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The Campaign for Real Barbecue set out identify barbecue joints that still cook over nothing but hardwood embers and smoke. But they discovered the hunt for true barbecue is more complicated than wood versus gas.
We took the best dishes from Atlanta's barbecue restaurants and made you a perfect picnic. Here are recipes for Community Q’s three-cheese mac and cheese, Heirloom Market BBQ’s ribs, Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q's smoked brisket, and more.
A fire destroyed Heirloom Market BBQ's smokers on Friday the 13th, but that's not stopping the popular barbecue joint from serving a limited menu, which includes their spicy Korean pork and extra orders of their Korean fried chicken.
Even though they use Korean ingredients in all of their menu items, Taylor says that the spicy pork best represents what Heirloom Market stands for. “At the beginning we weren’t sure how much Jiyeon could incorporate her heritage into barbecue,” Taylor says. “But that’s what barbecue is—where you’re from.”
The absolute worst part about my otherwise enviable job? Parking. Depending on where I go, I’m left to navigate wonky meters, spiral-of-death garages (Empire State South), ridiculously steep terrain (Bell Street Burritos in south Buckhead), and dark, suspicious lots (basically everywhere in Little Five Points and East Atlanta).
The Lee Brothers discuss why “Atlanta is the future of the South,” their first television show, and red velvet cake
Matt and Ted Lee are now onto their next journey: television. "Southern Uncovered with the Lee Bros." will follow the brothers as they explore the food, history, and culture of Southern cities like Asheville, Dallas, Charleston, Louisville, and New Orleans. The series premieres June 14th on Ovation and will start in their hometown of Charleston. Next up is Atlanta.
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