Father’s Day is coming soon and if you are looking for a mouthwatering gift, Jack Stack BBQ has you covered with HOME DELIVERY of their incredible award-winning meals. Brisket, Ribs, Burnt Ends, Sausages, Sides, Desserts. All you have to do is re-heat it according to their directions, and I promise… you will never know you weren’t sitting in one of their five Kansas City Locations. It’s THAT GOOD!
I had the privilege of meeting with Head Pit Master Tim Keegan a few weeks ago on WIBW’s From the Land of Kansas segment where we talked all things home delivery, deliciousness, and BBQ! Good barbeque takes time and energy and practice, but you can bypass all of that with the click of a button. Jack Stack’s shipping division has found the best way to get high quality BBQ to your door, expertly packed, with specific instructions for making it taste like it came right out of the smoker. It would be perfect for Father’s Day, 4th of July, a gathering at the lake, Sunday dinner, whatever!
Watch the video below to learn more (and to get your mouth watering) then click on the link to order a meal everyone, including DAD, will love. And for a limited time you can get FREE standard shipping when you order dad’s favorites by June 14. Use code DADSHIPF at checkout. Every order comes with the Jack Stack guarantee!
And I’ll give you Chef Alli’s guarantee… you won’t be disappointed!
Now You’re Cookin’,
**This recipe was featured on Chef Alli’s Farm Fresh Kitchen with From the Land of Kansas, as part of WIBW 13 News This Morning, May 2016. To order your favorite From the Land of Kansas products and ingredients, visit our new ecommerce site!
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