Hot!North Carolina and Savannah Barbecue Tour, April 10-16, 2014

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Re:North Carolina and Savannah Barbecue Tour, April 10-16, 2014 2014/04/20 11:25:55 (permalink)
Great report David. Lots of good choices in Savannah. That sauce at Randy's is a copy of a long time favorite in Savannah.
http://johnnyharris.com/
Savannah folks love that type of sauce. At Randy's it seems to work best with his drumsticks. One cool thing about that location is that the stables for all the carriages that work the historic district are just down the street. Every morning you can watch the horses plodding uphill getting ready for a long day's work. Great report sir.
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Re:North Carolina and Savannah Barbecue Tour, April 10-16, 2014 2014/04/20 11:28:34 (permalink)
BTW. Johnny Harris is an icon in the area. All the old line Savannah people eat there,most more than once a week.
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Re:North Carolina and Savannah Barbecue Tour, April 10-16, 2014 2014/04/20 12:31:49 (permalink)
High praise indeed!
 
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Davidsanders: Your report was on par with BB and that is a compliment as BB does some very outstanding reports and so do you.

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Re:North Carolina and Savannah Barbecue Tour, April 10-16, 2014 2014/04/20 12:36:43 (permalink)
Living in Chicago, it's interesting to think that living in North Carolina you would want to, or need to, go to Florida for the winter. But I guess NC really does get winter. By the way, I grew up in Miami, but came to Chicago (Evanston) for college, 47 years ago. 
 
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Great report! After spending the winter in Florida, I have a week left before I get back to NC and the great BBQ! Lexington #1, BBQ Center, Little Richard's will be visited very soon.


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Re:North Carolina and Savannah Barbecue Tour, April 10-16, 2014 2014/04/20 12:40:02 (permalink)
Interesting. I really wondered about that sauce, and was incapable of really describing it.
 
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Great report David. Lots of good choices in Savannah. That sauce at Randy's is a copy of a long time favorite in Savannah.
http://johnnyharris.com/
Savannah folks love that type of sauce. At Randy's it seems to work best with his drumsticks. One cool thing about that location is that the stables for all the carriages that work the historic district are just down the street. Every morning you can watch the horses plodding uphill getting ready for a long day's work. Great report sir.


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Re:North Carolina and Savannah Barbecue Tour, April 10-16, 2014 2014/04/20 14:33:41 (permalink)
This was a very well done report.  The photographs were also tastefully composed.  I look forward to more trip reports by you.
 
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Re:North Carolina and Savannah Barbecue Tour, April 10-16, 2014 2014/04/20 20:28:59 (permalink)
What a great report!
 
A couple of corrections for McCall's in Goldsboro...they do not serve hash (that's a SC thing) & their banana pudding is not from a box (which is a shame if it tasted like it was). 
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Re:North Carolina and Savannah Barbecue Tour, April 10-16, 2014 2014/04/21 00:11:23 (permalink)
Thanks for letting me know. I made a correction in the post about McCall's. It's too bad about the banana pudding, because Lenore was really looking forward to it.
 
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What a great report!

A couple of corrections for McCall's in Goldsboro...they do not serve hash (that's a SC thing) & their banana pudding is not from a box (which is a shame if it tasted like it was). 


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Re:North Carolina and Savannah Barbecue Tour, April 10-16, 2014 2014/04/21 10:13:46 (permalink)
Yeah, I live way up in the mountains so winter is quite brutal. I left day before Thanksgiving to windchill of -2 and snow. I also have a seasonal job in NC and down here if Florida. Driving back Saturday, I always stop at Southern Soul BBQ on St. Simons in GA, another one you should give a try.
 
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Living in Chicago, it's interesting to think that living in North Carolina you would want to, or need to, go to Florida for the winter. But I guess NC really does get winter. By the way, I grew up in Miami, but came to Chicago (Evanston) for college, 47 years ago. 

Springjoey

Great report! After spending the winter in Florida, I have a week left before I get back to NC and the great BBQ! Lexington #1, BBQ Center, Little Richard's will be visited very soon.



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