Hello everyone, I am a bit new to Massdrop. I actually came here by way of Mechanical Keyboards research and stumbled on the Cooking community. I love to cook outdoors and I prefer real barbecue, not some crappy wrapped in plastic meat thrown on a gas grill and petrified, but real smoky, juicy, and flavorful barbecue. My brother and I are both software and web developers, but we grew up under the apprenticeship of our father who was a two time barbecue world champion in 1985 and 1987.
Our father was featured in many large newspapers, books, and TV shows growing up and was one of the pioneers of the championship barbecue community. He loved to make people happy with food and it was one of the best things we learned as children growing up.
Find out more at: http://jimquessenberry.com
Our father, Jim Quessenberry, on Great Chefs of Southern BBQ
We Would Love To Be Massdrop Foodies Too!
We're here to get people interested in our family barbecue sauce and spice business and we would love to offer a drop discount for raving fans. I would love to send each of you a free sample of our products just to wet your appetites and increase our exposure. I do have to limit shipping of free samples to domestic U.S. addresses, however we do ship internationally for medium to bulk sized orders.
We see the potential in growing a community for enthusiasts by enthusiasts so we're here to share recipes, tips, tricks, and photos of our dishes as we grow with the community. We're not just here to sell product, but to be a part of something that everyone loves.
Ribs from our latest football season tailgate
Please take a minute to visit our website at http://jimquessenberry.com and be sure to take a look at our products. Each product is made by hand in Memphis, TN. We love our business and we do it for fun. We've decided if it's not fun we don't have any business doing it.
Pulled pork from our last barbecue contest.
We're a local to regional sized company with locally sourced ingredients, packaging, and labels.
All of our products are mixed, poured, filled, and labeled by hand by our team. We do this once every 2 weeks or so to keep up with demand from local grocers. We're currently selling on the shelves of approximately 25 stores at any given time of the year in Arkansas and Tennessee. We would like to expand our product availability and product lines to online retail sales to foodies just like you all.
This is Patrick, our partner's son and also Chief of Staff for the company.
A common demo table for our grocery store demonstrations.
This is our throwback packaging from the mid 1990's when our Dad was selling locally to grocery stores throughout Northeast Arkansas.