Posted September 09, 2018 05:20:46It’s been a hot summer for barbecue in the U.S., with a lot of the barbecue joints closing up shop this year.

Here are the top 10 barbecue states.1.

Missouri: Barbecue at home: 1,914 locationsThe state is home to a bunch of the most popular barbecue joints, from Kansas City to Kansas City, Kansas, to Kansas, Missouri.

And it’s also the home to many of the state’s best barbecue joints.

But don’t let that fool you.

Missouri is a very different place to Kansas than Kansas City is to Kansas.

It’s a more rural place, with less than 3% of the population living in a rural area.

In other words, there are more people in Kansas City than in Missouri.2.

Iowa: Barbecues at home (and away): 1,099 locationsThe U.s. is a land of great barbecue, with a number of big names in the industry.

In Iowa, the barbecue scene is a little different.

It was once considered the “food desert” in the Midwest, but the state is now the home of some of the best BBQ in the country.

The state’s barbecue scene has seen some big names, such as KFC, as well as other local favorites, such the BBQ Whiskey Barbecue and the South Side Barbecue.3.

North Dakota: Barbeque at home or at the office: 1.099 LocationsBarbecues are also an important part of North Dakota’s food culture.

The food truck scene is strong in the state, and many of North Dakotans’ favorite barbecue joints are located in the heart of the Fargo-Laramie area.4.

South Dakota: BBQ at home and away: 1 The most popular places to go for barbecue around the state include the Twin Cities, the Dakotas, and the western Dakotanas.5.

Tennessee: Barbq at home, on the road or in the backyard: 1The state’s food scene is diverse and has some of South Dakota’s best BBQ joints.

Some of the top spots in the southern part of the Tennessee Valley are the Hill Country Barbecue in Nashville, Nashville Barbecue Co. in Chattanooga, and Chattanooga Barbecue Bar and Grill in Chattanooga.6.

Texas: Bar-b-que at the bar, home, or on the grill: 1Restaurants in the Lone Star State include BBQ King BBQ in Austin, and KFC in Fort Worth.7.

Montana: Barbies, barbecues and more barbecuers: 1 1,008 locationsThe Great Basin State is home of a great barbecue scene.

Barbecue is a big part of Montana’s culture, as evidenced by the fact that there are multiple restaurants in the Great Basin that are owned by Barbeques and Barbecuers.

Montana has the second-largest number of Barbecue Restaurants in North America behind Louisiana.

Montana also has a number in the top 5 states in the United States for the number of BBQ restaurants per capita, with Montana being followed by South Dakota, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado.8.

Nevada: Bar BBQ at the house, in the yard, or in a backyard: 889 locationsNevada is home, in fact, to some of Montana ‘s best barbecue restaurants.

One of the biggest names in Montana is the Barbecue House, which has been in business since the 1940s.

It also has the biggest number of locations per capita in the nation.

The most recent expansion in the company’s business took place in May of this year, and there are now more than 4,400 locations across the state.9.

Mississippi: Bar and grill at home.

Away.

1,022 locationsThe Mississippi barbecue scene includes several major brands, including BBQ Barbecue, KFC and the Bar-B-Que.

There are also many smaller spots that cater to a wide range of tastes and preferences, such Asparagus BBQ in Tupelo, Ole Miss Barbecue Grill in Columbia, and other small locales.10.

South Carolina: Bar, grill, or barbecue at home; and barbecue, barbeque, barbecue, barbecue, barbecue: 1 758 locationsThe South Carolina barbecue scene spans many different styles and genres.

The best barbecue spots in South Carolina include the South Carolina Barbecue Club in Columbia and the Hillside Barbecue Joint in Columbia.

Barbequing is also a part of this scene, and a big reason why the state has so many top BBQ joints is the abundance of barbecue bars and restaurants in South Carolinas.