Mark, Susan, Destiny and Mary Jo Shook, of Peace Pit BBQ in Greeley, finished fourth in the chicken and ribs categories, and took first place in pork. When they were announced as the overall grand champion, the Shook family had to navigate its way through a standing ovation and a sea of high fives and […]
Bill Karau considers his patented Karubecue ready for the big time. His three-car garage has been his laboratory and manufacturing plant, his backyard his testing ground Dallas Morning News by Cheryl Hall, April 13, 2012 Click here to read the article on the Dallas Morning News site
For a story in 360 WEST MAGAZINE, I recently spent some time with a $625, six-volume, 60-pound text book called Modernist Cuisine. You may have heard of it. What you may not have heard of is Bill Karau or his Karubecue. If you’re a ‘cue nut, you need to. Here’s why. Checking In, Checking Out […]
Part scientist and all engineer, Bill Karau was determined to build a better barbecue grill. The secret is eliminating the bad (creosote and soot) without sacrificing the good (moist meat and sweet, smokey flavor). Mission Accomplished. 360 West Magazine by Mike Hiller, June 2011 Click here to read the article on the 360 West Magazine […]
Can your backyard brisket taste as good as the meat you’d get at your favorite barbecue joint? Bill Karau, a native of Pittsburg, thinks so. There’s only one catch—you’ve got to use one of his pits. Texas Monthly by Kristen Ellertson, September 2010 Click here to read the article on the Texas Monthly site
Engineers use technology to demystify the black art of barbecue I.E.E.E. Spectrum by Erica Westly, July 2010 Click here to read the article on the I.E.E.E Spectrum site
We showed the X-400 and B-30 pits at the National Barbecue Association Conference & Expo in Austin on February 19-21, 2009.