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lisa7132

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11 Insanely Delicious BBQ Spots In The DMV ? Get Hungry!

Howie Kleinberg On BBQ Pitmasters, Perfect Brisket, And Rick Ross (MY MIAMI)

5905403925436911540.jpg And lucky for you, the D.C. area is home to some top-notch pit masters who have the sweet/smoky/saucy process down to an art. Maybe you go weak in the knees for BBQ chicken, pulled pork, ribs or just a hearty serving of baked beans and cornbread. Either way, we've got the 'cue for you. Ahead, our top picks for the best BBQ joints that'll leave your hands messy and your bellies happy. Ready? Let's eat! Acre 121 Low-country Southern cuisine and live tunes are the staples of Columbia Heights Acre 121. The BBQ here is dry-rubbed with a Carolina spice mix and slow-smoked with hickory. (Is your mouth watering yet?) For a true down-south experience, start with the BBQ Mac-n-Cheese, choose from ribs or a pulled chicken or pork sandwich, accompany your main course with cheddar grits or fried green tomatoes, and top it all off with a slice of homemade peanut butter pie just like grandma used to make. Acre 121 , 1400 Irving Street NW; 202-328-0121. American Ice Company American Ice Companys rustic decor wooden picnic tables, exposed brick walls, and taxidermy is complemented by your choice of barbecued pork, chicken or brisket served as a sandwich, platter or combo.
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5905403949232139690.jpg What are three local meals you can't live without? Bacon asparagus from Hiro's Yakko-San, brisket from Bulldog Barbecue, and white truffle pizza from Timos. Looking back on your last Top Chef Quick Fire and Elimination challenges, what would you have done differently? To be honest, I dont like to live with regrets because you have to use every experience for growth. With competitive cooking shows, you learn you have to just cook better! Youre going to be on BBQ Pitmasters. Do you think you get to redeem yourself on the show? BBQ Pitmasters is not about redemption for me. Im really proud that Bulldog is in the show as its an honor to be compared to the best pitmasters and barbecue restaurants in the nation -- we get to play with the top dogs! Bulldog BBQ is known for having the best brisket in Miami. Whats your key to the perfect brisket?
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Cochon Heritage BBQ Expands, Contracts

5905403969430477376.jpg Louis. Second, what was once a three-day bacchanalia has been sharply focused into one event, the competition. Competing in Memphis this year are: The Memphis chefs competing are Ryan Trimm of Southward gas grill reviews and Sweet Grass; Jackson Kramer of Interim Restaurant; Craig Blondis of Central BBQ; and Rick Farmer and Miles McMath of St. Jude. Those coming in to compete are Travis Grimes of Husk Restaurant in Charleston; Michael Scelfo of Alden & Harlow in Boston; and Chad Clevenger and Nick McCormick of Alma Cocina and Tap gastropub in Atlanta. From the press release describing the competition: Each chef crew must prepare one plate showcasing the whole hog in six distinct dishes comprised of four meats and two sides. The meats are BONE, MUSCLE, PULL, STEW, and sides are MAYO and MUSTARD. The winner of Cochon Heritage BBQ receives $1,500 to donate to a charity or farm of their choosing, a stash of Cochon specially selected cask-strength Four Roses Bourbon, a keg of Cochon Edition "BBQ King" from Anchor Brewing and a CVap Pod from Winston Industries. The Memphis event, on Friday, August 30th, will be held at the Beale Street Landing (!). General admission tickets are $125, VIP are $200. Guests can try samples from competing chefs.
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