Showing posts from July, 2019

Different Styles of BBQ Across the Country

If you have traveled around at all, you know that there are BBQ joints all over the place. They all do it a little different but it’s all delicious! In this week’s blog, The Barn-B-Que Smokehouse will talk about all the different styles of BBQ. If you find yourself hungry reading this, go grab some of the best BBQ at Lake of the Ozarks to satisfy that craving! Kansas City Do you like a variety? Kansas City style BBQ has everything from beef brisket, sausage, pork ribs, and chicken. Kansas City style is smoked with hickory wood and the meats are served with a sweet, thick BBQ sauce. A crowd favorite is the burnt ends you will find at all the hotspots. These fatty ends of deliciousness are smoked until they are deep and dark. Texas In southern Texas, you will find mesquite-smoked BBQ, while central Texas is known for brisket smoked over oak, as well as hot sausages and pork ribs. On the east side of Texas, chopped pork and beef sandwiches are the most common. North Carolina

Bring the Family to The Barn-B-Que Smokehouse

The newest and most exciting place to grab some food at Lake of the Ozarks is The Barn-B-Que Smokehouse . Get the family together and come try the best BBQ at the Lake of the Ozarks . In this week’s blog, we will give you a few advantages and reasons families benefit from going out to dinner together. Family Time Life gets busy and spending time together as a family is harder than it has ever been. Between you and your spouse’s work schedule and kids’ activities, it’s hard to find that time to spend together. Taking the family out to eat at The Barn-B-Que is a great way to spend quality time together and create a bonding experience for the entire family. Celebrate Eating out as a family is an awesome treat. Come to celebrate a special occasion, birthday, or treat the kids to a night out for good grades. Give the whole family something to look forward to and make it a weekly event. The kids will feel special and show them that family time is special. No matter the reaso

Let Barn-B-Que Cater Your Event

Are you planning a party or event at Lake of the Ozarks and not sure what to do for food? How about the best BBQ at the Lake of the Ozarks ! Barn-B-Que has a great catering menu and would love to help you with your next event. You focus on the planning and we can take care of the meal! In this week’s blog, we will cover what all we offer on our catering menu here at The Barn-B-Que Smokehouse . Bulk Meat • Brisket • Pulled Pork • Turkey Breast • Baby Back Ribs • Chicken Wings • Pulled Chicken • Pulled Turkey Bulk Sides • Grandma Jayne’s Camp Beans • Picnic Cole Slaw • Southern Style Green Beans • Deviled Egg Potato Salad Salad Fresh greens, cheddar cheese, red onion, cucumber, and tomato. Small Salad (8-10 People) Large Salad (15-20 People) Choice of BBQ Ranch, Honey Citrus Vinaigrette, Blue Cheese dressing. Desserts Whole Pies or Cakes Blackberry Cobbler Drinks Sweet Tea, Unsweetened Tea, or Lemonade Extras Hot Serving Kit Bag of 8 Bu

The Origin of Bar-B-Que

What do you think of when you hear the term Bar-B-Que? Do you think of food, a cooking technique or a get together in the backyard? There is no wrong answer here. Bar-B-Que has many different meanings and has been around longer than you probably know. In this week’s blog, The Barn-B-Que Smokehouse will take you back in time, back to the origin of Bar-B-Que. After reading our blog, you’ll most likely be craving some fantastic Bar-B-Que. To fix your craving head to The Barn-B-Que for the best BBQ at Lake of the Ozarks ! The Word Barbecue The term originally comes from the Caribbean word “barbacoa.” A barbacoa was the name of a wooden structure the Taino Indians used to smoke their food. When not used for cooking, the structure could also be used for sleeping, shelter, or storage. Spanish explorers took the term back to Spain. It appeared in print for the first time in 1526. Barbacoa was still referred to as the apparatus that the food was prepared in, but after time people start

Celebrating Independence Day at Lake of the Ozarks

The Lake of the Ozarks is a great place to celebrate the Fourth of July! With so many different resorts, restaurants, and bars, local celebrations, & many fireworks displays around the Lake, there’s no better place to be than the Lake of the Ozarks this holiday. In our blog this week, The Barn-B-Que Smokehouse has put together a handy list of firework displays for you. Now you know when and where you can catch the best displays in the area! Photo Credit: Fun Lake Bear Bottom Resort Date: Thursday, July 4th and Saturday, July 6th Time: 9:45 each night Location: 123 Bear Bottom Dr. Sunrise Beach, MO View by water the 38 Mile Marker of the Osage Arm. The Inn at Grand Glaize Date: Thursday, July 4th Time: Fireworks at dusk Location: 5142 Osage Beach Pkwy, Osage Beach, MO View by water at the 1 Mile Marker of the Grand Glaize Arm. City of Eldon 4th of July Celebration Date: Thursday, July 4th Time: Fireworks at dusk Location: Eldon Air Park, Eldon, MO Playin’ H