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It's not bad, it's not Red Hot & Blue, but it's not bad. Neely's is the best, but Memphis is a long drive for dinner, even with the fried pickles

The pulled pork sandwiches are huge


Try Red Hot & Blue and see if you don't like it better. Hint get the meat prepared with the dry rub and add sauce at the table, if you think you need it.
 

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QUOTE(Big Dog @ Jul 27 2009, 09:43 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>It's not bad, it's not Red Hot & Blue, but it's not bad. Neely's is the best, but Memphis is a long drive for dinner, even with the fried pickles

The pulled pork sandwiches are huge


Try Red Hot & Blue and see if you don't like it better. Hint get the meat prepared with the dry rub and add sauce at the table, if you think you need it.

I love Red Hot & blue, but I thought they closed, or at least the one in Novi did. Dry rub is the bomb!
 

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QUOTE(Bugsy Seagull @ Jul 27 2009, 09:59 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>QUOTE(Big Dog @ Jul 27 2009, 09:43 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>It's not bad, it's not Red Hot & Blue, but it's not bad. Neely's is the best, but Memphis is a long drive for dinner, even with the fried pickles

The pulled pork sandwiches are huge


Try Red Hot & Blue and see if you don't like it better. Hint get the meat prepared with the dry rub and add sauce at the table, if you think you need it.

I love Red Hot & blue, but I thought they closed, or at least the one in Novi did. Dry rub is the bomb!


I'm not familar with the one in Novi, but Sterling Heights is open. It's on Van ****, just a bit north of 14 Mile Rd.
Oh so good
 

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Yep Novi closed a while ago. One on Van **** is still there.

I didnt like RH&B for a long time but have grown to really like it!!

Famous Daves was pretty good too the one time I was there.
 

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Have you ever eaten at a Smoky Bones? I loved their sauce. The one somewhat near us (30 minutes away) closed down, and I'm in search of another good one.
 

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QUOTE(Chefnutz @ Jul 27 2009, 10:11 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>QUOTE(Grapes @ Jul 27 2009, 10:09 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Have you ever eaten at a Smoky Bones? I loved their sauce. The one somewhat near us (30 minutes away) closed down, and I'm in search of another good one.

there are tons of great places in tenesee and kentucky!!!


Road trip to Memphis, anyone???
 

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QUOTE(Chefnutz @ Jul 27 2009, 10:11 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>QUOTE(Grapes @ Jul 27 2009, 10:09 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Have you ever eaten at a Smoky Bones? I loved their sauce. The one somewhat near us (30 minutes away) closed down, and I'm in search of another good one.

there are tons of great places in tenesee and kentucky!!!


oh believe me, I didn't get this size by not trying all that I could find.

Most of our family vacations revolve around food for me.
You want a good one Chef, next time your at Cabelas, when you are leaving drive into town, and right after the railraod tracks, there is a smokehouse restaurant on the southside. I forgot the name, but dream of the flavor every night.
 

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QUOTE(Chefnutz @ Jul 27 2009, 10:18 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>QUOTE(Pornodave @ Jul 27 2009, 10:16 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>My favorite BBQ:
http://www.bessingersbbq.com/home/default.aspx

It's in Charleston, SC.

Love the SC style sauce!!!

What do they do to it?? Up here it is tomato, sugar and vinegar.

I like to add fruits to mine when I make it.

I put mustard in mine when I make my SC style sauce. Laura and the boys likes it better than the store bought stuff
 

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QUOTE(Chefnutz @ Jul 27 2009, 10:18 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>QUOTE(Pornodave @ Jul 27 2009, 10:16 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>My favorite BBQ:
http://www.bessingersbbq.com/home/default.aspx

It's in Charleston, SC.

Love the SC style sauce!!!

What do they do to it?? Up here it is tomato, sugar and vinegar.

I like to add fruits to mine when I make it.


Mustard and vinegar.

I'm not the only one that likes them apparently:

Bessinger's Receives Top Honor from National Barbecue News

CHARLESTON, S.C. -Bessinger's Barbeque, a renowned Charleston restaurant celebrating its 60th anniversary of serving up mouth-watering barbeque, has been named number one barbeque restaurant by National Barbecue News, a monthly publication that is dedicated to the sport and recreation of barbecue.

Michael Bessinger, co-owner of the famed Charleston restaurant, submitted their barbeque sauce in a sauce contest and instead was rewarded the prestigious honor of being named overall best restaurant. "We're so proud to be celebrating 60 years of great barbeque and great customers in the Lowcountry, and this is the best birthday present we could ask for," said Bessinger.

National Barbecue News, based in Douglas, Ga. aims to introduce people to barbecue and also keep the barbecue enthusiast informed as to changes and happenings in the barbecue world.

A Charleston tradition since 1946, Bessinger's Barbeque, 1602 Savannah Highway, serves Southern-style barbeque, sandwiches and sides made with the highest quality ingredients. The restaurant, in its third generation of ownership by the Bessinger family, offers both a buffet-style restaurant and a more traditional "good food fast" setting. A favorite of locals and tourists alike, Bessinger's is known for its doughnut-style onion rings and golden barbeque sauce, both given rave reviews by Southern Living magazine. For more information, visit www.bessingersbbq.com.
 
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