WILBER’S BACK (in Spring 2020)
Jamestown’s got a new wood-fired barbecue joint in Black Powder Smokehouse
A new barbecue newsletter called The ‘Cue Sheet from historian and author is a must-subscribe
Adrian Miller’s on the barbecue research trail at Lennon’s Restaurant in Warsaw, NC
Martin’s Bar-B-Que in Birmingham is one of the latest stops on John Tanner’s BBQ Blog, and he gave it a coveted Top Place tag
RIP San Antonio’s Granary
Barbecue-flavored vodka? Barbecue-flavored vodka.
Tejas Burgers is a new restaurant from the folks behind Tejas Chocolate that features a smoked burger
Our State Magazine’s got a NC barbecue quiz
Bryan Furman of B’s Cracklin’ Barbeque at Sweet Lew’s this Sunday!
Corky’s Bar-B-Q was the final sandwich of John Tanner’s Great Memphis Region Barbecue Sandwich Tour
Robert Moss on Boston butts
The Barbecue Festival adds two new sporting events to the weekend’s festivities: the BBQ Hardwood Classic and the Pig Pickin’ Throwdown
How the Northeast did at American Royal
The Athletic takes on Alabama barbecue
Jon G’s Midweek Charlotte Pop-up: THIS IS NOT A DRILL
Robert Moss drops rib knowledge in this well-researched article on the history of pork ribs
Chapel Hill’s TerraVita Food & Drink Festival will end this year but is going out with a bang in terms of barbecue; in addition to Sam Jones, [t]his year’s Hill Fire event will focus on North Carolina barbecue and bring together the state’s new generation of pitmasters, including Matthew Register of Southern Smoke, Chris Prieto of Prime Barbecue, Wyatt Dickson of Picnic in Durham, as well as other chefs who use smoke in their cooking.
Sauceman’s is relocating to Sugar Creek Brewing from its original location on West Boulevard
USA Today has their list of the country’s best regional barbecue joints but somehow includes Bill Spoon’s in Charlotte for North Carolina? Ok.
Southern Smoke by Matthew Register gets reviewed by the Triangle free paper
Where to Eat Barbecue Around D.C. according to Eater
A smoker fire has closed a downtown Atlanta joint
The Story of NC BBQ exhibit is currently showing at the NC Transportation Museum in Spencer
Jim Auchmutey on the south’s most overlooked barbecue states, Alabama and Georgia
More from Auchmutey on five myths regarding barbecue
Author D.G. Martin on what should replace the closed NC barbecue (and other roadside eatery) joints
A glowing profile of Matt Horn, “the future of Bay Area barbecue”
Congrats to the 2019 Barbecue Hall of Fame inductees, including Lexington Barbecue’s Wayne Monk
Meet the men and women behind several of Birmingham’s barbecue restaurants
Speaking of Birmingham and Big Daddy, his daughter says he would be “overjoyed”
Southern BBQ Belt Roadtrip, per Robert Moss:
Paying it forward at Skylight Inn: please read this somewhat long, somewhat meandering but ultimately worthwhile story about barbecue and tradition and generosity
John Lewis is definitely as good a person as any to give you brisket tips
Sam Jones’ local paper writes up his latest book, Whole Hog BBQ
<Homer Simpson voice> Doh!