How to Make a Barbecue Martini
BBQ-Tini, please. Grilled, not stirred. Hold the gin and olives, add some ‘cue and pickles.
That’s right, we’re talking about NC State’s own culinary creation – the barbecue martini! Destined to become a tailgate classic, all you need are some regular baked beans, barbecue (obviously), a little slaw and some pickles. You know you want to give it a try.
Food Safety First
- Always cook meat to the appropriate, safe internal temperature to kill foodborne pathogens — view a safe cooking temperatures chart.
- Refer to some Grilling Safety 101 (PDF, 1.8 MB) basics for barbecue beginners and meat maestros alike.
- Find more Food Safety at Home tips and tools from the experts at NC State University.