I just learned from my good friend, Fred Cooke, that the Inaugural Buxton Hall Smokeshow, originally scheduled for May 17, has been moved to August 23, 2020, for obvious reasons. That should be a good time to head for some mountain air, and any time is a good time to eat barbecue. There’ll be some whole hog barbecue stars there, as well as music and craft beer. I may go, despite strong my disinclination to put myself in any situation where I may have to stand in line to use a portable toilet. There’ll be some whole hog barbecue stars there, as well as music and craft beer. If additional inducement were necessary, Fred tells me that Doc Brown’s, a new place in Asheville, is real good. Mac and cheese pie? Interesting.
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