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  1. crime scenes
    Cops Are Hunting for Barbecue Bandits Who Stole a 1,700-Pound SmokerWhy? The owner blames the “meat smell.”
  2. lists
    Texas Monthly Reveals Its ‘50 Best BBQ Joints’ ListThe tour de brisket.
  3. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Southern Restaurant in New YorkThe southern-food specialists for rich biscuits and gravy, crispy fried chicken, and tangy collard greens.
  4. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Barbecue in New YorkSaucy ribs, fall-apart-soft brisket, and all the traditional accompaniments.
  5. Roadfood
    President Obama Continues His Tour of America’s Best Barbecue JointsHe also had a Bud Light.
  6. Empire Building
    Mighty Quinn’s Is Indeed Opening a West Village LocationMore brisket is on its way.
  7. Empire Building
    Mighty Quinn’s Eyeing West Village LocationGood-bye, baby back ribs; hello there brisket.
  8. Grub Guides
    Go Pro: 21 Next-Level Grilling NecessitiesIt’s time to step up your barbecuing game.
  9. Foodievents
    Here’s the Pitmaster Lineup for June’s Eleventh Annual Big AppleIt’s going to be smokin’.
  10. The 'Cue of Queens
    John Brown Smokehouse’s Josh Bowen Takes Ranger Texas BarbecueGoat ribs and smoked prime rib.
  11. The Other Critics
    The Other Critics: Wells Tries Sri Lankan Cuisine on Staten Island; Stan SagnerPlus: Tejal Rao suggests fried pig ears at Salvation Taco, Ryan Sutton pans Arlington Club, and more.
  12. BBQ
    Is Another BBQ Wave in the Works?Is BBQ in fashion again?
  13. Laundry Day
    Romney Gets Sauced in MississippiReal BBQ has no sauce.
  14. Leftovers
    Finger on Pulse Teams With Mabel’s Smokehouse for a Barbecue Blowout;Plus: Hopfest celebrates beer and benefits BK Farmyards, gospel brunches at Ginny’s Supperclub, and more of today’s leftovers.
  15. BBQ
    Lillie’s Q Sauces To Debut at DC Food Show; Plus, Support Cause, Get Q DealsLillie’s Q sauces and other Chicago products to appear at DC Fancy Food Show.
  16. Leftovers
    Big Apple BBQ Returns to Madison Square; Ken & Cook Launches BrunchAnd more of today’s leftovers.
  17. Food Fairs
    Come Hungry: Hester Street Fair Returns on SaturdayWith more happy pie-hole options than ever.
  18. Empire Building
    Queen Village Is Getting a BBQ Joint Courtesy of Cochon’s Gene GiuffiThe new spot will feature barbecue, but in a much broader sense.
  19. Coming Soon
    The Bearded Pig BBQ Will Open in Union SquareTexas corn pudding, ribs, and deviled eggs arrive courtesy a DC expat.
  20. Classes
    Advanced Que-ology With Lillie’s Q’s Charlie McKennaLearn from competition BBQ champ Charlie McKenna.
  21. Smokin'
    Dinosaur Bar-B-Que Dips Into Park SlopeTwo new barbecue joints heat up the Slope.
  22. Openings
    What to Eat at John Brown Smokehouse, Bringing Barbecue to LIC This WeekendPit-master Josh Bowen’s spot officially opens tomorrow night.
  23. Neighborhood Watch
    Mulberry Project Begins Brunch Service; Graffit Changes Name to GastroartePlus: shutterings in the East Village, free cupcake parties, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  24. Neighborhood Watch
    Native Foods Opens in Culver City Today; David Wondrich Debuts Punch atM Cafe de Chaya finally gets its replacement and the star bartender details the history of punch.
  25. Openings
    Texas Barbecue Pops Up at Trophy Bar TonightSmoked brisket and Meyer sausages straight from Texas.
  26. User's Guide
    Make Dad Feel Like a Professional Pitmaster This Father’s DayWe ask BBQ experts to recommend tools of the trade.
  27. Truckin'
    Chef Starts Smokin’ Willie’s on WheelsBBQ expert Bill Kelley starts a food truck named after his brand.
  28. User's Guide
    Where to Eat and Drink by the Beach This SummerA look at the new and notable in eating in L.A.’s beach-towns, from Malibu to South Bay.
  29. Foodievents
    Come ’N Git It: Big Apple Barbecue Block Party Lineup Is ServedAlong with the usual pitmasters, a few new imports.
  30. Mediavore
    Jamie Oliver’s Food Fails with Kids; Comme Ca Opening in VegasWhen the Naked Chef cooked for a West Virginia school, kids stopped buying food, while David Myers sets his sights on Sin City.
  31. The Other Critics
    Delphine Debuts to Gold’s Delight; Brad A. Johnson Finds the Best La Buca YetThe W’s new restaurant scores with The L.A. Weekly and Angeleno loves the kitchen shake-up at an Italian legend.
  32. Slideshow
    Slideshow: First Look at Bloody Bill’sBloody Bill’s opens with Spanish tapas but will return with a whole animal.
  33. Foodievents
    Five Food Events to Fill the WeekendThese are the five best food events this weekend in L.A.
  34. Truckin'
    Goldfarb Answers Pressing Question: ‘Where’s the Beef’An update on the state of the Picnick Smoked truck.
