Still looking for BBQ in KY, Tenn & NC

Old Aug 30th, 2004, 11:31 AM
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My dad makes the best BBQ I've ever eaten. His recipe comes from a Georgia buddy who owned a place in middle GA called Sweaty's (yea, I know). DD doesn't have a particular recipe for his pulled pork BBQ sauce; he just makes it to taste. I know that he always smokes the pork first. His Brunswick stew is to die for as well.

In GA, Bon Aire near Macon is the best. We bring it home in a cooler when we visit family up there and have neighbors who bring it back for us a couple of times a year.

The best restaurant BBQ I've ever had was at a place in Townsend, TN. You have to get there early because when they run out they close for the evening. I can never remember the names of places and it's been in a couple of locations. Locals know the place if you remind them it used to be next to Subway.
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Old Aug 30th, 2004, 12:07 PM
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I use hickory chips for smoke. Unless you have a large grill and can cut the fire 'way down the meat will cook too fast and not be the meltingly tender pork of pulled pork. You could try smoking it on a grill with chips for a short time.
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