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Our family, the Richards family, would go on family vacations every year in every part of the country and turn each trip into one big barbecue hunt. We literally went to every so-called BBQ hot spot and had our fingers deliciously smeared from digging into A LOT of different kinds of barbecue. (Trust us, we’ve tried them all!) We went through some tough ones (pun intended), but we also found some authentic, finger-lickin’ good ones—usually from mom-and-pop restaurants and other hole-in-the-wall dining places. (Told you we’ve been everywhere.) And after scouring every town, city, state, or region, our search has finally ended. Guess where? Right in our kitchen.

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About Pig of The Month

Our family, the Richards family, would go on family vacations
every year in every part of the country and turn each trip into
one big barbecue hunt. We literally went to every so-called BBQ
hot spot and had our fingers deliciously smeared from digging
into A LOT of different kinds of barbecue. (Trust us, we’ve tried
them all!) We went through some tough ones (pun intended), but
we also found some authentic, finger-lickin’ good ones—usually
from mom-and-pop restaurants and other hole-in-the-wall
dining places. (Told you we’ve been everywhere.)

And after scouring every town, city, state, or region, our search
has finally ended.

Guess where? Right in our kitchen.