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Road Food: Sugar’s Ribs – Chattanooga, TN

It’s no secret that The Man and I are into barbecue. As we motored through Chattanooga, Tennessee, we couldn’t help but notice the signs for Sugar’s Ribs. Clinging to the side of Missionary Ridge, the place commanded a view of the city and mountains that was very appealing. But would the ‘cue measure up to the view?
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Road Food: Zingerman’s Deli – Ann Arbor, MI

For many years, I’ve gotten the Zingerman’s catalog. There are plenty of illustrations, but no photos involved in this cute deli/bakery line drawing paradise. When The Man and I realized that our trip from Toronto to our family’s home on Lake PawPaw in Michigan would bring us through Ann Arbor, we knew we had to see these treats in person. It’s hard to pull the trigger on mail ordering baked goods and charcuterie, but when you’re practically driving PAST the place — well, you’re just duty bound to check it …

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Road Food: Lisa’s Pies – Atlanta, Indiana

Before going on any trip, I do plenty of research on possible places along the way to try new and exciting foods.
During our trip from Jacksonville to Coloma, Michigan, I knew that I wanted to
think outside the box, outside the norm, inside the jar?
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Road Food: Walls’ BBQ – Savannah, GA

Walls’ Barbeque Restaurant in Savannah, Georgia isn’t a place you will find by following signs from the interstate. It’s a place that someone tells you about in rapturous tones – hushed and reverent. People who have been lucky enough to find the right little alley in Savannah will tell you about the food the way they would relate the story of their first kiss. For people who don’t live in Savannah, it’s like a secret club that you must find by following a treasure map and knocking on the right door.

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