I love a good BBQ and when thinking of BBQ how can you not think of the the South? I went to Austin, Texas last summer and had my mind (and my arteries) a little blown with all of their incredible food. There were a plethora of food trucks serving up traditional Texas fare – ribs, brisket, sausages, coleslaw, potato salad – but the coolest trucks always put a spin on tradition.
When planning our backyard BBQ we wanted to make it a little different than usual so we used the South as our inspiration and then made a menu that included most of the traditional items like ribs, sausages and potato salad but then added some fun additions like Queso (for a Tex Mex vibe) and burgers. Because to me, a BBQ is not official without some good old fashioned burgers.
We headed to Sobeys and grabbed some of their Canadian Chuck Burgers because not only are they prepared fresh in-store every day, but because they’re delicious! Made with 100% Canadian AAA beef, the Canadian Chuck Burgers are created with our tastes in mind without added hormones or antibiotics.
I’m a toppings girl so when Sobeys sent over a bunch of custom burger topping recipes I couldn’t help myself but make them all.
If you’re grilling this weekend pop over to Sobeys for their delish burgers!
Photos by Fancy
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