Grilling is great all year-round, but we want to talk about it now!
Friday, May 25, 2012
While Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start to summer, for true grillmasters, it's always a good time to light it up! We know you love barbecue, Newark, from the mom and pop shops on Ferry Street to the newly opened Dinosaur Bar-B-Que near the Prudential Center. But we want to hear your secrets to grilling and barbecuing. Whether you roll old school with some charcoal or prefer propane, share your tips on Patch! And we're not just looking for carnivores. Seafood lovers, vegans and vegetarians, tell us your favorite recipes for some meatless grilling alternatives. Do you have favorite gadget? Headband with a flashlight for when it's dark, your guests are begging for seconds and barbecuing by moonlight just isn't cutting it? Do you …
Popular New York joint opens on Market Street
The next big name in barbecue has hatched on Market Street. Dinosaur Bar-B-Que opened its doors Thursday night for an invitation-only sampling of the authentic southern fare, a New York favorite and soon-to-be talk of the town among Newarkers. The brand new eatery, situated near Mulberry Street and the Prudential Center, specializes in slow-cooked barbecue, from smoky beef brisket to tangy pulled pork and, of course, beef ribs and chicken wings smothered in owner John Stage's special recipe. "It's supposed to pull off (the bone)," he said, debunking a common misconception among rib-eaters. "If it falls off, it's overcooked." Stage is considered one of the best in the barbecue industry after getting his start in 1983 cooking out of a halved…