Scott's Bar-B-Que

Scott's Bar-B-Que
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By Parabellum @ 2011-02-10 12:26:18
Scott's Bar-B-Que was founded in 1972 by Ella and Roosevelt "Rosie" Scott in Hemingway, SC. Rosie's uncle taught him the downhome technique of slow cooking whole hogs over a wood-burning pit. The community just couldn't get enough of Rosie's barbecue. After hand crafting his own barbecue pits, Rosie Scott has spent all of his adult life serving some of the best barbecue the Carolinas have to offer.
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@ 2011-04-19 14:56:24
"I took my styrofoam tray across the street, where a few picnic tables act as placemats. Flipping open the lid, the unmitigated scent of pork leaped out, heightening my senses as much as the stinging bites from fire ants that had crawled up my leg to demand a taste.

If these ants had learned to fight for barbecue, I had the Scotts to blame—their whole hog was nothing short of perfect. Apportioned in moist chunks and tender strands with chewy bits throughout, the barbecue here was as good as any I'd ever had. The natural sweetness of pork was tempered with just a bit of meaty funk. A double kick of dry seasoning brought my tastebuds into focus. Underneath it all was a deep, smoky undertone from the homemade wood coals used to cook Scott's hogs."