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SC BBQ Recipes: Going Whole Hog

Collection of authentic SC BBQ sauces, meats, hash, and sides

  • Old Family Recipes: Great reader-submitted recipes that have been in their family’s for generations. Read their stories and try their recipes.
  • Helpful Pitmasters’ Secrets: Recipes and techniques from some of SC’s most respected pitmasters, including John Lewis, Rodney Scott, and more.
  • Great SC BBQ Restaurants: Recipes from the good folks at Bessinger’s, Bullies, Cherrywood, Lewis, Price’s, Rodney Scott’s, Swig and Swine, and more.
  • Whole Hog BBQ, Pit Building, and More: SCBBQ history, whole hog bbq principles, cinder block pit building plans, and much more included.

“Authentic recipes that go back generations along with recipes from some of SC’s most popular pitmasters 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.”

— James Roller
SC BBQ Cookbook Cover
SCBBQ Cookbook Cover

Sample 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.

SC BBQ Hash

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.

Meats

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.

Sides and Desserts

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.

Quick Look

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What Folks are Saying


Stays True to SC BBQ

I love the variety and authenticity of the recipes. It stays true to SC BBQ.

It’s a great handbook to start making your own bbq at home.

If you're on the fence about purchasing just know the people behind the cookbook are always looking to add to the book and have a sneak peek into some secrets of SC BBQ. The Birth Place of BBQ. Help the writers continue with such an awesome adventure with a purchase and make some good food to share with others.


Richard Lockwood

This is a Must Have!

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.


Joseph Kanagy

Love the Local Flavor

The local "flavor"and the variety covered is what I liked most about the cookbook. It's a great collection of SC BBQ recipes that are necessary for any of us backyard smokers.

If you're on the fence, just know it's affordable...and be sure to get the lifetime updates.


Brandon Cox

Would Definitely Recommend It

SC restaurants and recipes. I grew up in Batesburg but judged BBQ contests in TN, MS, MO, etc. Actually made the Food Channel...not cooking skills, but judged MIM finals in 99, which was on TV...Big Bob Gibson won. Guess what I'm saying is the book is well done and the Holly Hill update very informative...keep it up.

Even though I prefer a paper book, I would definitely recommend it and, in fact, already have.

Give it a try... definitely worth it if interested in SC BBQ...filled a void in my BBQ library which is fairly extensive...


David R Watson

Interesting Reading

This cookbook was interesting reading on facts If you want to know more about regional BBQ, buy it. Worth the price. I prefer mustard sauces, make my own and always looking for ideas to make it better. However, I'm not sold on that BBQ was invented in SC.


Russell Harper

You will appreciate the detail in this book!

A variety of recipes from so many good sources. If you are a fan of SCBBQ, then you will appreciate the detail in this book! It is a good primer on SCBBQ....worth reading if you like the intricacies of very good BBQ....great hash recipes! I'm looking forward to any updates.


Wiley Adams

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