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GREENSBORO, NC (NEWS RELEASE) — “Good ‘cue comes from good people.” So begins the 36-page feature on North Carolina barbecue in Our State magazine’s September issue.

Based largely on “Bob Garner’s Book of Barbecue,” the story features 10 restaurants that are part of his ‘North Carolina Classics,’ those with strong lineage and historical significance as well as fantastic food.

The ‘North Carolina Classics’ featured in Our State include: Allen & Son Barbecue, Chapel Hill; Bridges Barbecue, Shelby; B’s Barbecue, Greenville; Lexington Barbecue, Lexington; Little Richards Barbecue, Winston-Salem; The Pit, Raleigh; Short Sugar’s Pit Barbecue, Reidsville; Skylight Inn, Ayden; Stamey’s, Greensboro; and Wilber’s Barbecue in Goldsboro. (No BBQ restaurants from the Cape Fear area were included.)

The feature includes a portrait gallery of all the restaurants’ owners or the Kings of Barbecue, photography of a plate of classic ‘cue from each place, and a story of all the people who contribute to making these ‘North Carolina Classics.”

To read more about North Carolina barbecue, pick up the September issue of Our State at bookstores and on newsstands across the state or visit ourstate.com for a sneak peak of the September issue.


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  • SurfCityTom

    why not have a barbecue cook off @ the Convention Center?

    Plenty of open dates available.

    Nice river front lawn for cooking if the weather permits. Move it indoors if the weather threatens.

    Get a few celebrities out there to create pizzazz. Roman Gabriel, Trot Nixon, Meadowlark Lemon, MJ are just a few who come to mind.

    Maybe a couple of picking and grinning bands? Or some good blues.

    Since they have no events of this nature booked, the CC will not have to worry about that 90 day blackout rule which rarely gets mentioned.

    Hold it in October. Politicians seeking re-election could shake hands and kiss babies. Dukie and his cohorts could rent booth space and try to drum up support for the river front albatross.

    This could be large if someone has vision and if the CC General Manager takes an interest and takes charge.

    Now if you can serve beer, you could bill it “Blues, Brews & Barbeque” on the River.

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