[Rushtalk] A "Right To Cook Barbecue"?!?

Tom Matiska tom.matiska at att.net
Thu Jul 13 19:13:32 MDT 2017


Wiki says "barboca" is a spanish word used in print in 1526...... Does the NYT explain how our southern slave culture influenced this?     Tom
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Dennis Putnam <dap1 at bellsouth.net> wrote:

>I guess I'm in trouble.  Not only am I a certified master BBQ judge but
>also an assistant for my son's competition BBQ team (a team of 2).
>
>On 7/13/2017 2:55 PM, John Quayle wrote:
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>>   The NYT Makes Cooking Barbecue a Racial Issue
>>   <http://em.mrc.org/s0Mp0Yf05BLt0R0L8i00K0S>
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>> <http://em.mrc.org/s0Mp0Yf05BLt0R0L8i00K0S>
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>> A New York Times podcast entitled “Who Has the Right to Make
>> Barbecue?” suggests that Africans own the right to cook
>> barbecue because the dish “originated as plantation feast food – a
>> dish cultivated by enslaved Africans who were often given pigs at the
>> end of harvest season."
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>*Dennis Putnam*, Certified Master BBQ Judge # 60286
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