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The BBQ Beat Podcast

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The BBQ Beat is a BBQ Podcast hosted by Kevin Sandridge out of Winter Haven, Florida. Guests include competition BBQ pitmasters, food industry insiders, BBQ and grilling product manufacturers, and event promoters from the US as well as abroad. If you love BBQ and have an appreciation for southern culture and live-fire cooking - this is the barbecue podcast for you.

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Inside the Small Batch World of Oakridge BBQ with Mike Trump
This is the BBQ Beat Podcast… I’m your host…  Kevin Sandridge. You know, more and more in today’s BBQ world, you hear people use words like hand-crafted and small-batch… so much so that it’s hard to tell if we’re all really on the same page when using these terms. In today’s episode, I’m talking with Mike Trump of Oakridge BBQ, maker of rubs that fit the definition of words like hand-crafted, small-batch, and even batch-aged. I’ve been a customer of Mike’s without his knowledge now for at least six or seven years. Many of you already love his rubs, brines, seasonings, and injections, and names like Secret Weapon, Game Changer, Dominator, Black Ops, and Carne Crosta bring a great big smile to your face. They do this because you’ve delighted everyone from yourself, to BBQ judges, to the most important group of all – your friends and family – with the results you get from using these blends. As I talk with Mike, you’ll hear the origin story of Oakridge BBQ, you’ll become intimately familiar with the painstaking effort he takes to source and use only the finest spices on the planet, and … if you’re like me… you’ll come away with even greater respect for Mike and what he’s doing at Oakridge BBQ. Now understand, Mike’s hands touch ever rub and seasoning blend that comes out of his shop. If you see a bag of Oakridge BBQ Rub anywhere from California to Maine to England or Australia, it’s come through one central Oakridge BBQ facility in Kearney, Missouri operated and managed by one Mr. Mike Trump. Because of Mike’s intense focus on his product, he’s had limited opportunity to get out into the world of social media, get out to visit retail shops or some of the nearly 90 cook teams he sponsors here in the US and across the globe. This interview is one of those “pull back the curtain” experiences that I love to see come together. If you have an interest in how a business like Oakridge BBQ comes together and operates, what it takes in terms of day-in and day-out focus, you’re in for a real treat.
Sam Jones Talks Whole Hog BBQ, Family, and Friendships at Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q
In this episode, I'm taking you on a trip to Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q in Atlanta where Sam Jones and Michael Letchworth of Sam Jones BBQ are doing up a Whole Hog Dinner to celebrate Sam’s new book Whole Hog BBQ: The Gospel of Carolina Barbecue. -- written by Sam Jones and Daniel Vaughn. We go on a behind the scenes tour of the Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q commissary and catering operation with Catering and Operations Manager Max Binns … and follow that up with some back story on Fox Bros. from Beau Nolen, who has some very cool words about the pivotal role Max plays with Fox Bros. After that, we’ll hear directly from Justin and Jonathan Fox. These guys have a great story to tell… filled with massive BBQ house parties, an electrocution!!!!, and a gradual yet clearly fruitful progression backyard BBQ novices to crafters of deliciously smoked meats. Finally, we’ll hear from Michael Letchworth on his long-time friendship and business partnership with Sam Jones, followed by a great conversation with Mr. Jones himself on the subject of BBQ, Family, and the power of lasting friendships.
Recapping the 2019 Jack Daniel's World Championship Invitational Barbecue
Hey Everyone, welcome to The BBQ Beat Podcast. I’m your host, Kevin Sandridge, and in this episode, I’m going to do a little bit of a wrap up of my recent trip up to Lynchburg, TN to judge the 2019 Jack Daniel’s World Championship Invitational Barbecue competition. It was an amazing trip, filled with a ton of great experiences. I have a lot of shout outs to give out to some of the competitors, my fellow judges, and most importantly, the good folks from Jack Daniel’s who’ve been hosting this world-famous competition now for 31 years.  
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    Podcast Details
    Started
    May 2nd, 2016
    Latest Episode
    Nov 21st, 2019
    Release Period
    Weekly
    No. of Episodes
    91
    Avg. Episode Length
    About 1 hour
    Explicit
    No

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