The Free Times profiles three Columbia-area pitmasters who are doing different styles of barbecue
The Smoke Pit will open it’s fourth location in Gastonia later this year. Its original location is in Concord with two more stores in Salisbury and Monroe.
NC Tripping with a primer on NC barbecue plus their list of the best in the state
The Editor in Chief of Garden and Gun fondly remembers barbecue meals over the years
An American living in Canada takes a 10-day southern barbecue odyssey through Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas and Missouri
Reposting this fantastic article on the history of ribs from barbecue historian Robert Moss just because:
The Redneck BBQ Lab, a barbecue restaurant attached to a gas station in in Benson, gets profiled by news channel WTVD 11
Instapot ribs: “The meat was tender and juicy, albeit a pallid gray color. Never mind, slap some sauce on those ribs and throw them in the hot oven until the sugars caramelize. They turned gloriously glossy with meat you could slurp off like a cartoon dog eating a chicken leg.“