Edna Jane’s BBQ Brings a Taste of the Carolinas to a Hollywood Side Street

A North Carolina-bred recording engineer turned a hobby into a tasty cottage industry
Jessica Ritz • Los Angeles Magazine • February 3, 2021
Backyard barbecue has been an L.A. cottage industry since well before the pandemic. Now, in the COVID-19 era, you can pull up to a pair of garages on a densely populated Hollywood side street to pick up Carolina-style smoked meat. Clay Blair...
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