THE LEGENDARY KING OF BARBECUE
“Serve no swine before it’s time, serve no beef at any time.”
“You gotta start with good meat and you gotta have slow cooking. You gotta cook it low and cook it slow.”
“GOOD FOOD AIN’T CHEAP, CHEAP FOOD AIN’T GOOD.”
Ray "Red" Gill DP., U. H. O. H.
(Doctor of Porkology, University of High on the Hog)
Ira Ray "Red" Gill, owner and head porkologist of River City Spice Company and the Razorback Cookers Catering has been barbecuing all his life. Red’s barbecue heritage began in 1810 with his Great Grandfather William Thomas Gill, Red combined the family’ s secret recipe with some secrets of his own and has won barbecue contests worldwide.
In 1986 Red began marketing the Gill family barbecue spices and sauces in mild, hot, dry, and spicy versions through his River City Spice Company under the Razorback Bar-B-Q label. River City Spice also bottles sauce for several other companies.