Untapped Grilling and Other Addictions


Back in the 1870’s, a group of Chinese families immigrated to the Mississippi Delta to begin working as laborers on the railroad, connecting the South to the West. Along with strong work ethics, they brought their cultural cuisine to the Deep South. In 1906 my great grandmother, “Mama Dolly” began to create a delicious grilling sauce in her Greenville, Mississippi kitchen. She combined her Southern heritage and taste buds with the Asian flavors she had become accustomed to tasting from the workers.

The result for your liking is BARBEYAKI, the original Barbeque Grilling Sauce.

We hope this blog will inspire you step out of your prison door and experience life like never before. We will introduce you to the new and absurd, and expect you to ¬†respond with stuff that comes right from your heart and soul. Let’s work together to make each other’s lives exciting and interesting everyday. And maybe if we both try hard enough, the lives of others around the Globe.

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