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Old 11-18-2013, 07:40 PM   #1
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Here's a plate of ribs and chopped barbecue from Lancaster's in Mooresville where I live on Saturday...
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Never heard of it. Where's it located and how is it? It looks good.
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When you say Chopped BBQ, oh wait, you are in North Carolina now, it has to be pork.
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We were just in Mooresville about a month ago. Got family there. Don't know anything about that place. Tell me! :)
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Old 11-19-2013, 05:57 PM   #5
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Never heard of it. Where's it located and how is it? It looks good.

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We were just in Mooresville about a month ago. Got family there. Don't know anything about that place. Tell me! :)

This location is about 1-2 miles east of Exit 36 (150)... on a side road. I think they've been around since the mid '80's... started small and now is quite big... They have a second location in Huntersville.

They say eastern style... which I'm assuming meant that the chopped BBQ is cooked from the whole hog... I was with my daughter so I didn't get to ask. The ribs were a bit overdone but they were good. Typical sauced ribs.

Smoke flavor was difficult to detect, but not knowing how they are cooked I am not judging.

I'd go back... I enjoyed this a lot more than Mac's Speed Shop as the only two places within 10 miles of me. Mac's was not worth going back for BBQ...

My plan is to venture a lot further to try out the places in other towns I've read about, including Lexington but also willing to go off the beaten path....
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When you say Chopped BBQ, oh wait, you are in North Carolina now, it has to be pork.
Of course! Around here the definition of BBQ is: "Pork, cooked over wood coals, chopped, and enhanced with sauce."
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