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    Roy J

    Member since Aug 2007

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    About Me

    Dear Wife of 40 years and I both retired early in 2007 and moved to the Burlington, NC area to live in the same town as our grown children and their families. What a great choice it was! Food plays a more important role in our personal well-being in the senior years. Why not do it as well as possible, and why not use all the experiences and resources available?

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    North Carolina is a major pork producing area, and also seems to be the barbecue capitol of the world. So, I have recently discovered barbecue as a favorite. Our daughter lives just outside of Lexington, NC, a town of 14,000 which also somehow supports 42 barbecue restaurants and take-outs in the town. One of these restaurants, Lexington Barbecue, catered the Presidential Inauguration Party for Bill Clinton a few years ago. But others are also There are six common styles of barbecue indigenous to North Carolina and South Carolina, and I have tried each several times and have yet to identify a favorite. They are all good!

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