Sunday, June 11, 2006

There Is No Such Thing as Too Much Barbecue

NPR's All Things Considered has an essay column called This I Believe. Denver restaurant critic Jason Sheehan has an essay titled There Is No Such Thing as Too Much Barbecue. Pretty much sums up everything good about barbecue.

Summarry :
"I believe -- I know -- there is no such thing as too much barbecue. Good, bad or in-between, old-fashioned pit-smoked or high-tech and modern; it doesn't matter. Existing without gimmickry, without the infernal swindles and capering of so much of contemporary cuisine, barbecue is truth; it is history and home, and the only thing I don't believe is that I'll ever get enough."

I found this via Anthony St. Clair's blog AntSaint.

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