Winter Wonder Q

Winter Wonder Q
Photo by Steve Solomonson

Who says you can’t barbeque in the winter?

Not North Carolina natives Matthew and Ashley Weavil, owners of the brand new Fat Beagle pop-up BBQ shop who are bringing their Southern recipes — and their never-say-die attitude — to Sycamore Bar and Flowershop in Ditmas Park for a winter grill of Lexington-style pulled pork on Dec. 18.

“In North Carolina, barbeque is a noun, not a verb,” said Matthew Weavil. He and his wife recently hosted The Fat Beagle’s very first pop-up BBQ extravaganza at No. 7 restaurant in Fort Greene, and plan to continue doing special one-day cookouts in different establishments across Brooklyn, while sorting through the paperwork necessary to open a food truck. “And people eat it year round.”

BBQ freaks, summer nostalgists, and Southern expats are invited to join the Weavils on Sycamore’s porch beginning at 1pm, snow or shine — you can even keep your gloves on.

“We’ve come up with a Q in a cup,” said Weavil. “Baked beans, pulled pork, coleslaw and cornbread … in a cup.”

What could be better?

North Carolina BBQ at Sycamore [1118 Cortelyou Rd. between E. 11th Street and Westminster Road in Ditmas Park (347) 240-5850] on Dec. 18 at 1 pm. $20. For info, visit www.thefatbeagle.com.

Reach reporter Eli Rosenberg at [email protected] or by calling (718) 260-2531. And follow his Tweets at @from_where_isit.