|Photo: Todd Coleman |
from Saveur's Blog
Here in Greater Kansas City, on both sides of the state line, you will find numerous barbecue restaurants. Some are nice, attractive, dare I say "lovely" dine-in places? Others are of the "shack" style, sort of rough and tumble, smelling smokey and meaty. Just a whiff of the smoke as you pull into the parking lot lets you know you are in for a treat! The smoky aroma is unbelievable!
I was delighted to see an article on Saveur Magazine's blog about one of Kansas City's famous smokin' families, the Fiorellas. Check it out by going to http://www.saveur.com/article/Travels/Ribs-and-Ritual-Kansas-City. There is also a list of the top 14 barbecue sauces from across America....Kansas City has several in that list!
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