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Deep South Dining | Barbeque with Ed Mitchell's Son Ryan Mitchell

Topic: The topic of barbecue is vast and wide and can cover a lot of ground, but the story of barbecue is not complete without including the story of North Carolina pit master Ed Mitchell, so today we welcome his son Ryan Mitchell - co-author of the new cookbook Ed Mitchell's Barbecue.

Host(s): Malcolm White, Carol Palmer, and Java Chatman

Guest(s): Enrika Williams, and Ryan Mitchell


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