“The city caught my attention because of how pleasant it is,” says Rodney Scott, the James Beard Best Chef Southeast 2018 for his Rodney Scott’s BBQ in Charleston. He’s set to open his next, identical concept in Birmingham first-quarter 2019. “It’s a big city, but it feels like a small town,” he says. “It doesn’t feel like New York or Chicago, but it’s just as important a food city in my opinion.”
WBTV in Charlotte recently featured the “Love Endures” mural by artist Curtis King, which was saved from demolition and now resides behind Sweet Lew’s BBQ
The New York Times’ eating guide for Atlanta for this weekend’s Super Bowl and gives Bryan Furman and B’s Cracklin’ Barbecue a shoutout for being the only whole hog joint in town
Of the 27 inductees chosen thus far, only one African American is in the Hall. This is an absurdity that needs to be rectified given the significant contributions that African Americans have made to American barbecue culture.
Howard Conyers MS’06 is a barbecue-pitmaster & a NASA rocket scientist living in New Orleans. Now, he’s adding food show host to his unique resume as he produces “Nourish” for PBS Digital Studios. https://t.co/ifYGAFd8I2pic.twitter.com/n6GMly5l5H
– Not sure if there will be any left at the time of posting, but here’s your PSA
In honor of our founder C. Warner Stamey, we are now serving Blackberry Cobbler at both locations until we run out! Only served once a year, so hurry on over to get yours today! pic.twitter.com/yP4sl1ETzG