According to an article in Gothamist:
“Between the New York Times barbecue cover story last week and the giveaway pulled pork yesterday in Madison Square Park, it would seem as though New York is going all kinds of rubbed and sauce-slathered crazy (don’t forget to free up the second week of June for the mammoth Big Apple Barbecue).
While the current media blitz over toasted bones and brash pit masters inevitably continues, Gothamist would like to divert just a little of your attention to some barbecue-appropriate side dishes and accoutrements, in particular, from the Carolinas and Georgia.”
You can read more of the article here.
Gothamist also has a nice article about The Carolina Country Store in Brooklyn here which was discussed here on Chowhound. Mentioned in the previous article, Poor Freddies Rib Shack was named one of the best places to eat in NY by the Village Voice and was raved about here by the folks at Chowhound.
Among the often hard-to-find items expats from the South can enjoy there are bone-in country ham, pimento cheese, hoop cheese (rat cheese), red franks, and boiled peanuts as well as the far easier to find hushpuppy mixes and bags of grits.
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