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BBQ Chicken and BBQ Pork in honor of college football Saturday. Both of these recipes are located on my website underneath the recipes tab. Not only are these two recipes great for meal prep but they can also be adjusted to work for your Saturday football tailgates.
Barbecue foods are some of my favorite to make for meal prep because of the amount of food you can make at once. If you have a big grill you can cook all of your meat at the same time. Barbecue food usually incorporates some kind of sauce which as I’ve explained in the past, helps the meat to reheat in the microwave. Picking a good BBQ sauce makes all the difference when you cook your food. There are lots of different BBQ sauces out there and I’ve found that the best ones, both nutritionally and in flavor, are local BBQ sauces. I’ve noticed the best BBQ sauces, salsas, and pasta sauces all share one thing in common that has nothing to do with the actual sauce. The best sauces all have janky labels that look like they were made in Microsoft paint. This is almost a telltale sign that it isn’t a mass produced sauce. The mass produced sauces tend to use commercially available ingredients because of the amount of product they have to make. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing but if that is something you care about then its worth taking into consideration. So try and pick local sauces. Not only are the ingredients and flavor usually better but you are also supporting small businesses 😎
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