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Unread 01-15-2013, 12:17 PM   #50
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Looks mighty fine! That's very similar to what I grew up on and still make. And yep, a lot of the old-timer Piedmont/western NC bbq cooks added a little bit of mustard to that same basic recipe you gave. It ain't just a SC thing. It's firmly entrenched in many of the NC regional styles, too. there isn't any "one official" NC bbq, but all NC regional styles are very similar in the end.
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