CatHead’s BBQ was the combined dream of Richard Parker and Pamela Schafer. Their goal was to bring delicious, authentic, and rural barbecue recipes and techniques into the heart of San Francisco – and they succeeded!
After humble beginnings in 2008, the pair went onto take over Big Nate’s BBQ in 2012, expanding their restaurant business. People from all over the country flocked to CatHead’s BBQ with the unique, sizzling flavors becoming a must-taste for locals and tourists alike.
Unfortunately, Richard and Pamela had to shutter their restaurant in the aftermath of the global pandemic. Their legacy continues to live on, though!
These days, the site has become a guide and haven for barbecue enthusiasts everywhere. From recipes to step-by-step instructions, this website can show you everything you need to know to turn out a perfectly grilled piece of meat each and every time.
If you are looking to take your barbecuing skills to the next level, then you have come to the right place! From novices to experts, this site is a fount of wisdom – tips and tricks that everyone can use. Go ahead and put these to the test and discover just how quickly your BBQ parties can be the talk of the neighborhood.
Kristy J. Norton
I’m Kristy – a chef and connoisseur of all things BBQ! You can find me either in my kitchen (or someone else’s) or at a big outdoor barbecue surrounded by friends and family. In both my professional and personal life I’ve picked up more than a few tips and tricks for turning out delicious food. I consider it a privilege to share it with others!
John bought his first home in 2012 and bought his first grill shortly afterward: the ubiquitous Weber kettle grill.
He’s been hooked since the first time he fired up some coals. Now, after over a decade spent making countless delicious meals, John is a passionate advocate for live-fire cooking.
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