Summer is upon us and for some that means firing up the grill for backyard barbequing whenever the mood strikes.
A huge crowd gathered for the 35th annual Labor Day Parade in Wilmington Monday.
Lynx Executive Chef Andres Dangond stopped by KCAL9 to show viewers how to grill some sweet treats just in time for Labor Day.
This barbecue joint from the guys behind Umami Burger and NYC’s Hill Country and Fatty ‘Cue dishes up low-key, high-flavor plates of smoked meat and globally influenced BBQ, plus an impressive beer list and creative cocktails.
This summer, enjoy the flavor of delicious smoked meats right from your very own backyard.
When you want good barbecue without having to tend to a smoky grill, try these places in Orange County.
Barbecuing is a form of art for most chefs. It takes technique, creativity and patience. There are a handful of incredible barbecue restaurants in Los Angeles where you will be licking your plate clean.
Try some variety with your next barbecue, and seek out some specialty craft beers instead of the regular brews. These craft beers pair exceptionally well with your carefully grilled meats.
Chef Charlie Parker from Freddy Smalls + Kitchen visited KCAL9 Thursday to talk about the restaurant’s Backyard BBQ event, which takes place Sunday, Aug. 18.
From family friendly parades, muscled and tanned men and women competing at the beach to fireworks spectaculars you’ll find the best family- friendly 4th of July events listed here.
From traditional southern barbecue to a place where you can add your choice of sauce in the amount you want, here are some of the best places to get pulled pork in Orange County.
Whether you smother it in BBQ sauce, coat it with sweet glaze or spice it up a bit, pulled pork sandwiches are literally what’s hot this summer. Until the backyard invites start rolling in, these Los Angeles spots should hold you over.
Five family members were injured early Sunday morning after a car plowed into them while they were retrieving a fallen barbecue in Riverside County.
A Southern California man has been hospitalized after a barbecue exploded and touched off a house fire.
There are cases across the country of people swallowing loose metal bristles from barbecue brushes. It can cause huge medical issues and, now, many barbecue brushes are coming with warnings as a result.