– Newsday has a solid list of good barbecue in cities across North Carolina worth a “barbecue pilgrimage”
Although there’s fantastic barbecue found throughout the state, you don’t have to leave the state’s biggest cities for an unforgettable down-home barbecue meal. Instead, loosen your belt at any of these must-visit restaurants for a quintessential North Carolina experience.
– On their list of best Charlotte barbecue restaurants, Charlotte Agenda predictably got some feedback
Months after releasing our top 50 list, our appetite for smoked meat remains insatiable. It should come as no surprise that this was one of our most read articles this year. https://t.co/r12gWTwSGv
— Texas Monthly (@TexasMonthly) December 18, 2017
– Speaking of Texas barbecue…
Texas barbecue legend John Lewis fires up the perfect, beefy brisket to Charleston, South Carolina pic.twitter.com/REWBBexkuQ
— SAVEUR (@SAVEURMAG) December 2, 2017
– Food and Wine explores the Atlanta barbecue scene including some Barbecue Bros faves
– Greenville, NC native Bob Garner began a regular column for the Greenville Daily Reflector on Sunday in which he might occasionally touch on barbecue
I love to listen as people get downright misty-eyed about food. For me, it’s about rural landscape and seasons, community sense, celebration of finished tasks and observing solemn events.