Danielle Dimovski aka Diva Q has a passion for barbecue that knows no boundaries; she lives breaths and eats barbecue. Diva Q travels all over North America competing in a variety of sanctioned barbecue competitions, writing about barbecue and eating anywhere barbecue is served.
Danielle heads to Georgia, the land of peaches and Bubba Q BBQ. After that, it's off to Midway BBQ, a quaint place in a tiny little town in South Carolina.
Danielle heads to Kentucky to compete in the Owensboro Grillin' and Chillin' BBQ cookoff. Then it's off to Ol' Hickory Pit BBQ to eat some mutton, and try out their family recipe of barbecued beans.
Danielle crawls to Georgia to chow down on slow-smoked BBQ and tofu. Later, at a local airshow, she competes in the Smoke-n-Thunder BBQ Classic. She wagers a bet with her neighbor, Bubba Q, on who will score better in brisket.
Danielle hits Route 66 for juicy tri-tip covered in swiss cheese, then hangs out with a captain on the Colorado River. It's competition time! She competes in The Smoke on the Water BBQ Contest for prizes worth $100,000.
Diva Q blazes through Utah, trying a meaty brisket pizza cooked in a giant bull's head oven. Then she's off to a pro-surfer shop that serves brisket tacos covered in feta. She caps it off with delicious meats from a dutch oven.
Danielle Dimovski, aka "Diva Q", starts off in Kentucky for some Billy's BBQ in Louisville, and then heads to Missouri for Pappy's Smokehouse -- the beacon of BBQ.
Danielle bites into a huge brisket sandwich and tries her hand at catching trout at St. Simons Island, GA. Then, she heads to Southern Soul BBQ for gumbo and smoked chicken. Finally, she’s off to Charleston, SC, to Hello My Name is BBQ -- a hip, urban food truck.
Danielle is up against 150 of the world's grand BBQ champions at the American Royal BBQ competition. With a storm coming and 13 BBQ categories to turn in, Danielle turns up the heat for the judges.
Danielle treks to New York City for a new world of BBQ. She dines on pulled goat and carne asada tacos, falls in love with a juicy duck leg on top of a huckleberry waffle, and feasts on a creamy crawfish etouffee.
Danielle stops in Raleigh, North Carolina, to visit her friend and RV builder George Campeau. Before they crawl their way through town, George installs a couple of new bells and whistles on her trailer to help her out at the next competition. First stop on the crawl, Clyde Cooper's BBQ, a place that's been around for 80 years. Next, Danielle visits 'Que, a whole hog BBQ joint owned by South Carolina BBQ legend, Ed Mitchell. Ed's method may be old school, but the menu and the decor are modern. Next, Danielle explores fusion BBQ at the Bulkogi Korean BBQ truck. Danielle samples some spicy Korean-Mexican dishes like the Bulkogi Korean BBQ Bowl and the Bulkogi taco. Lastly, Danielle heads to Charlotte, NC, to Midwood Smokehouse. They have created a lot of fun items like BBQ tacos, pork burnt ends, and cubes of smoked pork candied in cola sauce.
Diva Q parks in South Carolina for grilled venison and German pork and sauerkraut sliders with her buddy Chad. They run into some trouble at the Squealin' Square BBQ Contest when their generator breaks, leaving them powerless.
Danielle gets a taste of the South Carolina farm-to-table movement, feasting on local pork and cuddling with baby hogs. She learns how to make, and eat, a Gullah rice and shrimp dish, then heads out to the Boone Hall Plantation.
Diva Q prepares for the World Food Championships, Las Vegas style. It's a BBQ bonanza, from fresh cut steaks to giant beef ribs. She bites into the biggest, baddest burger in Vegas and takes her team to the shooting range.
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