Monthly Archives: April 2011

Guide to the South: Pimento Cheese

As the title of this blog results from a misunderstanding between myself and my friends from the North, I thought it appropriate to put together a guide for those friends to educate them on the nuances of the South. This … Continue reading

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Sunday at Augusta National

Not much says that springtime has arrived in the South more emphatically than Augusta National during Masters week.  The dogwoods, the azaleas, the pageantry (not to mention pimento cheese – for my Northern friends, I’ll explain what that is in a … Continue reading

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The Grit Tree BBQ Thursday

If you like Georgia BBQ, check out this blog. http://grittree.wordpress.com/2011/04/08/bbq-thursday-on-a-friday-pippin-bbq-mcdonough/#comment-3263

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‘Cue Review: Allen & Son, Durham/Chapel Hill, NC

Since the time I first moved to North Carolina, I have been hoping to sample some of their famous barbecue.  Where I grew up in Georgia, I always heard folks talks about “Tennessee style” or “Carolina style” barbecue.  I was never … Continue reading

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Nice read from “Here in Franklin”

http://hereinfranklin.wordpress.com/2010/02/12/barbecue-its-a-noun-not-a-verb/

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Welcome to the Blog!

Growing up in rural southeast Georgia, I had many occasions to sample some of the finest barbecue around.  I would venture to say that barbecue was one of the four main food groups: fried meat (and vegetables), baked desserts, slow-cooked buttered vegetables, and barbecue. Of the … Continue reading

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