I swear to you that while the blue hairs hit the beer and sunshine, I began by hitting the cake.
Posts from the ‘Barbecue’ Category
This blog will release just before 4/20 and it was so difficult for me to hold off on hash jokes but I respect South Carolina food so much that I am going to take the high road.
I know that this blog did not release on 4-20 but let me start with the hash.
As introduced by Daddy Joe's logo with a pig wearing shades and a beach shirt, their specialty is...
Just out of Wetumpka lies the small town of Wallsboro. Since 2007 this has been home to a family run business called Champ’s Barbecue. Recently recognized as a newcomer to the 100 Dishes list, I now had an excuse to drive to Wetumpka and check them out.
If you too are a BBQ connoisseur, you likely can not count the number of times, on your sauce-licked fingers, that you visited a place called a “shack.”
I dug in and I learned that the Golden Rule Irondale location was established in 1891 making it the “oldest continuous running restaurant in Alabama.” It is also the 16th oldest continuous running restaurant in the country.
Twas the night before Christmas...Meg was nestled all snug in her bed, while visions of BBQ danced in her head....
But, what really tipped the scale was ...
Slow-smoked tender pork, sweet vinegar-based BBQ sauce, served over creamy grits, and tangy greens, topped off with killer crispy onion rings. The portion size was ginormous.