BBQ Jew Merchandise On Sale

With Christmas and Hanukkah fast approaching, there is no better time than now to order BBQ Jew merch.  Wouldn’t your newborn niece look nice in an “I’m Fine with the Swine” onesie?  Wouldn’t your husband love a “Devout from Tail to Snout” BBQ apron?  Don’t you crave a “Pork is Kosher, Right?” coffee mug?  These are rhetorical questions but feel free to answer them with your credit card at the BBQ Jew Store.

We sell through, which is having a “12 Deals of Christmas” sale right now with a different deal announced each day.  Free shipping, 30% off discounts and more.  Just visit the BBQ Jew Store and follow the “Click for code” link near the top of the page to see the deal of the day and other coupons available. 

Order now while supplies last.  Some restrictions may apply.  Offer void where prohibited by kosher law.  Your newborn niece doesn’t care what her onesie says. 

What Men Will Do for BBQ

I'm keeping this in mind for next Halloween...

Fortunate Pig

Notwithstanding that darkest of dark period in German history that Jews try in vain to forget (i.e., David Hasselhoff’s chart-topping singing career, which some call the “Hoffocaust”), the Germans do have a proud culture.  Although native Germans have no history of preparing chopped pork barbecue–at least until they emigrated to the United States and settled in Lexington, NC–they do know a thing or two about cooking pig (knockwurst anyone?). 

The Hoff making German women swoon.

Germans’ fondness for pig finds its way into their language.  The word “Glücksschwein” translates to “good fortune pig,” a symbol of good luck that has its origins in another phrase.  The German phrase “Du hast Schwein gehabt” is said when someone has had good luck.  It means, literally, “you have had pig.”  According to completely unreliable sources on the Interweb, the saying dates back to scarcer times, when having a pig to eat meant you were lucky.  What does this have to do with barbecue?  Not a heckuva lot.