From the article, “Though Burnt Fork BBQ serves many of the traditional southern barbecue staples like pulled pork sandwiches, beef brisket, and Brunswick stew, Kramer (co-owner) also takes a more international approach to his ‘cue. Diners can expect menu items like Korean barbecue, Cuban sandwiches, Vietnamese lamb or Peking duck tacos, and barbacoa. And though they are not featured on the limited menu currently, Kramer told me that he will also offer a BBQ potsticker, filled with pulled pork and Napa cabbage seasoned with sesame oil and rice wine vinegar.”
The joint was opened by Josh Kramer, his father John Kramer, and his wife Kara Ferris. Although many people simply want to go to an old school BBQ joint, this eclectic approach, when done correctly, is great for a nice change of pace. Burnt Fork BBQ is providing the greatest hits of BBQ while still shooting outside the box so to speak. They are using a Cookshack smoker to cook their meats for up to 16 hours.
See the entire piece here. Let me know if you get a chance to stop by and please send over photos. Will have to stop by the next time I’m in Georgia.
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