Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Welcome to the BBQ Biker Blog

Welcome to the BBQ Biker Blog.

The Mission
My wife and I enjoy riding motorcycles around the country, sampling the various local BBQ, and experiencing the sights, sounds, and personalities we encounter in our journeys. We decided we should map out the places we visit, giving reviews of the food, atmosphere, and people, and sharing our adventures with those interested in such things.

Who We Are
My name is Tommy Jones. By day, I'm a web developer. At night, I'm a jazz musician. I usually don't eat pork, but I make an exception for BBQ. We all have our vices. My wife, Jennifer, runs a small office by day, takes business courses at night, and loves to ride. We live in Midtown, Atlanta and most of our adventures will start from there.

Our Plan
We will begin with some local Atlanta favorites, revisiting them to take pictures and write reviews. We will then branch out to the many small towns in Georgia and beyond, sampling the local BBQ cuisine and reporting our experience here.

Please check back often for the latest BBQ and feel free to mention us when you visit places we've reviewed.

4 comments:

  1. Tom Jones (The Dad)July 22, 2009 at 1:37 PM

    Now This is a great Idea. I've been doing this for years but didn't write about it.

    This is also why most Bikers are a little on the heavy side.

    Ride to Eat and Live to Ride!!!!

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  2. I think it's going to be a whole lot of fun. It's going to take us a while just to get the ones in the Atlanta area. Fatt Matt's, Matties, Hodge's, Hudson's, Spiced Rite, Daddy D's, the list is forever.

    We should never run out of material!

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  3. Nice poem on the comment about that poor stupid woman. Maybe if they ate BBQ, they'd be a little more laid back.
    ericmiami (used to ride, still eat bbq)

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  4. Tom Jones(The Dad)August 24, 2009 at 3:37 PM

    Don't forget Harold's. The Stew will remind you of your Grandmothers.

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