Garden and Gun has a list of what they consider the best places for breakfast in the South. http://gardenandgun.com/article/rise-dine-souths-best-breakfast-joints Take it with a grain 0f salt: for example, they don’t mention Waffle House. They do mention one barbecue place – Southern Soul Barbecue on St. Simon’s Island. This is not your ordinary barbecue place – or breakfast place, for that matter. First, it is on … Continue reading Barbecue for Breakfast?
The Iron Bowl is the scene of great tailgating as well as great football. Continue reading A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever
Many of you will be traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday and naturally you will want to eat some barbecue. Liza Tanner Boyd shared with me this list of what Southern Living considers the 50 best barbecue places in the South. http://www.southernliving.com/travel/bbq-restaurants/view-all Of course, they aren’t the 50 best barbecue places in the South – no one can say which 50 are the best – … Continue reading Thanksgiving Travel Guide
Garden and Gun has identified Chap’s Pit Beef as having the best barbecue in Maryland, so Nancy and I went up there to see for ourselves. To start at the end, Nancy and I both really enjoyed our pit beef sandwiches. The meat was tender, juicy and had a nice charcoal-grilled taste. Nancy, the slaw maven, was very big on their slaw, especially after she … Continue reading Chap’s Pit Beef – Baltimore, Maryland
There are people in Madison, Wisconsin who believe that an outside smoker at a restaurant on football Saturdays will harm their quality of life. http://www.channel3000.com/news/monroe-street-restaurant-neighborhood-brawl-over-bbq/36194798 I’m speechless. Continue reading Collective Insanity in Madison, Wisconsin