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20 August 2011

You can find great stuff in the oddest places!

So today my wife and I drove out to Hillsborough, NH to get my daughter who was at a sleepover with her friend last night.  They had not finished watching their movie yet, so we said we'd let them finish watching, and since we were hungry, we decided to grab a bite to eat.  As we got up on Main Street of this quaint little town, we smelled something mouth wateringly good.  We had found Beauford's Southern BBQ.  We were very pleased, and a little confused.  I mean, New England is an area that thinks pepper is an exotic and powerful spice.  A New England boil with salt is about as flavourful as most here dare go.  So to find this place was surprising.  And then we had the food.  As someone who has lived all over the world, and spent a good amount of time in the south, I can tell you that they know what they are doing.

The Story of Beauford's

Picture Beauford's Southern Barbeque grew out of a love for "Southern Style" food.  After many years living in various parts of the country and traveling extensively in the "south" I developed a love for true southern barbeque.  No matter how you spell it, Barbecue, Barbeque, Bar-B-Cue, BBQ, etc.., barbeque is it's own food group plain and simple.  Whether it's Pork in the Carolinas, Beef in Texas or Mutton in Kentucky you mention the word barbeque and no other explanation is needed.  You know exactly what's for dinner.  Barbeque is not, and I repeat, IS NOT hot dogs, burgers, boneless chicken, portabella mushrooms or anything else you can imagine on the gas grill in the backyard!

I named the business after my dog Beauford.  He came to me as one of a litter of 7 from Ladybug who was rescued in Georgia.  She was pregnant at the time and shortly after we got home she gave us Beauford and  litter mates.

I started Beauford's Southern Barbecue with a Lang model 84 Tandem Trailer in the summer of 2010.  I spent my first summer in Concord NH selling my 'Que to passersby in a hockey arena parking lot.  This gave me the desire to step it up and open a sit down place.

I can now be found in downtown Hillsborough NH next to the Mobil station in a former pizza place.  The place is small but inviting.  I invite you to come in and try our Southern Barbecue.  We look forward to seeing you!
If you are ever in Hillsborough, give them a visit.  It will be well worth your time.

1 comment:

MisterOhSo said...

I would so go there...good post :)