History and Culture of Barbecue from Various Regions Around the Country

Barbecue Regions From Around the Country: BBQ in The Carolina’s – A Primer

Barbecue Regions From Around the Country: BBQ in The Carolina’s – A Primer

| February 9, 2012 | 1 Reply

As the winter months come to a close and the spring and summer is creeping towards us, I am looking forward to sharing all of my great grilling and barbecue adventures during these months. But before we get going on all of our grilling and barbecue adventures, we are going to have a one month long series titled: “Barbecue Regions From Around the Country.”

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Barbecue Regions From Around the Country: All About Kansas City BBQ

Barbecue Regions From Around the Country: All About Kansas City BBQ

| February 1, 2012 | 3 Replies

The First Region to be Featured in our “Barbecue Regions From Around the Country” Month long series: Kansas City BBQ

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Barbecue Diplomacy at LBJ’s Texas White House

Barbecue Diplomacy at LBJ’s Texas White House

| May 29, 2011 | 1 Reply

Barbecue has been used as a tool in American political campaigns for more than a century, and will no doubt be employed extensively this summer, especially by John McCain, who has been known to brag about his skill with the grill. But no politician ever used the conviviality and informality of cooking and eating outdoors than the 36th President, Lyndon Baines Johnson, who stepped away from the Oval Office in 1969.

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