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BBQ Wed, 05/23/12 8:11 PM (permalink)
   Curious. In Sundays NYT, 5/20/12 edition, in the Travel section, page 12, there was an article entiteled "$100 a Day On the Road".  The author mentions the three following BBQ joints. Any comments, experience or must go?
Moore's Old Tyme BBQ, New Bern, N.C.
Hog Heaven, Pawleys Island, S.C.
Randy's Bar-B- Que, Savannah, Ga.
   No need for editorials regarding my reading preferences; I only buy the NYT on Sunday for the Book Review and Travel section. What I do however is drive this approximate route several times a year. Always willing to make a detour
   Shamelessly, I admit, I did not go to the SEARCH function...not interested in dusty archives.  Always curious about good food. Again, I cannot encourage you fine folks enough to try Gary Lee's just North of the recently departed Geogia Pig. You would be cheating yourselves if you do not make this stop. Nope, I do not have a dime invested other than eating their fine exquiste chow.
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