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We take bbq seriously. Whether it is for a 10 person tailgate catering in Fayetteville for the big game, a big crowd needing wedding catering, or one of the regions largest BBQ competitions you can expect top quality. Our barbecue is smoked using the "hot and fast" method on world class pits with locally sourced Arkansas pecan wood. Our specialties are baby back ribs and brisket, but we cook it all. We also pride ourselves on handcrafted sauces like "Cherry Coke," "Peach Moonshine," and "3X Hot."

We are unique in that we only book one catering event per day, so you never have to worry about staying in touch with us leading up to your special occasion. Since we only accept one reservation per day, our spots do fill up quickly.

If you are ever watching those bbq tv shows and wish you could eat some give me a call. By cooking small batches for same day service we can provide competition style bar b que to the public. Proudly serving Fayetteville,  and the surrounding Northwest Arkansas area, we look forward to cooking for you. Call us at 479-263-0474 so we can plan your a custom menu!

What is "Hot and Fast BBQ?"

Every pitmaster has their own definition of the best way to smoke delicious barbecue. In general, there are two schools of thought. Those who cook "low and slow" and those who cook "hot and fast." Low and slow temperatures typically range from 205-245F. Hot and fast cooks are usually cooking at temperatures above 250F. Depending on the meat, my ideal temperature is usually between 275-325F. There are pros and cons to both styles (anyone who says otherwise is crazy) but for us, hot and fast is what works best. The faster cook times leave less room for error, but less time cooking means more time to feed your crowd. Give us a try to find out what "hot and fast" smoking is all about!