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Jim Shahin
I write the Washington Post Smoke Signals barbecue column.
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Jim Shahin 5h
Sorry for the delayed response, Casey. Way behind on SM. Thanks for the mention. Hope things are well with you.
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Jim Shahin 5h
Hey, Eric. Sorry for delayed reply. WAY behind on SM. Thanks for the kind words. Hope all is well.
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Jim Shahin 5h
Sorry for the late reply, Sean. WAY behind on SM. Thanks for the well wishes. - Jim
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Jim Shahin 5h
Jordan, WAY behind on SM responses. Thanks for the props. I look forward to meeting you during IACP/Monday's seminar.
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Jim Shahin 5h
So sorry for the delay. I'm way behind in my SM. Thanks so much for your mention and kind words. Nope, no novels planned.
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Jim Shahin 6h
Sorry, gang, I've been an SM laggard. Marcy, thanks for the mention. FF, thanks for the Memphis overview.
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Jim Shahin 6h
Sorry Jake, I'm behind on my SM interactions. Thanks for retweeting my piece. I hope things are going well for you.
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Jim Shahin Mar 12
Lines will be long everywhere, but when it's gets epic at Franklin BBQ during Austin's SXSW, some options.
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Jim Shahin Mar 9
Thanks, Megan! It's so good to hear from you. Drop a line to update me on what's what sometime.
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Jim Shahin Mar 9
Thanks, John. Hope you have a good spring break.
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Jim Shahin Mar 9
Great, Dan! And have some bbq while you're down there.
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Jim Shahin Mar 9
Thanks, Nate. Have a good week. Hope it includes something you love to eat.
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Jim Shahin Mar 8
Thanks, Doug.
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Jim Shahin Mar 8
Thanks, guys. Hoagies: the new blueberries?
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Jim Shahin Mar 8
Thanks, EVB! Hope all is well with you.
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Jim Shahin Mar 8
Thanks, John. Hope all is well with you.
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Jim Shahin Mar 7
Hoagie Voodoo, aka the Healing Power of Food.
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Jim Shahin Feb 24
Yeah, the prices are a drag. The good news is that, while pricey, you can get good brisket in Brooklyn these days!
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Jim Shahin Feb 24
Opelousas! Love just saying the word. Also loved eating at Palace Cafe on culinary swings through SW LA. Miss that area.
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Jim Shahin Feb 24
Thanks, Mike! As a kid, I went to camp. We learned to make a wallet. Learning to make a brisket beats that by a mile.
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