Click the yellow "Donate" button, If you would like to make a donation to help us achieve our goal.

Welcome to the "Funding" section of our web site. On August 20th 2018 we decided to finally make a long standing dream come true. So right now we are in the funding stages of our business plan. We are using our website as a "Crowd Funding" site. You may also know this process as a "kick-Starter". As time goes on we will add to the site.


It is our mission to create a business with the following goals:

1) To offer food allergy friendly foods and Services to our customers.

2) To raise funds to launch a food truck/catering business in the central Texas area.
3) To Initially launch in Catering and Food Truck services Austin, TX. and eventually add service to: Houston, TX, San Antonio, TX,Washington DC and Baltimore, MD.
4) To give back to the communities in which we serve and operate. This will be done in many ways but initially through services and charitable donations (please see the FAQ Page).
5) To have both a digital presence and a "Brick & Mortar " presence in the communities we serve.
6) To deploy innovative technologies to achieve all of the above, and have fun along the way.

We will initially start off with catering and food truck services. This will be provided to people at their place of business during breakfast and lunch meal times. The menu will include specialty beverages including: expresso, coffee, and other beverages. Healthy choices and international comfort food choices. "Imagine High quality, flavor rich food just outside your workplace." For those who already know what they want, imagine choosing and paying for your meal online so all you have to do is walk over? Using the best technology available in: food preparation, delivery, and CRM (Customer Relationship Management). we will be able to provide a high quality food experience to a wider range of patrons and businesses than what is currently done.

To Achieve our goals we need to raise $160,000.00 through "Crowd Funding".
We know to some this may seem like a lot however this is one of the reasons we chose crowd funding. Food trucks, licences and equipment are expensive and the profit margins on food related services is not huge, even when everything is open and running.
If everyone gives what is comfortable for them, then as a whole great things can be accomplished! We will update this website on a regular basis, If you have any questions please read our FAQ section or use the "Contact BaerGrillz With questions and/or requests" form to the right. Also please enjoy the articles and pictures of "Whats cooking in our kitchens". All pictures of food on this site are actual photographs of meals I have prepared unless otherwise stated directly in the description.
We do not give permission to use or copy these photographs for any purpose without explicit permission from us. Please enjoy your visit and feel free to comment or donate as you see fit. Thanks for stopping by.

Sunday, January 27, 2019

Beef Tacos Supreme (from Scratch)

I have had some comments that in many of our pictures you can not see what is on our tacos.  So here is a step by step pictorial of what for me is a perfect beef taco.  lol
Start with a home made flour tortilla.  Make sure its warm.  lol

Add a 5 cheese Mexican blend

Taco Beef  (seasoned from scratch)- Only home made will do - No store brought taco seasoning on this puppy.

Fresh Shredded Lettuce and Diced Tomatoes

Fresh Lime Juice

Sour Cream and Home Made Guacamole

Heaping portion of fresh chopped cilantro

Home made Salsa

Freshly sliced Jalapenos

mmm my mouth is watering

Fold it over and Serve with some Puerto Rican "Arroz Con Gondules"
And that's how we do it at BGC.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Very Important Tip for Bloggers and admins that host or co-locate their own sites

As we all progress in learning all of the wonderful things we can do with scripts and simple Html code. Sometimes it is useful to also realize just because we CAN do something doesn't mean we SHOULD. There are many examples of this both in life and in the internet, however the particular subject of this post is "tabnapping", As defined by wikipedia -Tabnabbing is a computer exploit and phishing attack, which persuades users to submit their login details and passwords to popular websites by impersonating those sites and convincing the user that the site is genuine. Now this is bad enough but there is a specific flavor of tabnapping that can be unknowingly assisted by bloggers. 
I would urge anyone who is technically inclined to do more research on the general subject. I have provided a few links below to get you started.  For now lets look at the topic of this post.

By now most users on the internet are aware of the dangers of clicking on unknown websites or visiting non "HTTPS" websites. The majority of people even know the dangers of opening e-mail links from unsecured sources. However a very popular html code used by many admins of blog sites can potentially be used against us and our visitors in a very bad way. We are all aware of links and most webmasters know how to create them and add them to a site.

Ie: #<a href="https://www.exampledotcom/">exampledotcom</a>
There is another type of link that us webmasters like to use which opens the link in a new tab or window. This is the type of code I want to warn all webmasters/bloggers about.
Ie: #<a href="https://www.exampledotcom/" target="_blank">exampledotcom</a>

Why would this be a problem you may ask?  Well the short answer is it sets up the visitor for a phishing attack if the site you link to has bad intentions.  For a more in-depth answer I will refer to : And I quote directly from their site:

"It Makes Your Site Vulnerable to Phishing Attacks

At the time this is written, when you open a new page with target="_blank", the site you link to gains access to the window/tab containing your page and is able to change it (in the visitor's browser) to display a different web address.

This not only thwarts your attempt to keep visitors at your site (if that's your purpose), it's also a potential danger to them. For example, if you have a login page, the linked-to site may replace it with one on another site that looks like yours, but actually collects your visitor's login details. This kind of attack is called "phishing". Even if your site does not have facilities for visitors to log in, the linked-to site can replace it with a page that delivers malware.

This vulnerability is not hypothetical. The people from the Google Security Team have noted a "significant number of reports" of such "tabnabbing" being used to deliver malware.

