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  • Yeah.

  • Order for Alex.

  • You're welcome.

  • This'll okey spot is popular with everyone in the airline industry, from mechanics to pilot who all make a beeline for brisket on the sweet, spicy, smoky que in between ships.

  • Emerson, lemon pepper.

  • A lot of people don't know about pit bulls you hear about the other places.

  • Truly is one of the best kept secrets of Atlanta that people don't know about what they're learning.

  • Meet Edward or, as some people call them, tell Uncle Bernie I'm saying I'm here for my people's all day every day, three times on Sunday.

  • Show us some love.

  • He's been working as a skycap for the airlines for the past 20 years.

  • Travelers often asked him, Where's the good barbecue?

  • I'm glad you asked that question right up the street you're smelling.

  • Yeah, down home.

  • You definitely can taste the goodness.

  • My favorite something wings and the brisket sandwich bar Another that is bomb diggity.

  • Mm.

  • Looking like a snack.

  • The best bet brisket sandwich takes that perfectly.

  • Char brisket slathers it with portobello mushrooms and saut?

  • Ed onions and tops it off with melted pepper.

  • Jack cheese is so good, it'll make you sing spicy risk.

  • Yeah.

  • Got some wings ready here in Georgia, they're very passionate about their barbecue eso You get a lot of different styles here in Atlanta, but when you say barbecue here in Georgia, it beings pork.

  • Wade makes, um mean pork ribs for the barbecue purists.

  • But he'll slow cook whatever he wants and call it barbecue.

  • If he damn well pleases, watch him work.

  • Ready?

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • Yes.

  • Mhm.

  • Yeah.

  • What barbecue?

  • I want a barbecue.

  • Said we're known for our spare ribs, of course.

  • Sliced brisket, a swell as smoke wings, a lot of barbecue places.

  • They'll smoke the wings and then they'll deep fry.

  • We grill hours.

  • That's what sets us apart from everybody else.

  • My mom taught me how to barbecue, how to spoke me.

  • It's got some money and some garlic seasoned salt, little cayenne pepper in it.

  • Now there's a couple other ingredients that really make it unique.

  • I want you to tell you what they are.

  • If I had a dollar for every time somebody said that on this show.

Yeah.

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