  35. Truckin'
    Picnick Smoked Once Again Sells Out Mid-LunchYou’re going to have to get there early for Will Goldfarb’s smoked meats.
  36. User's Guide
    City Mac ‘n Cheese Disappoints and DelightsMac n Cheese often disappoints, so try these L.A. favorites.
  37. Truckin'
    What to Eat at Will Goldfarb’s Picnick Smoked, Now Serving Kobe BrisketA new “good for you” barbecue truck hits the streets.
  38. Openings
    Since 1963: BBQ by the Pound in Boerum HillThe restaurant adjacent to Trout changes its theme, again.
  39. Halfhearted Apologies
    Chef: Stop Picking on the Bacon ExplosionWere we being too hard on the 2,000-calorie bacon bomb?
  40. Openings
    BBQ (Not Dallas BBQ) Will Reopen on MondayPlus, Dallas BBQ has an awesome recession special.
  41. Foodievent
    Colicchio’s Bubble Q Draws VegetariansAdam Perry Lang uses a piece of local equipment to make his pork.
  42. Deep Thoughts
    Bar-B-JewsWhat’s so Jewish about Hill Country?
  43. Openings
    Texas Twosome: Does Hog Pit Stand a Chance Against Hill Country?A barbecue aficionado finds reasons why some might opt for the Hog Pit.
  44. Beef
    N.Y. vs. Boston BBQA rundown of how the rival cities do the ‘cue.
  45. Neighborhood Watch
    Hill Country Delivers in Flatiron; Music Coffeehouse Comes to ChelseaAstoria: “Restaurant/cafe/bar/club type establishment” Apollon has closed. [Joey in Astoria] Chelsea: Next Tuesday music production school DubSpot is opening a cafe on 14th Street at 9th Avenue that will feature La Colombe coffee. [Blog Chelsea] Flatiron: Hill Country’s now delivering from 21st to 31st Street between 8th avenue and Park, but if you order enough ’cue they’ll lug it anywhere. [Grub Street] Forest Hills: Shwarma destination On the Grill now sprinkles fried, lemony, Moroccan style jalapeños on its platters. [Gothamist] East Village: Il Buco is closed for yearly renovations, but will reopen September 5th. [Grub Street] Harlem: Canines and their humans can unite this Saturday for the first St. Nick’s Dog Park Coffee Bark of September. [Uptown Flavor]
  46. Openings
    Former Roadside Wreck Home to New Hamptons BBQ It has taken a little longer than expected, but Townline BBQ, the new Hamptons joint from the group that runs Nick & Toni’s, is nearly ready to open its doors. The restaurant occupies the space that housed Alison on the Beach, which had to be vacated because it was close to being condemned. (“The insurance company wouldn’t insure us anymore,” says Alison on the Beach owner Alison Becker-Hurt. “We had to move out.” This goes a long way to explaining why the town dragged its heels for so long before granting a certificate of occupancy for Townline.)
  47. NewsFeed
    Need a Meat-Smoking Sidecar? Call ‘American Chopper’! The mind of Andrew Fischel, the brash young owner of RUB barbecue, never seems to rest. The last time we looked, he was opening up a giant spinoff in Vegas, and had retooled the New York branch with the loudest neon sign this side of Times Square. Now Fischel has engaged the guys at Orange County Chopper to create a customized “RUB Chopper” with a working smoker as its sidecar. “We’re creating the most kick-ass mobile barbecue vehicle ever made,” Fischel says. “It costs as much as a Bentley.”
  48. Mediavore
    New York Rated Top BBQ City in the U.S.; Kobayashi Making Bookies SkittishNew York is listed as the No. 1 destination for BBQ in the U.S.(Memphis, in case you were wondering, was No. 10.) [BizJournal] World-champion competitive eater Joey Chestnut isn’t buying talk of Takeru Kobayashi being hurt: The Tsunami “could come to the Fourth of July with his jaws wired shut, and I’m sure he could still do all right; he’s that good of an eater.” [NYT] Related: Hot-Dog-Eating Champ Struck With Jaw Arthritis Determined to Gulp On The odds-makers, though, aren’t as confident about a crippled Kobayashi, and the board shows it. [McBrooklyn]
  49. Mediavore
    John’s Is Back, If Not Better Than Ever; Colors in the RedDon’t worry about Lonesome Dove’s Tim Love. He’s doing fine back in Texas. [Fort Worth Star-Telegram] John’s reopens, none the worse for wear after their brief run-in with the Health Department. [amNY] Colors, the cooperative founded by former Windows on the World workers, continues to struggle with the economic realities of opening and running a Manhattan restaurant. [NYT]
  50. The Other Critics
    Everybody Loves Sfoglia; Meehan Loves All BBQBruni two-stars Sfoglia, the latest victory in a series for the Nantucket import, including nods from Adam Platt and Gael Greene in our Best of New York issue. The food is simple and rustic (frittatas, simple pastas), but it works for Bruni. Imagination can get you two stars, as the Ssäm Bar review showed last week, but so can execution, even if it isn’t very elaborate. [NYT] Peter Meehan surveys nearly all the area’s BBQ restaurants, finding a lot to like: the pulled pork at Pies-N-Thighs and the burnt ends at RUB, to name two. Still, no revelations here. [NYT] Sietsema hits up a Senegalese restaurant in Harlem: “Predictably, the dibi is awesome.” You said it, Bob! Has Sietsema ever met a foreign lamb dish he didn’t like? [VV]
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