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Tonight from the Egg

jwirlwindjwirlwind Posts: 319
edited 2:09AM in EggHead Forum
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<p />Yum yum ribbs with black pepper, six peppers, salt and bar b q sauce from a local bar b q restaurant owned by Maurice Bessenger. He still flies the Confederate flag in front of every one of his stores. I am not sure how many stores he has but a lot. The local grocery stores took his sauce off the shelf because of the flag, a hot topic here in South Carolina. Piggly Wiggly carries the sauce. [p]Chef Jerry

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  • jwirlwindjwirlwind Posts: 319
    Jwirlwind,
    By the way,I coated the meat after spices with yellow mustard. The sauce I used is a yellow sauce with spices and a touch of sweet taste. [p]Chef Jerry

  • MakoBBQMakoBBQ Posts: 230
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    <p />Jwirlwind,
    Looks great, I plan on doing ribs on sunday on the large.[p]I did a salmon filet tonight on the small with a lemon juice/brown sugar marinate.

  • MakoBBQ,
    Is that your new tool cabinet for your charcoal grill tools I see in the background?

  • MakoBBQMakoBBQ Posts: 230
    TG Scouter,
    It's a tool cabinet/bird nest. Every spring I get a new bird family in it.

  • BunkyRubBunkyRub Posts: 52
    Jwirlwind,
    I travel on business to SC and I am familiar with Maurice, both his BBQ and his politics. Unfortunately, the grocery stores in NC also removed his products due to the flag issue. Whenever I am in the Columbia area I try to eat at one his places and take home a bottle or two of his sauce. It makes a great basting for pork tenderloin-the mustard base is a nice alternative to traditional BBQ sauces.

  • Car Wash MikeCar Wash Mike Posts: 11,244
    Jwirlwind,
    Are you really a Chef?

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