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hometown-bbq-72314.jpgNew York City might not have much of a BBQ legacy, but Hometown pitmaster Billy Durney says that's a good thing. "If they try to make a jerk rib in Ayden, N.C…they'd hang him up by his shoe strings…We're really proud of the fact that we have no rules. We don't have to cook whole hog because our granddad or greatgranddad was a hog farmer....Here in New York, we can essentially do whatever we like. We don't have to adhere to any legacies." [Food Republic]
[Daniel Krieger]

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