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Old 10-30-2007, 05:41 PM   #31
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I would like to join you guys if you don't mind?
Welcome aboard Pufft. Where are you located? I actually live in Candler too. Brooks Cove road off Monte Vista.

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Old 10-30-2007, 06:37 PM   #32
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BBQ sauce in the Mountains is t'mater based.
Down east it is vinegar.
Just so long as they got HOT!!
And mustard? well, it's a South Carolina thing I'll never understand...right Maurice?
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Old 10-30-2007, 09:04 PM   #33
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Welcome aboard Pufft. Where are you located? I actually live in Candler too. Brooks Cove road off Monte Vista.

Kenny
Us three are neighbors. I am here in Canton.

I'll be the person shivering on a DR on 19/23 riding through Candler tomorrow morning.
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Old 10-30-2007, 09:05 PM   #34
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Us three are neighbors. I am here in Canton.
Hope to see you next Thursday.


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Old 10-30-2007, 09:08 PM   #35
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BBQ sauce in the Mountains is t'mater based.
Down east it is vinegar.
Just so long as they got HOT!!
And mustard? well, it's a South Carolina thing I'll never understand...right Maurice?
mmmmmmmmmmmm
Did somebody say mustard based BBQ sauce?

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Old 10-31-2007, 04:02 AM   #36
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ok

I'm cornfuzed (as usual)

I thought the mustard/vinegar was same same

anyway I'm from the coast originally, so yeah, whichever ain't kinda yaller/golden ...

ain't right








although I have been known to eat whatever was in front of me


hushpuppies??

they gots hushpuppies??



more important, they got beer??


I like mine thin, yeller, 'Merican and COLD
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Old 10-31-2007, 06:49 AM   #37
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Vinegar is usually part of the mustard sauce (ohhhhhh baby!) but there is also just the plain down east type vinegar and pepper sauce (ohhhhhhh baby!). Save the catsup Kraft stuff for the amateurs.

Beer is required. Or, vast quantities of tea. Note, I didn't say 'sweet', that is a given.



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ok

I'm cornfuzed (as usual)

I thought the mustard/vinegar was same same

anyway I'm from the coast originally, so yeah, whichever ain't kinda yaller/golden ...

ain't right








although I have been known to eat whatever was in front of me


hushpuppies??

they gots hushpuppies??



more important, they got beer??


I like mine thin, yeller, 'Merican and COLD
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Old 10-31-2007, 08:29 AM   #38
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ok

I'm cornfuzed (as usual)

I thought the mustard/vinegar was same same


Mustard sauce is 'pose ta be THICK!!!

A thick and zesty sauce that has all natural ingredients. It contains no starches or gums that are used as extenders. Courtney's Mustard Based Sauce offers a thick, rich, robust flavor that enhances your favorite cut of meat. It is often the favorite of many of our regular guests. Try it yourself today.




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Old 10-31-2007, 10:00 AM   #39
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it's from Wilmington

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
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Old 10-31-2007, 10:05 AM   #40
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I might be able to make it. I was thinkin' about being up at my place around then anyway.

Does this place serve catfish or anything like that?
jus' fer you Reuben

Homemade Deviled Eggs $5.00
Onion Rings $6.00
Southern Fried Pickle Chips With BBQ Ranch Dipping Sauce $5.00
Fiddlin' Fries with Melted Cheese & Chopped BBQ $6.00
Southern Fried Chicken Tenders $6.00
6 Jumbo Smoked Chicken Wings BBQ, Buffalo or Naked $8.00
Smoked St. Louis Ribs 1/3 slab $8.00
Pig-Out! Platter with Onion Rings, Fried Pickles, Smoked Wings, Deviled Eggs & 1/3 Rack of Ribs $14.00

From the Garden Side Salad $4.00
Fresh Garden Salad with Pull Smoked Chicken $7.00
Fresh Garden Salad with Fried Chicken Tenders $7.00
Fresh Garden Salad with Smoked Beef Brisket $7.00
Smoked Chicken Salad Plate $7.00
Crispy Iceburg Wedge Salad $5.00
Dressings: BBQ Ranch, Blue Cheese, Thousand Island, Honey Mustard, Balsamic Vinaigrette

Our meat is smoked "LOW AND SLOW" over hickory wood for 12 to 14 hours.
All platters served with your choice of 2 sides and hushpuppies.

Pulled course chopped Pork BBQ $11.00
St. Louis Ribs
1/2 Rack $12.00 / Full Rack $21.00
Smoked chicken
1/2 Smoked Chicken $12.00 / 1/4 Smoked Chicken $9.00

All sides $2
French Fries
Potato Salad
Baked Beans
Deviled Eggs
Onion Rings
Slaw
Fried Okra
Fresh Collard Greens
Green Beans
Mac & Cheese

Basket: One side & hushpuppies
Plate: Two sides & hushpuppies
BBQ Pork sandwich
Plate $7.50 / Platter $8.50
Pulled Smoked Chicken Sandwich
Plate $7.50 / Platter $8.50
Smoked Beef Brisket Sandwich
Plate $8.00 / Platter $9.00
Smoked Chicken Salad Sandwich
Plate $8.00 / Platter $9.00
Grilled Chicken Sandwich
Plate $7.50 / Platter $8.50
Fried Chicken Tender Sandwich
Plate $7.00 / Platter $8.00

Choose one side, fountain drink or milk and a cookie
BBQ Pork Sandwich $5.00
Chicken Tenders $5.00
Hot Dog $5.00
Grilled Cheese $5.00
Mac & Cheese $5.00

Banana Pudding--enough for two $4.00
Brownie & Ice Cream--enough for two $6.00
Apple Pie & Ice Cream--enough for two $5.00
Seasonal Fruit Cobblers--enough for two $4.00
Ice Cream - 2 Scoops $3.00
Milk Shakes - Vanilla, Chocolate or Strawberry $3.00
Root Beer Float $3.00
Cream Sickle $3.00
Cookies & Cream $5.00

Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Pink Lemonade, Mr. Pibb, Barqs Root Beer, Mellow Yellow
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Milk
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Old 10-31-2007, 03:26 PM   #41
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ncbub.......say it aint so.....burnt pig butts....beer.....and bluegrass?????
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Old 10-31-2007, 03:37 PM   #42
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hey Russ

I'm planning on being at Stecoah at least one day, but it'll be street only for a few more weeks at least ... I'll follow Scott at a sedate and leisurely pace on the assphault
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Old 10-31-2007, 04:24 PM   #43
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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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Old 10-31-2007, 05:00 PM   #44
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The first time my family ate NC "BBQ" we thought the meat had spoiled. I have my sister ship in dry rub and sauce to every Christmas so we can now enjoy BBQ year round.
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Old 10-31-2007, 05:13 PM   #45
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Maurices is very good BBQ. Every so often I take a hankering for the mustard base BBQ. Plus they have the best hushpuppies anywhere. Real cornmeal with onions!


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BBQ sauce in the Mountains is t'mater based.
Down east it is vinegar.
Just so long as they got HOT!!
And mustard? well, it's a South Carolina thing I'll never understand...right Maurice?
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