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    The Star's Sarah Gish and Chow Town Live go to Arthur Bryant's Barbecue, 1727 Brooklyn Ave. in Kansas City, to learn the secrets of the iconic restaurant's mouthwatering 'cue. General manager Willis Simpson demonstrates how he makes burnt ends.

The Star's Sarah Gish and Chow Town Live go to Arthur Bryant's Barbecue, 1727 Brooklyn Ave. in Kansas City, to learn the secrets of the iconic restaurant's mouthwatering 'cue. General manager Willis Simpson demonstrates how he makes burnt ends. Tammy Ljungblad and Sarah Gish The Kansas City Star
The Star's Sarah Gish and Chow Town Live go to Arthur Bryant's Barbecue, 1727 Brooklyn Ave. in Kansas City, to learn the secrets of the iconic restaurant's mouthwatering 'cue. General manager Willis Simpson demonstrates how he makes burnt ends. Tammy Ljungblad and Sarah Gish The Kansas City Star

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