S2E23: Eating Macon BBQ – The Best Rub for Your Butt

Eating Macon BBQ With Mama Honey’s

Macon BBQ

In the lead up to the #USChowDown, there were was one story we anticipated telling that we were super excited, and a little anxious, about telling. The story is the one that leads us to showing up in Georgia, as guests of honor at a Macon BBQ party, hosted by a person who claims to make the Best Rub For Your Butt – Mama Honey’s Hiney Rub.

Macon BBQWe recorded this episode of our culinary travel podcast the day after the epic Macon BBQ party. Perhaps we should have recorded it the day before. Because Robert Fisher, and his partner Mariana were graceful hosts. They opened up their home to us, invited about a hundred of their friends, and made some amazing BBQ. But, we were all a little beat up, and a bit hung over, the day after the big event. But, we were thrilled to have met so many wonderful people in Macon, Georgia!

And, all of this occurred because of Twitter. So, thank you, Twitter, for bring us to this corner of Georgia, and introducing us to some fine Macon BBQ. Thank you for giving us a break from our road trip weariness. Most of all, we thank Robert and Mariana for not being serial killers!

Mentions on This Week’s Food Travel Podcast

How We Survived Our First US Road Trip

Mama Honey’s Hiney Rub: The Best Rub For Your Butt

Follow Mama Honey’s on Twitter

The Otis Redding Foundation: Where we met Justin, Otis’s grandson!

Macon Airbnb: If you head to Macon, check out Scott’s Airbnb listing, some really unique properties above their store, all of which are beautifully restored!

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4 Comments

  1. My grandma always used to say that if you eat pork on New Year’s, you will have a prosperous year, so ever since Christmas I have been scheming about a New Year’s barbecue. This blog post has me inspired. That ham from Prague looked pretty tasty, too.

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    • That sounds like a great idea!

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  2. These are live long memories. The one comment that I really wish that would have been used in the ‘interview’ is “You can’t make this stuff up!”.

    Thank you for taking the time to visit Macon and for ‘hanging out’ with us for a few days. It truly was a pleasure. Can’t wait for the next time that we get to explore life together.

    Hugs,
    Robert

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    • Our pleasure Robert! Thanks for making all of this happen!

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