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Old 01-14-2008, 08:32 AM   #1
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For those who don't subscribe to the Firey-Foods newletter, you may find this interesting.

http://www.fiery-foods.com/dave2/bbqsauce.asp
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Good artical Cliff
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Thanks. I just started a script to that rag.
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I like the container for the eastern NC sauce (Crown Royal bottle).
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Originally Posted by lantern
Little bit on the red side to be "typical" Eastern NC sauce. Looks more like what we use back my way.
You may be right. I have some that's nearly that color, just from the cider vinegar and red pepper flakes, but I 'spect there's a tomato somewhere in that batch's ancestry.
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the pic was likely furnished by Lake High.
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Thanks Cliff.
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good article cliff but south carolina as the birthplace of bbq??? pulleeze! we all know its VIRGINIA!
If you want to be absolutely correct, let's just split the difference.
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Thanks, Cliff. Dave DeWitt's got a lot of cool stuff on that site. The "North Carolina BBQuest" he did with Ray Lampe was a big help when Griff and I were planning our tour last year.

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