Here in St. Louis we know good barbecue.
But we don’t need to toot our own horns. We can have (non-St. Louis native) Allan Detrich do it for us.
Detrich literally wrote the book on BBQ. He seeks out the best in the country and helps Americans find it.
And Even Detrich agrees…
“St. Louis has some of the best barbecue!” he told Abby Llorico for the Abby Eats St. Louis podcast.
We all have our favorite spots in the St. Louis area—and there are so many to choose from—but unfortunately, there’s only so much time in the day and in our podcast.
We’re taking you behind the scenes… a little southern, a little spicy, smoky, saucy—however you like to BBQ.
We get the BBQ pitmasters to spill their thoughts on sauce. We grill ‘em on their pitmaster secrets and have them dish out their menu misfires.
Plus, they share their tips for planning the raddest cookout ever.
This episode of Abby Eats St. Louis drops Tuesday, May 21. Make sure to subscribe in your favorite podcast app to get the latest episode—plus our weekly Small Bites—as soon as they’re released.
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About Abby Eats St. Louis
Abby Llorico tells the story of St. Louis based on what’s on the table. From the hunger for local ingredients, to the booming brunch scene and the craving for creative cocktails, Abby dives into the nitty-gritty of how St. Louis grew to become the foodie town that it is.
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Seize the plate, St. Louis!