Woman calls 911 to report ‘pink meat’ at a North Carolina barbecue restaurant
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A customer at Clyde Cooper's Barbeque restaurant in North Carolina, had a beef with the way her food looked, going as far as calling 911 over the coloration of the meat.
Debbie Holt, the owner of the Raleigh BBQ joint, tried to explain to the woman that barbecue turns pink when it is smoked and even if it were cooked for longer, it would stay pink.
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