This Kansas City rub is the most ecumenical of barbecue seasonings. Sweet rather than salty, flavorful rather than fiery, it contains mustard in the style of a Memphis rub and chili powder in the style of Texas.
Good on their own, but excellent together: Alabama barbecue and a beautiful, kicked-up bloody Mary.
I have a primal weakness for the combination of sweet and salty flavors. I still remember the first time I combined some of my granddad’s spicy breakfast sausage with pancakes and Karo syrup on my fork and took them down in one bite. I was a very young child, but I became a devout believer […]
Anthony DeSerio’s Bloody Maria is refreshing and citrusy. He does make one request, Food Schmooze® fans: Whatever you do, please use fresh Bloody Mary mix. Read: homemade, if you can. But, no worries. It’s easy to do. And, oh, so much better than salty store mixes. We paired the cocktail with grilled cheese and it was, […]
Bryan Cole is a chef at Metro Bis in Simsbury, Connecticut and our official buffalo chicken editor. We became devoted followers after tasting Bryan’s Buffalo chicken dip a few years ago… we now defer to Bryan for all things Buffalo style. His latest creation… drum-roll please… Buffalo chicken meatballs.