We thought Jim Shahin’s Washington Post story on smoking the Thanksgiving turkey was great. His Bourbon-Brined Smoked Turkey is a good recipe to bookmark, cut out, save however it is you save recipes. In the recipe and article, Jim talked about bourbon (for the bird) and smoking (for the bird). What he did not talk about was […]
Rocklands’ family member Jim Armstrong, an officer with the United States Navy Reserve, has been working at a Navy hospital in Kandahar since July. He is of course an avid fan of Rocklands’ real barbeque. Well, we can’t ship barbequed meat […]
We’re pretty proud of our Thanksgiving turkeys — smoky and delicious, perfect for the day of or for a post-T’day sandwich. Our customers have also said that a Rocklands turkey offers a nice change from endlessly basting a bird in the oven. But why take our word for it? On Thursday, November 4, at 11 […]
Have you ever wondered what rowers eat after a race?
We can fill you in on that: Rocklands barbeque!
We were honored to cater the post-race refill for the Head of the Potomac this past weekend…
You meant to make pickles this year, right? All that coverage of how so many people are putting up their own food, canning and freezing for winter meals. Got you thinking about pickled beets and maybe even pickled okra (if you’re from south of the Mason-Dixon line). But you didn’t do it, did you? We […]