City Barbeque Calls on Triangle 'Que Enthusiasts to Submit Their Best Sauce Recipes
Raleigh, NC, March 19, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- City Barbeque, an award-winning barbeque joint built on a foundation of “low and slow” smoked meats, a wide variety of side dishes, delectable desserts, and a healthy dose of backyard hospitality, will host the Triangle Barbeque Sauce Contest to crown the Triangle’s ‘que sauce master as part of its grand opening celebration on Saturday, April 12. Contestants have until Monday, March 31 to send their tastiest recipe and contact information (name, phone number and email address) to firstname.lastname@example.org, with finalists being notified by Friday, April 4.
A panel of Cary celebrity judges, along with grand opening celebration attendees, will then let their taste buds be the judge and vote one original recipe, presented on the barbeque joint’s famous hickory smoked pulled pork, as the Triangle’s best barbecue sauce.
“We built City Barbeque on the talents of our award-winning barbeque competition team, so we can’t wait to see what the Triangle cooks up in our barbeque sauce contest,” said Rick Malir, founder. “This is a great chance for amateurs and pro’s alike to put their sauce to the test and earn bragging rights as the Triangle’s top sauce master.”
The grand prize winner will receive a trophy, $350 City Barbeque gift card and possibly have their creation join the ranks of other world-class sauces on City Barbeque’s menu. Second and third place prizes will also be awarded. For more information on the sauce competition and City Barbeque’s April 12 grand opening celebration, visit http://www.citybbq.com/cary/
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- All sauce recipes will be prepared by City Barbeque staff to ensure food safety.
About City Barbeque:
City Barbeque, an award-winning barbeque restaurant with 25 locations in North Carolina, Kentucky and Ohio, has been serving America’s best regional barbeque styles for nearly 15 years. Lead pit boss and president Rick Malir strives to provide a quick service, yet quality homemade experience to customers who expect only the best in slow-smoked meats and delectable sides and desserts. Each City Barbeque restaurant slow smokes meats in-house, using the same methods in each restaurant, and trims sandwiches to order. Customers can choose from traditional Carolina, Kansas City, Memphis and Texas-style barbeque, including savory pulled pork, pork ribs, smoked brisket and sausage, barbeque chicken and more. Homemade sides and desserts include warm peach cobbler, sweet corn pudding and hand-dipped hush puppies. City Barbeque also offers ordering on the go and an excellent catering service. For more information, visit http://www.citybbq.com.