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worthy of a pilgrimage from I95: Andy Nelson's BBQ in Cockeysville

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worthy of a pilgrimage from I95: Andy Nelson's BBQ in Cockeysville

jd | Apr 19, 2005 09:25 PM

I spent summers in the south with my mom and came to love bbq. We live 20 miles north of NYC and the only decent bbq to be had within 100 miles is from my weber.

My family still lives in the south and I've dragged my family to all the southern BBQ shrines. A family trip to DC and richmond brought us to an overnight stay in hunt's valley. A quick check on this board led to Andy Nelson's in Cockeysville (Just how is that pronounced?).

My wife and I shared a pulled pork sandwich and the brisket sandwich. The excellent sauce is left in large bottles on the tables. The bbq was moist, lots of burnt ends, smokey and delicious. This is great, great bbq, absolutely worth the 10 mile trip off of i95.

The spicy baked beans are amazing, the cole slaw was also great. Unfortunately, we didn't get to try the bbq pit beef, but it looked amazing. The lemonade is great too.

get thee to andy nelsons...

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