Technical details (only for those who are interested): the newly open site gains limited access to your page via the JavaScript window.opener object. This is a read/write object that they can manipulate. It has a property called window.opener.location that can be changed, causing the browser to go to a new URL instead of staying at your page. If you don't understand this paragraph, skip it. It's merely the technical version of the explanation given earlier.

You can prevent it from happening in some browsers by adding rel="noopener noreferrer" to your link. With this added, the above example becomes:
<a href="" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank"></a>

Theoretically, either rel="noopener" or rel="noreferrer" is sufficient to prevent this problem, with rel="noopener" being the correct attribute to use. (The other one, rel="noreferrer", has a side-effect in that the browser will also withhold the referring URL.) However, at this time, not all browsers support rel="noopener". Likewise, rel="noreferrer" is also not supported by some browsers. Since the list of browsers that support either attribute is not identical, if you want this protection from the greatest subset of browsers possible, you will probably need to use both.

That said, the workaround only helps with the later versions of Chrome, Firefox and Safari. Internet Explorer does not have such a facility, although from my cursory test, version 11 seems to be immune to the attack in its default security zone. I'm not sure about Microsoft Edge.

In other words, the method detailed above is not 100% foolproof. The best way to avoid the problem is to use normal links, without target="_blank".

My general recommendation is to avoid opening links in a new window or tab, if possible. Of course there may be specific instances where this is needed (which is why such a facility exists in the first place, for those rare cases where it may be required). If so, you may want to warn your visitors by saying something like "opens in a new window" next to your link (if it's appropriate). It won't help the average Internet user, who won't know what you are talking about or how to deal with it, and it won't guard them from attacks using your site, but at least you won't frustrate the more experienced Internet visitors."

So the big "take away" here is this: It is ok to use traditional links on your site but it is a bad idea to use the "Open in a new tab or window" type of link unless you know the destination is secure or its to your own pages.

It is not my intention to teach a class on the subject rather I only wish to make admins and bloggers aware of the issue so they can do their own research and adjust their security on hosted sites as they see fit.

Here are some sources used in this post and some to point ya in the right direction.

Hope you find this useful and safe blogging to you all,


Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Pan Seared Salmon with a Tomato Citrus Glaze

One Pound of wild caught Salmon Steak marinated and pan seared in a Tomato Citrus Glaze
Mixed the Tomato Citrus into the rice for rice pilaf

Lettuce wedge with Scallions and Avocado chunks and a Avocado Salsa dressing

Finished with Fresh Lime Juice and Kosher salt  mmmmm
This is a keeper!!  Sometimes I surprise myself.  lol

Sunday, January 6, 2019


Don't think any other words are needed here.  lol

Friday, January 4, 2019

Another Burger "Blast from the past" - Angus Brisket Burger fresh off the grill

(2) Hand made 1/3 pound Ground Angus Brisket Patties
 Mayonnaise, Pickles, Iceberg Lettuce, Fresh Guac, Onions, Bacon
Gouda and Monterrey Jack Cheese 

Little ketchup on the bottom, on a basic toasted bun.  Oh I'm having "flash backs" just looking at it!  lol

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Ghirardelli And Hershey Chocolate cake - Finishing Touches and cutting

How did they say it in the movie "Sparta"?
Little better but not there yet.

Decided to step it up a notch with a white chocolate butter cream frosting for the decorations.

I still have a lot to learn on decorating.

But I give myself a passing grade on flavor and technical s  lol
I'm going to call this cake recipe "The Sweet Tooth Slayer Chocolate, Chocolate Cake"

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Cajun Blackened River Trout On Bed of Spring Mix with Boiled Dill Potatoes

Oh I guess I shouldn't neglect posting a Main Dish.

River Trout on a bed of Spring Mix Greens Tossed in a light Lemon Dressing.  Served with Will Boiled Potatoes.

Fresh From the Test Oven! - Ghirardelli And Hershey Chocolate cake with Dark Chocolate Butter Cream Frosting - All From Scratch

Ok so I figure ive got a good hand;le on cake recipies and flavor but I have a long way to go on decorating.  lol
Figured I would post these pics now before I destroy it with decorations.  lol

I tasted the scraps and OMG!  well I'm bias because I love chocolate.  But very yummy indeed!

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

New Years Simplicity. Happy New Years To All

Simple Pan Seared Steak
Stir Fried Brussel sprouts

Truffled Mashed Potatoes and a little sparkleing Rose to wash it down.

Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Happy Holidays but I also must apologize...

as soon as finished setting up buffet no one would let me near the food to take a pic till they made their plates  lol
White Rice

Honey Glazed Ham

Chitterlings and Hog Maws

Candid Yams and Collards with Turnips and ham hocks
Beef Brisket
Huge plate of everything Oh also made Ox Tails and Gravy

Potato Salad on there also

Close up on Ox Tails

Merry Xmas to all and Happy Holidays!!

Saturday, December 22, 2018

What to expect when BGC Makes Seafood Boil Plates!!

Shrimp, Jumbo Snow Crab, hard Boiled Egg, Corn On Cob, Sausage, Gourmet New potatoes, Vegetable Normandy, all Resting on a bed of our signature Cajun Fried Rice.  All generously bathed in our signature garlic butter sauce with a little bit in reserve on the side.