As of Monday, Robert Moss has officially launched his new digital publication Southeastern Dispatch, a “fresh look at food & drink in the Carolinas.” He has enlisted food journalists from both North and South Carolina, and so far posts have covered the Triangle and Charleston, with surely more cities and regions to be covered soon. I briefly spoke with him about this at Jon G’s Barbecue last month and have been intrigued ever since. I am curious what this mean’s for his weekly Cue Sheet barbecue newsletter, which took a brief hiatus but returned this week post launch.
Read more at SoutheasternDispatch.com.
Jon G’s Barbecue, Lawrence Barbecue, and Prime Barbecue all make this list from Southern Living
For his new Southeastern Dispatch, Moss also examines what happened to Raleigh’s barbecue boom?
Indian Trail’s 100 Main Beef and Barbecue is now both a barbecue restaurant and a country store
Barvecue, the wood-smoked plan-based barbecue company out of Cornelius, is rolling out to 12 colleges and universities and just signed a deal with Sprouts Farmers Market
A&G’s Barbecue & Chicken in Carolina Beach to close this week after 33 years in business as owner Angela Stainaker retires; the restaurant will be taken over by Tammy and John Sharpe, who will reopen the location as Butts ‘n’ Such
The Washington Post is also featuring vegan barbecue
The Smoke Sheet interviewed Daniel Vaughn in last week’s issue
Now that’s a #woodpilewednesday