Barbecue Catches Fire.
Carolina on Eisenhower
From the May, 2014 issue
"The Ann Arbor community is underserved when it comes to barbecue," says Nick Ferris, owner of the Old Carolina Barbecue Company franchise at Cranbrook Village. He seems to have called that right. Since the March opening, the line has often snaked out the door. On the menu are ribs, pulled pork, brisket, chicken, and turkey; sides of hush puppies, mac and
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