[Sca-cooks] What constitutes modern food

H Westerlund-Davis yaini0625 at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 26 16:00:56 PST 2010

Yum! There used to be a hole in the wall deli/store on a strip of road between Leesville and Natchitoches LA that had the yummiest pulled pork and homemade BBQ sauce. The sauce was rich, tangy, not too sweet and complimented the smoked pork. She also had sweet potato fries. Always had sweet ice tea on hand. Totally got hooked on sweet tea from this place. I had never had it until then. 
How old is BBQ sauce? Origins?
Aelina the Saami


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My area? Pulled Pork, that has been smoked over hickory wood, with a light coating of a sweet, yet tangy Barbeque sauce. Sweet tea in the other hand....


> On Mon, 25 Jan 2010, Craig Daniel wrote: 

>> ...this raises an interesting question, probably worthy of a topic 
>> change - if you were going to make a meat pie inspired by flavors 
>> traditional to your (non-meat-pie-eating) area, what would it contain? 

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