Barbecue is bigger than ever

08/19/2013 | PARADE

Barbecue was a regional specialty in Virginia, Texas and other parts of the South for generations before the 1980s chain restaurant trend pushed authentic regional cuisines aside. Today, barbecue is back and bigger than ever at places like Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas, where crowds line up 100 deep to taste Aaron Franklin's signature brisket. Newer barbecue joints, like restaurateur Danny Meyer's Blue Smoke in NYC, continue to thrive and give city-dwellers a taste of classic barbecue.

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