedules and not enough time to whip up their own homemade BBQ, there are terrific heat-and-eat solutions that don’t compromise on quality or taste. Byron’s BBQ, for example, comes packaged in an aluminum tray for easy preparation on the grill. The 4 lbs. of pork barbecue can also be prepared in a crockpot or oven, for an easy midweek dinner.

Hickory-smoked for 12 hours and then hand-pulled off the bone, Byron’s BBQ makes it simple and affordable to enjoy authentic, high-quality barbecue, without the need to waste time and effort cooking your own. You can find Byron’s BBQ at Sam’s Club locations nationwide for $12.98 per 4 lb. tray.

Build-Your-Own Barbecue Sandwich Bar
Serves: About 24

Ingredients

4 lbs. Byron’s Fully Cooked Pork BBQ
24 buns
Your favorite toppings, e.g.:
o Cheese
o Pickles
o Cole slaw
o Red onion
o Tomatoes

Instructions

Warm Byron’s BBQ according to package instructions. Place buns and toppings beside prepared barbecue and allow guests to build their own sandwiches.