Shannon Ambrosio

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Shannon Ambrosio is the pitmaster behind Come 'N Get It, a family-owned & operated eatery with strong core values that come through in the taste and preparation of their food. Their family roots are in Brooklyn, where they have lived and learned a variety of cooking techniques from the diverse cultures. This has given them a distinctive style, which they describe as "Gourmet BBQ."

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