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Louisiana’s Best: Smokin’ Hot

There’s no doubt about it: barbecue is a big deal in the South. From Texas and North Carolina to Memphis and St. Louis, there are a variety of regional barbecue styles that highlight different meat cuts, cooking methods, and sauces. Unlike other states, Louisiana does not have a clearly defined barbecue style, but it is home to a number of smokehouses that hold their own in a region that loves barbecue.

In New Orleans, many credit Hogs for the Cause for bringing barbecue into the forefront

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