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After running Scholl Brothers Bar-B-Que in Paris since 2003, the Scholl family was ready to retire from the barbecue business last year. Coincidentally, Justin Lewis was ready to trade his career in health care for one in barbecue. He and his wife, Erin, figured her hometown was a good place to raise their kids and some cattle. Erin found a position as the assistant district attorney for Lamar County, and Justin sold the barbecue trailer he had in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, to run Scholl Brothers after the couple purchased it.“Paris is a great town,” Lewis said. “They’ve shown Scholl Brothers love for the last twenty years.” But he noted the food needed an overhaul. “We really changed about everything,” he said, from the recipes for…
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