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Old 10-31-2007, 04:24 PM   #43
dirtconnector
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Originally Posted by xtphreak
never tried their SC version, it does look yeller

the real deal is a golden brown

and soo good





People have been demanding Carolina Treet BBQ Sauce for 50 years, since it came on the market in 1953. Our Original Flavor has No ketchup or sugar, just great taste.





A favorite formula originally enjoyed by folks in South Carolina and now spreading out. The tangy taste of mustard with just the right mix of sweetness and spices, it's a sauce you can use as you cook or you can put some on after cooking. Also great in deviled eggs, on hot dogs and anywhere you like a sweet, tangy flavor

I like Treet on yardbird ; George's BBQ sauce on sow if you don't have a good homemade mix. Man, I'm getting hungry...will try to make it. I'm just getting back in the saddle after hip surgery.
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