– Just a few more items from the #BrooklynBBQ controversy last week
I talked to @Nicholasgill, author of the infamous Brooklyn BBQ article. He usually writes about conservation & foodways in South America, “but nobody cares about that,” he told me. “They care about barbecue.” https://t.co/IIok4qvZBM
They opened B’s doors at 9 a.m. on those days (the Riverside restaurant usually doesn’t open until 11 a.m.), slinging Council’s biscuits stuffed with country ham and apple butter or Furman’s fried chicken or sausage gravy. “If you come to a barbecue joint looking for a healthy breakfast, you’re in the wrong place,” Furman says. “We do not do gluten-free here!”
At some point, they added brisket hash to the menu. Then, they started selling beignets. And almost every morning, they sold out.