Meat Mitch

KC's Championship Competitive BBQ Team
Meat Mitch
Mitch has earned his stripes the hard (but delicious!) way, by working his way through the competitive BBQ circuit ranks. His ribs taste like championship cue and have the hardware to back it up!
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Meet Mitch. He’s just your average Kansas City local, which means two things: he bleeds KC Royal Blue and is in possession of an award-winning barbecue sauce that could kick some serious Southern pork butt. After training alongside World Champion pit masters, Mitch Benjamin created his own unique blend of spices that form the base of his KC-style BBQ sauces and dry rub. Mitch’s boss sauce perfectly blends sweet molasses and a tangy tomato base with heat to make your lips tingle.

Set your forks down and pile on those napkins… this is serious finger lickin’ grub.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Meat Mitch catered both the KC-hosted 2012 MLB All-Star game and Derek Jeter’s retirement party at Yankee Stadium in 2014. Since then, Meat Mitch has been featured on The Today Show, ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball, Fox Sports Radio and Cosmopolitan. Their pork ribs and sauces have won numerous national BBQ competitions and are favorites of MLB Hall of Fame icon George Brett, Reggie Jackson and Wayne Gretzky.

Meat Mitch

KC's Championship Competitive BBQ Team

Meet Mitch. He’s just your average Kansas City local, which means two things: he bleeds KC Royal Blue and is in possession of an award-winning barbecue sauce that could kick some serious Southern pork butt. After training alongside World Champion pit masters, Mitch Benjamin created his own unique blend of spices that form the base of his KC-style BBQ sauces and dry rub. Mitch’s boss sauce perfectly blends sweet molasses and a tangy tomato base with heat to make your lips tingle.

Set your forks down and pile on those napkins… this is serious finger lickin’ grub.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Meat Mitch catered both the KC-hosted 2012 MLB All-Star game and Derek Jeter’s retirement party at Yankee Stadium in 2014. Since then, Meat Mitch has been featured on The Today Show, ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball, Fox Sports Radio and Cosmopolitan. Their pork ribs and sauces have won numerous national BBQ competitions and are favorites of MLB Hall of Fame icon George Brett, Reggie Jackson and Wayne Gretzky.