Videographer/photographer Tarik Sykes spends some time with rising star Tyler Harp of Harp Barbecue at his weekly pop-up at Crane Brewing in Raytown, MO (about 20 minutes outside of Kansas City). Sean Ludwig from The Smoke Sheet and NYC BBQ even makes an appearance towards the end of the video.
Description: I shot this video over 2 Saturdays visiting with Tyler at Harp Barbecue which is every Saturday from 11-Sellout at Crane Brewing in Raytown, Mo. (Unless posted they will be closed).
Tyler talks about when they started their Pop-up at Crane Brewing and hits on how BBQ is broke up into Regions and KC being a hub of the different Regions in BBQ. Also touches them making Pork Belly Burnt Ends at the Pop-up !
Sean Ludwig (aka NYC BBQ) and Ryan Cooper (aka BBQ Tourist), the guys behind The Smoke Sheet weekly barbecue newsletter (and friends of the blog), join Kevin to discuss their barbecue origins as well as their newsletter. They then wrap up by each giving recommendations in NYC as well as Houston, where Ryan has been making a point to travel this year to explore the barecue scene.
In this episode I chat with Sean Ludwig & Ryan Cooper from The Smoke Sheet, the definitive weekly BBQ newsletter. We discuss all of the great content that comes into your email box every Wednesday as well as Sean and Ryan’s background in terms of BBQ and how they cover the world of barbecue by visiting BBQ joints and BBQ events across the US. We end with some restaurants recommendations in the regions they cover extensively.
The two co-founders of The Smokesheet, BBQ Tourist and NYC BBQ, joined the Man Meat BBQ podcast to discuss their origin story with barbecue and also assemble their perfect plate of barbecue out of their favorite barbecue bites from across the US.
There is a little bit of cussing at the top, so be warned. Also be warned that the host Mike could have used a cough button. Still, a pretty good conversation between three barbecue enthusiasts.