– 6 years ago, locals saved this BBQ joint. It returned the favor after Hurricane Matthew.
Provenzano credits Southern Soul, along with a number of other local restaurants that stayed open, for helping the recovery effort run smoothly and allowing emergency workers to stay on the island through mealtimes, instead of having to travel to a staging area on the mainland.
– A bbq and slaw egg roll is one of the crazy foods to try at this year’s NC State Fair
I reviewed 4 new foods at the @NCStateFair and it went oh so much better than last year https://t.co/iJRXkbSUyF
— Jeremy Markovich (@deftlyinane) October 18, 2016
– Bill Spoon’s BBQ makes Charlotte Stories’ list of Top 10 Best Comfort Food Restaurants in Charlotte
– Charleston Paper cheekily writes up Arby’s new Smoke Mountain sandwich: Finally, Charleston has a place for good barbecue
– Tickets for the train to the Barbecue Festival are still on sale:
Tickets now on sale for special train stop at the 33rd annual Lexington Barbecue Festival, taking place Oct. 22. https://t.co/uGjC6T1IYI pic.twitter.com/xMjx20l72h
— NC By Train (@NC_By_Train) September 29, 2016
– Picnic makes the list of Durham stops in this article from Departures
– Also from Departures, the best mail-order barbecue
– Atlanta Magazine: Meet Atlanta’s next great pitmaster – Bryan Furman of B’s Cracklin’ Barbecue
– More on Furman
.@bscracklinbbq is different from other ATL barbecue joints. You can thank the owner’s S.C. family for that https://t.co/KrTDkLvmzz
— CL ATL Food & Drink (@cl_atlantafood) October 17, 2016
– Grant’s latest stops: Sportsman’s BBQ in Chattanooga and Peg Leg Porker in Nashville, their 400th barbecue writeup
– Congrats to Grant and Marie!
Tonight, we reach a big goal for our blog. I’ve now eaten at every restaurant on the NC #BBQ Society Historic Trail. Last up: Stephenson’s. pic.twitter.com/KLLbbl8al6
— Grant Goggans (@MarieLetsEat) October 13, 2016
2 thoughts on “Linkdown: 10/19/16”
While I thoroughly enjoyed (as always) the links included in the linkdown, personally the comments in the Arby’s / Charleston article take the cake. I got a good chuckle at the folks who missed the sarcasm / satire of the article…
Thanks Jeff and agreed on the comments from the Arby’s article. I saw some similar back and forth on Twitter. Reading comprehension is not always a strong suit, particularly when it comes to a topic as strongly felt as barbecue.