Thursday, February 19, 2015

Dead End BBQ's George Ewart Cooks Hillbilly Chili - Video

Co-Owner George Ewart cooks one of our wintertime favorites, Hillbilly Chili. Try out our brisket chili at both of our restaurant locations. Or make it at home with the recipe below!

Original Video Produced By WBIR

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1 lb. Ground beef 

1 lb. Beef stew meat, chopped 

1 Can dark red kidney beans 

1 Can chili beans 

1 Small green pepper, chopped 

1 Onion, chopped 

1 Dash garlic powder, chili powder, cayenne 

2 Dashes tiger seasoning 

1 16 oz. can stewed tomatoes 

1 16 oz. can tomato sauce 

1 6 oz. can tomato paste 

1 Dash vinegar 

21⁄2 T Brown sugar 

Sauté green peppers and onions in vegetable oil. Add hamburger, beef, and seasonings. Brown meat. Add remaining items and simmer slowly for 1 hour.

Monday, February 16, 2015

Cooking with Dead End - Video

Check out this video of George from Dead End BBQ teaching how to cook Burnt Ends using Brisket.

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George Talks About Judging BBQ Competitions

Dishing with George Ewart

"George Ewart, Knoxville, is a member of the competitive barbecue team "The Dead End Society" and is a judge for the Kansas City Barbecue Society.
His team has won numerous awards, including grand champion/state champion of Tennessee at the Cookeville Cook-off 2007 and Chicken Champions of North Carolina at Shelby, N.C., in 2007. He recently shared tips with those judging the second annual "Big BBQ Bash...."
Original Article Written By Mary Constantine, Knoxville News Sentinel

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Sunday, February 15, 2015

DEBBQ Catering Explains Why Barbecue Is Perfect For Your Wedding

A Southern Favorite: Three Reasons to Use Barbecue for Your Wedding Catering

"Want to find a great-tasting way to tie in your Southern heritage to your big day? Barbeque is a fabulous option for brides who are looking for a reception meal that tastes good, looks good, and is better on the budget!

I talked with Marlowe Whittaker, the Catering Sales Manager for Knoxville catering company and restaurant Dead End BBQ, to learn about three tempting reasons to use delicious barbecue for wedding catering..."
Original Article Written By Pink Lady Kathleen, The Pink Bride Blog

Dead End Is #4 out of 20 Words That Mean Something Totally Different In Knoxville

20 Words That Mean Something Totally Different In Knoxville

"Orange you glad Smokey is in K-Town for Boomsday? Because if you're not, bless your heart."

Original Article Written By Erica Zane
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Andy Staples vists Dead End BBQ - Video

The Search is over.
SEC Nation stopped by Dead End BBQ.

Original video produced by the SEC Network
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Friday, February 13, 2015

DEBBQ Catering Bringing Southern Comfort Food To Your Wedding

Just the thought of it makes me hungry, but barbeque can’t be a whole meal unless you have a few fancy fixin’s framing it on your plate!
That’s especially true at your wedding reception. Whether you’re going for the casual, outdoor picnic feel or a banquet gala (with a generous stack of napkins for guests to stay properly clean), Knoxville area premier restaurant and wedding caterer Dead End BBQ is here to make your dreams come true…one bite at a time! I chatted recently with Marlowe Whittaker of the famed locale, and she let me in on a few options that pair perfectly with scrumptious barbeque at a nice, Southern wedding reception..."
Original Article Written By Pink Lady Andrea, The Pink Bride Blog
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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Dead End BBQ in Maryville: New restaurant chooses busy downtown intersection at Broadway Ave., Lamar Alexander Parkway

“Barbecue is a destination place” — and George Ewart, owner of Dead End BBQ, wants to make Maryville one of those destinations when he opens his second restaurant in October.

“There is a clique in barbecue where people travel around and eat at barbecue restaurants,” Ewart explained of a demographic study of his customers he had done two years into owning his first restaurant.

“On Saturday and Sunday, we were full of people who weren’t from here. That gave us an idea: if we’re going to expand, where should we go? We cut our teeth cooking barbecue in Blount County, so it made sense.”

Original Article written by the Daily Times
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