BTW, brethren, to make sure we honor the BBQ men and women that inspired this sauce, please let others know that it is called Shack Attack. Ol' Shack deserves a lot of the credit. It was his story that inspired the sauce recipe. In Virginia, a lot of former slaves that were freed at the end of the civil war made a living by cooking BBQ using the techniques they learned while enslaved. This sauce is a tribute to every one of them.
I want their stories told and I want them to get the credit they deserve for what they created cooking distinctly American BBQ. It was the contribution of thousands of nameless great BBQ cooks that had a great deal to do with what we all enjoy nowadays as BBQ.
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