Q: I don’t really want a subscription. Can I order just one box? Asked by Mary H., May 2022
Hello! You can order a month-to-month subscription and set it not to renew. We will ship that one box and that will be it. Thank you for your inquiry!
Q: Is the packing paper in these boxes just paper or is it supposed to be butcher paper?Asked by Christine H., April 2022
Thank you for your question! The paper we use is in fact butcher paper, but we include it just as box filler. We figured it made sense for a BBQ box!
Q: My BBQ Box.....are the rubs only good for BBQ or can they be used in the oven? Can I set the first shipment in March? I don't see where I would request that?Asked by Jamie A., December 2021
Thank you for reaching out! Our rubs and recipes are geared toward cooking on a gas grill, charcoal grill, or traditional smoker. While the recipes could technically be cooked in an oven you would not be able to add any of the smoke to the meat in an oven and would miss on some the key flavors.
Regarding the timing, if you subscribe you can contact us with your subscription info and request a delayed start and we can take care of that.
Q: I received a gift subscription. How do I know what is coming each month?Asked by Christine H., August 2021
Hello! Thank you for reaching out! Our monthly schedule is below. Please let us know if you have any other questions. We only have the 12 recipes at this time. Thank you for your subscription!
January - Memphis Pork Ribs
February - California Tri-tip
March - Georgia Pork Butt
April - Austin Beef Ribs
May - Carolina Pork Ribs
June - Mississippi Championship Chicken
July - Texas Brisket
August - NOLA Shrimp
September - BBQ Chicken Wings
October - Colorado Fatty
November - Alabama Chicken
December - Kentucky Bourbon Pork Chop
Please note we reserve the right to alter the order if there are issues with availability. We will do our best to notify you in advance of any changes.
The recipes and instructions are outstanding. I have never been able to barbecue this well and my first two boxes were exceptional. The only suggestion I would have is to include a barbecue accessory that is related to the recipe. For example today's recipe called for a spritz of apple juice and it would have been useful to have included a spritz spray bottle with that recipe instead of the barbecue claws.
Containers for seasoning every time. Other than that, this is a pretty awesome product.
This was only the first box we received but I'm quite happy and impressed. We haven't had a chance to use anything but the taste of the rub is amazing. And I LOVE the instructions. My boyfriend just started using a smoker this past year and it really helps esp if you don't know what your doing. I can't wait to try this first box
Excited about the recipe and love the nice an heavy weight gloves.
It was an ok box. Loved getting a smoke tube so now I have 2 of them.
Loved my first box! It would be nice to know what brand of pellets and a have a sauce to go with it.
I like this subscription and enjoy the new recipes. I’d like it if you included more bbq accessories. I got a shaker for rub or spices but for what I pay I’d expect a bit more value. I enjoy the adventure but think it’s a bit overpriced. Maybe some accessory that compliments the recipe. Like something cool from Alabama for the Alabama chicken.
I got my husband this box as a Christmas gift last year. He loves it. The quality of the spice rubs, the recipes, and the extra gift each month has been amazing. He is so excited to get this box every month. He and I would recommend this for every level of smoking/BBQ level.
I expected more for what I paid for. Chips and coozie were nice, maybe a meat thermometer to add in.
I just think that the box is overpriced for not having any recipes, suggestions, or more items to try. Even if they were one use items, the box would provide more value.
While tradition says wings are fried, no need to heat up a vat of boiling oil in preparation for deep frying these wings. We’re going to show you how to produce better results on your grill. Your trusty BBQ and a parking lot is all you need to produce wings that will make you the toast of the tailgaters. This method and rub hails from Baton Rouge, Louisiana where tailgates on LSU gamedays are legendary.
We may not meet your expectations with this recipe because the meat we meet in this recipe isn’t a meat at all. No, we didn’t become vegetarians overnight however the center of this month’s box is the Jalapeno. Don’t fret, the sausage and bacon we add to this dish will ensure we continue our carnivore heritage here at My BBQ Box. This delicacy goes by many names, but you will no doubt find this version served by our friends high in the Rockies during Bronco’s games.
Our November box is Alabama Chicken. Chicken is a staple of BBQ from coast to coast but for this southern specialty we turn to the pitmasters of Alabama. They take perfectly smoked chicken and dunk it in a one of kind white bbq sauce. We show you how to prepare this delicacy that will have your guests lickin’ fingers and begging for the recipe.
You don’t have to be Augustus McCrae driving cattle from Texas to Montana to enjoy a good beef rib. However, he would be the first to tell you that well seasoned and smoked beef rib is a delicacy like no other.
This is how championship teams winning at the highest level of the BBQ cookoff circuit prepare their chicken for turn in. The key is creating a crispy skin on chicken, which is no small feat. It’s going to take time, a steady hand, and patience. The results are however absolutely worth it.
In Texas brisket is the gold standard of BBQ. All other types of Q stand in the shadow of this meat monolith. It can be intimidating but you have My BBQ Box, and we will walk you through every step to ensure your results would make Texas proud, and you a neighborhood BBQ hero!
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