Jim and Heather,
"Authentic recipes that go back generations along with recipes from some of SC's most popular pit masters have been assembled into this first-ever collection dedicated to SCBBQ. Amazing sauce, sides, meat, and hash recipes that you will find nowhere else and that will help take your BBQ to the next level."
Some of the Recipes You'll Find in each Section
Sauces and Rubs
Dukes-style mustard sauce, Eastern SC vinegar-pepper sauce, Honey Hickory tomato-based sauce, Alabama white sauce, even brisket Mojo sauce. Just a few of the over 20 delicious sauce recipes. Plus, we include 7 rub recipes from the likes of John Lewis and Home Team BBQ.
Yellow hash popular in the Midlands and Lowcountry, Red hash found in places like Sumter, and even the Beef hash that is common in the Upstate, we have recipes for hash like you will find at great SCBBQ restaurants like Dukes, Ward's, and Midway.
From whole hog to individual cuts like butts, shoulders and ribs, we have recipes for it all. Heck, we've even thrown in a few chicken recipes.
Collards, fried corn, pork rinds, coleslaw, beans with brisket, mac and cheese and much more. Sides help make the meal and we have recipes from Rodney Scott, Swig and Swine, John Lewis, and Price's, among others.
...but if I have to choose what I like most, then let’s say the recipes. Love to read all the recipes and take note of the different ingredients, but can’t beat Rodney Scotts’ vinegar and pepper mop sauce! Buy it. I did, and I am going to use it. I love all things BBQ.
The history was very interesting. I also liked having one place with so many recipes. This is a convenient source for all questions about how to prepare BBQ and the sides. You both did a wonderful job!
The purchasing process went flawlessly, and I got my link almost immediately. I love the book! Thank you for all your hard work. I look forward to future editions. I am an active member of SCBA, SBN, GBA, KCBS, and the SCA. I judge and marshal many events. I found the book both informative and useful. I plan to try most, if not all the recipes therein.
As a former SC resident, the thing I liked most was the hash recipes.
As unique as hash is to SC, I've been amazed that hardly any SC recipe books have a hash recipe. Then it's the regional BBQ and hash along with the stories about different families/cooks, etc
If you're really a fan, this is a must have. Most people judge BBQ by whatever kind of BBQ they grew up on. If you want to broaden your BBQ horizon, this is a good place to start, along with knowing the history behind the different kinds of BBQ in SC.
It's definitely worth the price if you like to cook BBQ or read about it.
The SC recipes were what I liked most about the cookbook. True SC Bar-b-que.
It is a great SC cookbook, and it will continue to grow. I’d like to see a bar-b-que chicken recipe that is made with basting with some kind of vinegar. I’ve had this kind of chicken but don’t know how they make it.
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An amazing collection of #SCBBQ recipes. Sauces, hash, meats and sides from old family recipes and pit masters like John Lewis, Rodney Scott and restaurants like Bessinger's, Price's, Home Team and more. Love SCBBQ? Check it out now!