Linkdown: 10/7/15

-Buxton Hall is now open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner

– Wilmington’s got a new eastern, whole hog barbecue food cart that hopes to turn into a brick and mortar place

– Queen City Q remains busy – in addition to their Matthews location opening up in the summer and announcing a partnership for the Hornets, they are eyeing a third location in Concord

– An article on food trucks in Gaston County features Ranucci’s Big Butt BBQ

– John Mueller’s barbecue pit was stolen

– In what I hope becomes a new trend, Melvin’s Barbecue in Charleston returns to all wood smoking

– The Simpsons did it: a barbecue episode (they apparently did their homework too)

One thought on “Linkdown: 10/7/15

  1. That’s good news about Melvin’s, I already enjoyed their BBQ when it was cooked on the gasser, now that they are going all-wood it should be even better.

    Here’s a pic from when my ex-GF and myself visited the Melvin’s in Mt. Pleasant, she described the banana pudding (shown) as “almost orgasmic.” 😉

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