Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que

The original Dinosaur Bar B Que restaurant was started by 3 biker friends in Syracuse, NY back in 1983. Billed as a "genuine honky tonk rib joint", Dinosaur Bar-B-Que has won national acclaim for its lip-smacking good, pit-cooked barbecue (ribs, chicken, pork and beef brisket) as well as for its blues club featuring excellent live music. The secret to the award-winning robust flavor of Dinosaur's ribs and other fare is in the signature secret spice blend used to rub the meats before grilling, and also added to their sauces. If you can't get to Syracuse (or to Rochester or NYC, where Dinosaur has opened restaurants), you can now enjoy great Dinosaur flavor on your ribs, chicken, BBQ and other home-cooked food. First, rub some Dinosaur Cajun Foreplay Spice Rub on meats before grilling, smoking, baking, broiling, etc. This all-purpose, all-natural seasoning blend adds savory and spicy notes to meats and vegetables thanks to paprika, garlic, black pepper, cayenne and roasted chilies -- and a secret blend of exotic spices. Not only is Cajun Foreplay perfect for seasoning slow-cooked ribs, but it's also wonderful for rubbing on pork shoulder and beef brisket, and sprinkling on veggies, too.

For slathering on ribs, BBQ chicken and other cooked food, there's Dinosaur Roasted Garlic Honey Bar-B-Que Sauce. This all-natural sauce pairs sweet honey with fresh roasted garlic in a sweet and smoky mustard-tomato base seasoned with Dinosaur's special spice combo, and an overall heat level of mild-medium. If you prefer fiery-hot barbecue sauce, then Dinosaur Bar-B-Que Wango Tango Sauce is the one for you. This hearty and hot bbq sauce starts with the same tangy, rich mustard-tomato base as the Roasted Garlic Honey BBQ Sauce, but then ratchets up the heat by adding habanero and cayenne peppers.

Don't let your taste buds fossilize by boring them with the same tired flavors - bring them back to life with Dinosaur Bar-B-Que sauces and Cajun Foreplay spice rub, available at the Carolina Sauce Company!

Zestfully yours,

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