The ritual of barbecue starts with the woodpile and ends with the best sandwich ever. Yes, ever. Executive Editor Hunter Lewis
revisits his hometown joint|Produced by Jennifer V. Cole; Hunter Lewis
In the kitchen, Keith uses two machete-like blades that he calls "lamb breakers" to aggressively and rhythmically break down
steaming hunks of pork shoulder into piles of chopped barbecue.
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