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Deep South Dining - Classic | May is National Barbeque Month

It's Memorial Day, so Malcolm and Carol are spending time with family. Here is an encore episode to hold back the hunger until they return next week.

Original Air Date: 05-01-2023

May is National barbeque month and today we'll explore the diverse range of barbeque styles found in the state and discover great spots to indulge. Additionally, we'll share tips on how to be resourceful in the kitchen, saving both money and time while preparing meals, and we'll delve into the fresh and vibrant flavors of spring.

Host(s): Carol Palmer and Java Chatman

Guest: Chef Enrika Williams


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