Local residents know David and Karyn Rosol’s legendary, mouthwatering barbecue served at their Anthem restaurant, Q-to-U BBQ. Barbecue competitors across the nation are also well aware of the Rosol’s award-winning dishes. But what the Rosols didn’t realize is that their barbecue was on the radar of celebrity couple, Ice-T and Coco, and the producers of their new talk show, “Ice & Coco” — that is, until they received a phone call asking them to fly to New York City.
The Rosols happily obliged, and in a whirlwind 24 hours flew to New York, taped their 10-minute segment and flew back home to Anthem. David is still amazed at how quickly it all happened.
“We flew out to New York on a Thursday at 5 p.m. and by Friday at 4:30 p.m., we were heading back to Phoenix,” he says.
But those 24 hours were packed with a lot of new experiences and memories. The show, which is taped in front of a live audience and available in limited markets, including Phoenix; Atlanta;...