Barbecue comes with baggage. The beloved cooking style means different things to different people, and devotees of one form often greet other iterations with hostility. Kansas City-style burnt ends of beef might be greeted with derision or confusion in the pork-centric Carolinas, where people from coastal areas of North Carolina shun the tomatoes used in sauces farther inland, and the mustard-users in South Carolina greet the vinegary sauces of the north with disdain. Then there are ...

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