" BBQ joints" article in Wall Street Journal...

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2007/07/01 00:11:04 (permalink)

" BBQ joints" article in Wall Street Journal...

the weekend edition , July 1st, has a real good article on "hitting the smoky trail" in the USA.

They loved Smitty's in Lockhart, Texas, and enjoyed pulled pork at Bozo's Hot Pit BBQ in Mason Tenn. (where that is the specialty , as there is no brisket or ribs there ) (shucks!)

The writer thought that Arthur Bryants was "servicable but not exciting"

And I learned of a new place in NYC, called The Hill Country, on 30 East 26th St. Can't wait to try it, as it says it's the Lockhart, Texas style!!

You can easily access this WHOLE article by going to www.onlinewsj.com . just click "the best bbq" for the article.
After you read that, make sure to click on the "follow the smoky trail" for the BBQ interactive map.

There are even 3 pages of reader comments already, lots of personal opinions.

For us roadfood.com BBQ lovers, I think it is a GREAT article, with honest reviews!! Hope you like it as much as I did!

ellen


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    porkbeaks
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    RE: " BBQ joints" article in Wall Street Journal... 2007/07/01 08:40:25 (permalink)
    Great read! Thanks for the heads-up. pb
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    RE: " BBQ joints" article in Wall Street Journal... 2007/07/02 07:14:45 (permalink)
    No mention of Lexington, NC ???????

    Also, Wilber's is chopped, not pulled.
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    RE: " BBQ joints" article in Wall Street Journal... 2007/07/02 11:25:58 (permalink)
    If, in fact, you can read it without being a subscriber, I'm surprised (normally their content is only available to subscribers) and, because I am a subscriber, yesterday I posted it here: http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=20760
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