If you're looking to pick up barbecue tonight, we recommend ordering burnt ends from the place that made them famous/
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On this day in 1920, the legendary pitmaster fed 1,000 Kansas Citians for free.
The pilot program is designed to feed the community, but also to keep restaurants from going out of business and help workers stay employed.
The dish continues to evolve through today’s most respected and influential industry professionals.
Their famous barbecue sauce is now available for sale at the restaurant and online.
Whether you drive in or fly in, you'll enjoy a top-notch meal of Kansas City barbecue.
A competitive barbecue team from Carthage, Missouri won best chicken rub.