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Comments on: The Professor of Pork All Things Tasty 2010-10-23T00:04:25Z WordPress By: Steve Steve 2009-01-24T17:06:43Z 2009-01-24T17:06:43Z As somebody who grew up on bbq in the south, I can tell you that Sorkin’s stuff is the real deal. Put his ribs or pulled pork in front of the good ol’ boys back home and they’d never know that it was a yankee jewish kid who fixed it (although they’d be plenty surprised when you told them).

I’ve eaten a fair amount of ‘cue since we moved here a few years ago. Smoque reminds me of home every time.

By: Rich Rich 2009-01-15T17:07:23Z 2009-01-15T17:07:23Z As a transplanted southerner, and self-styled foodie, I can tell you that this guy has it right. Really, really right. I actually crave this place. I bring everyone I know here, including equally discerning visiting relatives from way-down-south. I hear the same thing from them. Amazing.

By: lauren lauren 2009-01-13T21:34:59Z 2009-01-13T21:34:59Z way to go barry. but et tu brute? we grew up in skokie, yo.

By: Cinnamon Cinnamon 2009-01-13T05:02:42Z 2009-01-13T05:02:42Z “The Eminem of Chicago BBQ”

Fantastic line, sir.