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Pizza?

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Now when is the last time you thought about pizza when you grabbed your grilling sauce from the fridge? Ribs, Chicken, Steaks…….even fish.

But Pizza????

Chef John Woods from Horn Lake Mississippi trains up and coming chefs at his First Choice Catering Culinary School. And this weeks project was Barbeyaki Pizza.

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We all know that Barbeyaki is the most versatile sauce on the market. I thought the use as a salad dressing was a little absurd until I tried it and loved it. But as a base sauce for a Pizza, it brings a slice of pie to a new level.

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These are a few of the talented chefs that made they Barbeyaki Magic happen.

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Now don’t that may your mouth water.

And if you are looking for another wild creation using God’s Grilling Sauce, take a look at this.

Barbeyaki Chicken Cacciatore

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Now that is a good piece of chicken!

I am as happy as a rooster in a hen house!

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Contest

It’s Halftime!

Hurry up and get those entries sent in.

The Best of Fire

 Barbeyaki’s Backyard Bake-Off


From August 1, 2012 to August 31, 2012, Barbeyaki will be accepting recipes and photographs of your submissions for the Annual Barbeyaki Backyard Bake-Off.

Pretty simple rules. You must Bake! No grilling or roasting, It does not have to be a dessert. It can be the best pizza every cooked on a BBQ, or your wife’s Birthday Cake indirectly baked over the coals.

Magnifico!

You decide and put your best effort into this one. The winner will be announced on the Barbeyaki Blog on 9/15/2012 along with their recipe and pictures. He or she will receive a deluxe gift box of all three Barbeyaki Grilling Sauces, including the award winning Spicy Barbeyaki and a check for $250.00.

 So get out the apron and the flour, put the creative juices into fourth gear and get ready to be crowned The Gourmet Barbeyaki Baker.

Hurry up and get those entires in. May the best Barbecue baker win!

Send them in to info@barbeyaki.com

Keep the email under 20MB and please include 3 to 4 pictures of your process and final result.

You can do it!

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Backyard Baking

Ready for a Challenge?

The Best of Fire

Get ready for Barbeyaki’s Backyard Bake-Off


From August 1, 2012 to August 31, 2012, Barbeyaki will be accepting recipes and photographs of your submissions for the Annual Barbeyaki Backyard Bake-Off.

Griddled Blueberry Pancakes

Pretty simple rules. You must Bake! No grilling or roasting, It does not have to be a dessert. It can be the best pizza every cooked on a BBQ, or your wife’s Birthday Cake indirectly baked over the coals.

Magnifico!

You decide and put your best effort into this one. The winner will be announced on the Barbeyaki Blog on 9/15/2012 along with their recipe and pictures. He or she will receive a deluxe gift box of all three Barbeyaki Grilling Sauces, including the award winning Spicy Barbeyaki and a check for $250.00.

 So get out the apron and the flour, put the creative juices into fourth gear and get ready to be crowned The Gourmet Barbeyaki Baker.

Can You Use Some Dough?

Submissions of recipes and photo should be submitted to info@barbeyaki.com no later than 11:59 PM, P.S.T, on August 31, 2012. All participants must agree to have theri phot and recipe submission published on the Barbeyaki Blog.

Your Manic Motivator

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