Amy Whitley, 43, of Kinston, NC prepares her family's dinner of pork loin with bacon, grilled cabbage and potato soup on a second grill before Friday night's hog cooking to begin in downtown Raleigh for this year's NC Pork Council Whole Hog Barbecue Championship. Taught by her father Bill Whitley, Amy is competing against her younger brother Tyler Whitley, 24, also taught by their dad Bill Whitley.
Amy Whitley, 43, of Kinston, NC prepares her family's dinner of pork loin with bacon, grilled cabbage and potato soup on a second grill before Friday night's hog cooking to begin in downtown Raleigh for this year's NC Pork Council Whole Hog Barbecue Championship. Taught by her father Bill Whitley, Amy is competing against her younger brother Tyler Whitley, 24, also taught by their dad Bill Whitley. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Amy Whitley, 43, of Kinston, NC prepares her family's dinner of pork loin with bacon, grilled cabbage and potato soup on a second grill before Friday night's hog cooking to begin in downtown Raleigh for this year's NC Pork Council Whole Hog Barbecue Championship. Taught by her father Bill Whitley, Amy is competing against her younger brother Tyler Whitley, 24, also taught by their dad Bill Whitley. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
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September 30, 2016 07:24 PM

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