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Like every good story, it all started with coffee. And like every great one, it all started as a love story. He was visiting from Colorado Springs and some of his friends were playing music at this shop. It happened to be Halloween night, and his barista was dressed as a saucy little hippie. Over the next couple days, Don and the hippie chick, named Carissa, spent a little time together. At the end of that weekend, Don asked Carissa if he could call her when he got back to Colorado.


I've never known a good pit man who didn't come to barbecue sideways — who didn't sneak up on it or stumble into it or in the case of the generational genius flee from it before coming back like a chastened lover caught hound-dogging.

I will admit it: Republican gatherings always have better food than Democratic ones. Sometimes drinks and a little bit of barbecue. Once Hoss finished his degree, he took his sheepskin on the road with the Democratic National Committee. We talked twice last week, and we talked for a long time — the conversation looping and referential, full of backtracks and weird asides.

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Then he drifted to New Castle, where he lived in a camper-top next to a bowling alley and cooked more barbecue. Actually, what Parker said was, "If you don't live it, it won't come out of your horn," but I understood what Hoss was getting at. If you want to be in politics up north, you're going to spend a lot of time pressing the flesh and getting yelled at in diners. All rights reserved. Jason Sheehan.

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Support Us. Keep Westword Free. And Hoss is one of them. Hoss's various travels have influenced his barbecue — he talked about the Lexington pit in his kitchen, the delicious heresy of closed-pit-smoking his Texas brisket, how economics and the historic movement of Carolina pig farmers created my favorite barbecue style, Carolina tidewater, practiced in maybe a dozen towns sitting right on the sand — but ultimately, his barbecue is his own.

When I left, it was to learn about Mexican and Cuban food and to get the hell away from the snow.

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Since we started Westwordit has been defined as the free, independent voice of Denver, and we'd like to keep it that way. Jason Sheehan January 31, AM. Like all purveyors of great barbecue, Hoss Orwat is a renaissance man, a fine storyteller and a little bit goofy in the head. Up Now No Thanks.

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Denver's independent source of local news and culture. And then he did what many would-be writers end up doing: He tended bar. And now, what was coming out of his horn was barbecue — America's greatest cuisine and best expression of her collective soul. It was the best kind of education, because in great ts across the country, politics and food have always been interlinked — one humping the leg of the other.

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I've known guys who've done barbecue illegally because, when given a choice between ribs and John Law, the ribs are gonna win every time. This Week's Issue.

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Hoss is full of strange enthusiasms and digressions and bluster, and when he talks about food he's talking about history and culture, too. Which is how we got to talking about Carville and his book We're Right, They're Wrongwhich, in addition to being an excellent read and a good source of somewhat dated material with which to taunt and pummel Republicans, also contains a wicked recipe for backyard-picnic potato salad and musings about politicians and food.

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I support. You want to do the same thing down south, you'd better love you some barbecue. And I've known classically trained chefs who've thrown it all away on a couple of box smokers and the tinny smell of pork blood — because even amid cooks, the great pit men are a class apart, outlaws among outlaws.

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Marketing Coupons Promotions Newsletter Flipbooks. Do Not Sell My Info. And he's acquainted with James Carvillethe Democratic strategist turned political analyst who knows a thing or two about good eats.

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I've known smokers who were once bankers or computer programmers or rich layabouts. Like me, Hoss was born and raised in Upstate New York. Latest Stories. Contact: Jason Sheehan. the Westword community and help support independent local journalism in Denver. Opened another in Snowmass, then sold it. Support Our Journalism. Well, it's the same thing with everything, whatever you're passionate about.

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Only good thing about a Republican party is the food. Don't Miss Out. Today. By now he was living in Colorado, working at the Sports in Louisville, where he did barbecue two nights a week. When Hoss left, it was to get a master's degree in history focusing on Southern culture and politics.

Full text. He can make those links between grub and jazz, between pork shoulder and economics. By Patricia Calhoun Feb 20, More ». Up. I Support Learn More. He opened a restaurant in Boulder and closed it. Support the independent voice of Denver and help keep the future of Westword free.

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After a few years of speechwriting and spinning, Hoss was fed up with politics. When Hoss was working on his thesis, he'd pull into some town to research what had happened there politically — and inevitably, he'd end up eating barbecue with the mayor and getting saucy fingerprints all over his books. With local media under siege, it's more important than ever for us to rally support behind funding our local journalism.