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Jim Shahin
I write the Washington Post Smoke Signals barbecue column.
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Jim Shahin Jan 17
Stick and water. One of Mixon's smokers.
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Jim Shahin Jan 17
Early word? No Myron Mixon at opening of namesake Alexandria bbq rest. Turns out he will be: today, tomorrow. Opened yest. Dinner only.
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Jim Shahin Jan 10
he won't be there. He'll be there Jan 30 and 31.
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Jim Shahin Jan 6
Myron Mixon sampled the food at his new Old Town rest, loved it, acc. to co-owner Joe Corey. Jan 16, you decide.
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Jim Shahin Jan 6
Delayed Myron Mixon bbq rest in Old Town to open 1/16, sez co-owner Joe Corey. Replaced pellet cooker w/Mxon-built wood/water smoker.
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Jim Shahin Dec 16
Thanks for sharing.
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Jim Shahin Dec 16
Fantastic! Looking forward to checking it out. Thanks!
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Jim Shahin Dec 9
Latest word is that it will likely open shortly after the new year.
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Jim Shahin Nov 30
Join the WashPost live chat and talk top cookbooks, the cost of nutritious food and more. 12p ET. Ask q's now.
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Jim Shahin Nov 29
Ain't that America? Great package in WaPo. Who makes the tortillas, pierogi and pasta you love? These immigrants do.
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Jim Shahin Nov 23
Join WashPost food section live chat for last-minute Thanksgiving advice and more. 12pm ET. Ask questions now.
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Jim Shahin Nov 16
Join the WashPost Free Range on Food chat: Thanksgiving recipes, tips, bbq, more. 12p-1p ET.
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Robert Moss Nov 1
Hot off the , we get word that a Dallas brisket joint is venturing into cooking whole hogs!
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Jim Shahin Nov 1
Yeah, there was a lot of that going on. Fermented grits. Veggies set beneath the trench hog, seasoned w/smoked hog drippings...
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Jim Shahin Nov 1
Moss was grilling Brussel sprouts in a wok over a burn barrel, burning wood to coals to shovel beneath the hog. East meets West.
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Jim Shahin Nov 1
Next time, for sure! Were you at the Revival?
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Jim Shahin Nov 1
Next time! Were you at the Revival?
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Jim Shahin Nov 1
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Jim Shahin Nov 1
Host pit master Wyatt Dixon and scion Sam Jones led the back-to-basics trench cook at
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Jim Shahin Nov 1
The NC BBQ Revival last weekend on a Durham-area farm wasn't just a bbq fest. It was a celebration of heritage, with amazing pitmasters.
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