Airport BBQ that’s not terminal

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  1. sobore
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    I arrived at the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport and purchased a pulled pork sandwich at Brookwood Farms Carolina Pit BBQ, a typical cafeteria-style eatery common to terminals. The word “pit,” along with the country-style orange neon lettering, might lead a naive person to believe the pork shoulders would be smoked over smoldering hardwoods and chopped to order with a cleaver.
    The pork was pre-chopped and piled into a metal container on a steam table. I eyed the menu, which had a title: “Down Home Cookin’.”

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    Simply excellent.:)
     

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