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Behind the Scenes with Misha Collins | Chicago Part II: From Episode 4

Behind the scenes:

Check out this short montage of photos and videos that we shot through the amazing city of Chicago.  Chicago has everything you could ever want in a city; museums, food, architecture- you name it and Chicago has it.  In our trip to this vibrant town, we tasted BBQ from the South Side of Chicago, where they use a special kind of technique to create their BBQ flavors.  The restaurants we visited use the aquarium style BBQ, which you will see in the episode.  This style of BBQ delivers some excellent flavors and a diversity of different types of meats and spices depending on the restaurant.

Does any other place compare to the South Side of Chicago’s BBQ?  The love that each restaurant puts into their secret sauce is unprecedented.  We could not get enough of trying to pry the secrets out of the restaurant owners, but they did not give us their secrets.

We had the best time exploring this area.  Our team hopes that you enjoy this short clip from one of our favorite episodes.  To check out our official Roadfood review of two of the featured restaurants click on the links below!

Lem’s BBQ

Slab BBQ


What do you think of Behind the Scenes with Misha Collins | Chicago Part II?

4 Responses to “Behind the Scenes with Misha Collins | Chicago Part II”


January 25th, 2022

It was wonderful learning how so much family legacy was wrapped up in each of the featured BBQ restaurants. If there’s one thing I miss about the Chicago area, it’s all the jazz music though.



January 22nd, 2022

Love the music . Young man playing the piano. You are amazing


Desleigh Joye

January 15th, 2022

Loved the Chicago show. Len’s and Slab bbq are places I would love to visit. Can you please tell me the young man’s name who was running for congress that you had on towards the end of your show? Thank you and am really looking forward to future shows.



January 4th, 2022

I love Misha, food and behind the scenes footage so this is complete serotonin for me! I love to see raw footage of just people interacting because I gain more perspective of their personalities and culture. I love to learn about people and places!



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