KREM 2 Tom’s BBQ Forecast 2021
Tom’s BBQ Forecast will be your destination for summer weather, great recipes and the fight against hunger in our region.
SPOKANE, Wash. – We’re back to the grill! KREM 2 is happy to announce that Tom’s BBQ Forecast will be your destination for summer weather, great recipes and the fight against hunger in our region.
KREM 2 meteorologist Tom Sherry will be serving his favorite meals from the KREM 2 Outdoor Weather Center every Thursday on KREM 2 News at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. starting May 27. recipes to delight your friends and family this summer. After a year apart, we are meeting at the BBQ this year to celebrate.
You will also have access to Tom’s recipes at home. Simply send the keyword “BBQ” to 509-448-2000 and KREM will send you a link to their recipe of the week.
We also want to see pictures of you at the grill and share them with our viewers. Do not be shy! Send your barbecue photos to 509-448-2000 or share them using the “Near me” function of the KREM 2 mobile application.
While Tom enjoys grilling for his friends and family, he also enjoys supporting the fight against hunger. Every Thursday, he will speak about the Beef Counts program which provides meat rich in protein to families in the region struggling with food insecurity.
KREM 2 partners with local ranchers, Rosauers and Second Harvest each summer to raise money for Beef Count. You can help! Go to any Rosauers location in the area and buy some st. Ten cents of every pound of beef sold up to $ 50,000 will go to feed the people of the interior of the Northwest.
What you need to know about beef counts
Beef Counts is a program that provides high-quality, high-protein beef to food insecure families.
KREM 2 and our partners helped serve 2.5 million servings of beef with the program since its inception in 2010, according to Second Harvest.
Food distribution is done throughout the summer, but Beef Counts celebrates with two large mobile markets in our area: one in spring and one in early fall.
KREM 2 believes that we all have a role to play in helping to solve hunger and food insecurity in our region. Many of our local families are food insecure, including children. It is estimated that one in five children face problems related to hunger. That represents 86,000 children in eastern Washington and northern Idaho, according to Second Harvest.