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Beef 101

  • The Hook
    A day long beef cultivation, fabrication, and USDA grading seminar held at the University of Georgia in conjunction with the Georgia Beef Council.



how were the fries?

Matthew Calderone

I just stumbled upon your blog from the BBQ Bible Board. I appreciate the review of Virgil's. Having walked by it and almost been falsely impressed enough by the outside to stumble in, I'm glad I didn't. I'll have to look up Blue Smoke and perhaps check it out my next time in the city.

While I firmly beleive that nothing I buy BBQ wise from Maryland through Maine can best what I could cook, I have had the pleasure of finding 2 worthwhile stops in my travels.

If ever in Baltimore, check out RUB. Great authentic Texas BBQ. If ever driving up the 95 corridor going into Deleware, stop at a place called Durham's Best BBQ. It offers no seating and a full BBQ menu. The ribs and chicken are amazing there.

weber 2820 smokey mountain cooker smoker

Sure... the palce looks cool but would you really expect great bbq in NYC??


You should stop by - Smoke BBQ Pit located at 129-21 Merrick Blvd., queens, NY 11413!

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