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English Professor Wes Berry traveled across Kentucky to research, and enjoy, the Bluegrass State's barbecue. He brought the best of the barbecue together in The Kentucky Barbecue Book.
Berry traveled from the banks of the Mississippi to the Appalachian Mountains. He searched for the best smoke, the best flavors and the best pit-masters he could find. His new book highlights the most succulent menus and colorful personalities in Kentucky.
To learn more, you can check out Berry's web site at www.wesberryliving.com. You can even meet the professor at one of his book signings:
April 13 - Book signing, Community Farmers Market Bowling Green
April 20 - Book signing, Southern Kentucky Book Festival, Bowling Green, 9-3
May 18 - Book signing, Mary Wood Weldon Memorial Library, Glasgow, 11:00 a.m.
June 29 - Book signing, Homegrown Authors at the Lexington Farmers Market at 5/3 Pavilion
July 9, 6:00 p.m. - Storytelling and book signing at Warren County Public Library, 1225 State Street, Bowling Green
Sept 7-8 - Book signing, Kentucky State BBQ Festival, Danville KY
WDRB photojournalist Dominik Furhmann did a story on Dr. Berry as he was traveling Kentucky doing research for his book. To watch that story, CLICK HERE