My quest to visit all of the barbecue joints in Bob Garner’s book began before the blog era, so I have been scribbling reviews of the joints I visited in the margins of his book. I plan on writing reviews of places I visit in the future in this blog, but to get started I’ll
I’m about an 18 handicapper who plays about 20 times a year. So you’re not going to read reviews like you would in Golf Digest or from some scratch golfer who is commenting on the strategic nature of the holes – I’m lucky to get the ball in the fairway so I rarely play the hole
What’s the “best” barbecue? I really don’t want to wade into the argument that is mostly based on where you grew up: Is the meat cow or pig? Is the sauce vinegar based or tomato based or sweet or mustard or ??? I’m just going to concentrate on something that I have eaten a lot of – North Carolina Barbecue.
I don’t want my new blog to be just about barbecue – even though there is snow on the ground, I thought I’d put up a post on a different topic – here are my favorite golf courses in and around the triangle. Olde Chatham I’m fortunate enough to have a friend who is a member
I’m not a native North Carolinian, though I have lived here much longer than anywhere else and consider it my home. I grew up in Michigan where “a barbecue” meant having some people over to cook hamburgers on a grill. It didn’t take long to learn that there is no “a” before barbecue and that