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Old 03-18-2005, 01:22 AM   #21
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LOL ... guess I wont start a discussion on that disgusting yellow glop they call BBQ sauce in the Carolina's and Florida as compared to what the rest of the world considers as BBQ sauce.
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Old 03-18-2005, 03:40 AM   #22
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Bbq

Just for kicks I just GOOGLED "BBQ"

Only 5,790,000 hits:!:

Interesting site was redwood.com.
Neat displays but very slow loading with a dial up connection. Probably faster with broadband?

Here is a blurb on a contest someon may be interested in:

http://bbq.about.com/gi/dynamic/offs...dwoodCreek.com

Beginning May 1st through June 15th 2005, amateur outdoor cooking aficionados can go to RedwoodCreek.com to enter their best campfire recipe. Five finalists will be selected to participate in the Campfire Classic in the New York City, July 2005. The best campfire chef will take home a $10,000 adventure grant plus a $5,000 donation to the national park of their designation.

Enjoy,
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Old 03-18-2005, 06:51 AM   #23
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Jenny - look in'sauces' - I posted hubbie's family recipe for NC vinegar sauce!
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Have never tasted a mustard sauce we like.
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Old 03-18-2005, 12:01 PM   #25
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Michael - don't you put that yellow gloppy stuff off on us!!!!! LOL Isn't the mustart stuff more Kansas City?

We do a vinegar based sauce here.
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Old 03-18-2005, 12:02 PM   #26
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Marm and Rainee -- thanks for the recipes!!

I have been told that my pulled pork is very good but I am always experimenting.

Also, Rainee, thanks for the link regarding lump charcoal. The thing is ... it is actually not that easy to find up here. And i have never seen any of the brands in the link, except for Cowboy and Whole Foods.

Maybe Andy M or GB have seen any of those other brands around???? If you have, let me know where because I am dying to try them!
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Mustard base is SC style.
KC is thicker, sweeter, tomato, possibly hotter style.
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Maybe Andy M or GB have seen any of those other brands around???? If you have, let me know where because I am dying to try them!
I have not, but I will keep my eyes open for you!

I have to admit that I use a gas grill (gasp). I do prefer charcoal, but convenience won out when I went to buy my grill. I still have a charcoal kettle, but I have not touched it once since I started using my gas grill.
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LOL GB - I understand the convenience thing - I got a charcoal grill (big sucker) last year and use my gas grill to set my chimneys on while my charcoal gets hot! lol I had to get 4 chimneys because my grill is so big. I've got to get some kind of aluminum pan (haven't found one quite big enough yet) to only heat up a smaller area of the grill. 20 minutes and the coals are good to go - so it's not too bad.
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Old 03-18-2005, 03:57 PM   #30
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Interesting topic... I always accepted "Barbeque" as one of those oddities of our language that was simply interchange-able... Never thought it had an actual and singular definition (Low and Slow Method)... interesting.

Learn something new every day I guess.

More information on the subject from Wikipedia;
Etymology

The word varies in spelling; variations include barbeque, BBQ, and Bar-B-Q. Smoky Hale, author of The Great American Barbecue and Grilling Manual traces the word back to its Caribbean roots in Taíno (one of the Arawak family of languages). In one form, barabicoa, it indicates a wooden grill, a mesh of sticks; in another, barabicu, it is a sacred fire pit. Traditional barbacoa implies digging a hole in the ground putting some meat (goat is the best, usually the whole animal) on it with a pot underneath (to catch the concentrated juices, it makes a hearty broth), cover all with maguey (cactus) leaves then cover with coal and set it in fire. A few hours later it is ready.
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