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Old 07-23-2009, 06:34 AM   #1
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Playboy picks the best BBQ joints

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From the barbecue meccas of North Carolina, Kansas City and Texas to the city streets of New York and Los Angeles, we’ve damned our waistlines and cholesterol counts to bring you the definitive list of the top spots that celebrate one of the few truly American cuisines.

McClard's Bar-B-Q
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Arthur Bryant's World Famous Barbeque
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Jay Bee's Bar-B-Q
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Germantown Commissary
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The Joint
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Wilber's Barbecue
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Angelo's Bar-B-Que
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17th Street Bar and Grill
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Virgil's Barbecue
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Smitty's Market
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So you do read it for the articles!?!
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So you do read it for the articles!?!
I didn't know it had articles
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Been to the Joint 1 time . Yes it is real good too . Had the brisket and the PP . The beans he puts sum PP into and also the slaw has red onion in it witch was different to me but very good . Small place sits about 25 to people . I ask the feller that runs the place what woods that he was cooking with ......oak and pecan is what he told me .
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I just read it for the food tips.
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