– A pretty extensive rundown of the BBQ Year in Review, courtesy of Robert F. Moss
— BBQ Hub (@thebbqhub) December 28, 2016
– Much like Cleveland before it, New Orleans is searching for a barbecue style of its own
“The history of barbecue in New Orleans sort of parallels the relationship between New Orleans and the South,” says author Lolis Eric Elie. “We are Southern, geographically, but in terms of culture, our Southernness is rightly questioned.” In 1994, when he and photographer Frank Stewart were conducting research for their book Smokestack Lightning: Adventures in the Heart of Barbecue Country, neither his hometown of New Orleans nor anywhere else in Louisiana was included.
– South Carolina pitmaster/engineer Howard Conyers is doing a South Carolina whole hog at an event near Shreveport, Louisiana on January 29
– TMBBQ ranks all of the Texas barbecue sides, and they like a vinegar cole slaw as much as folks in Western North Carolina do with our barbecue slaw
– Speaking of Texas sides
— Texas Monthly (@TexasMonthly) December 22, 2016