Yes, there really is a big Anthony — a 7-foot-tall alum of University of Tulsa who loves to cook, which is how his barbecue business got its start. Big Anthony’s smokes its meat fresh, which means it’s best to call ahead because, they’ll smoke a whole chicken just for you. Pork, brisket, bologna, brown sugar baked beans, bacon cabbage will all tempt you to eat your fill, but save room for the old-fashioned buttermilk pie.
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