Happy belated National Barbecue Day!
– Jim Shahin steps back and looks ahead to the future of barbecue not just in NC but in other barbecue capitals across the country
One weekend last October, some of the nation’s top young pitmasters gathered on a pig farm just outside Durham, N.C., to participate in an event called the N.C. Barbecue Revival.
On undulating farmland, the cooks, veiled in wood smoke, tended their creations while Duroc and Berkshire pigs trundled freely in the surrounding woods. Without setting out to, these pitmasters — they’re all in their 30s and opened their places in just the past few years — were making a statement: that the next generation of barbecue has arrived.
– Aaron Franklin in Bloomberg (huh?): Eight Things You’re Doing Wrong When You Go Out for Barbecue
– The story of how Heirloom Market Bar-B-Que came to be
— MUNCHIES (@munchies) May 13, 2017
– Grant continues his Memphis barbecue trip at Pollard’s Bar-B-Q and ended up digging the side of barbecue spaghetti
– Kosher barbecue festivals are starting to pop up in cities in the south like Memphis, Atlanta, and Charlotte
– Tickets are now available for a Lenny Boy Brewing and Midwood Smokehouse beer and barbecue dinner
Join Lenny Boy Brewing’s Owner and Founder, Townes Mozer, and Midwood Smokehouse Pitmasters in a three course beer pairing event. Sip on Lenny Boy’s famouse Citraphilia IPA, Burndown Brown English Style Brown Ale, and a small batch suprise created special for this evening while enjoying a three course slow smoked menu coming soon.
– How a small town north of Fort Worth, TX became a barbecue destination
– Daniel Vaughn screencapped the barbecue scenes from Master of None season 2
— Daniel Vaughn (@BBQsnob) May 15, 2017
– Cheerwine’s 100th birthday celebration is this Saturday in Salisbury and includes a barbecue competition; more details here:
What are the 3 Cheerwine recipes every Carolinian needs? https://t.co/Mg0J800yTu
— Kathleen Purvis (@kathleenpurvis) May 16, 2017