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Eastern NC BBQ Sauce Recommendation

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Thread Starter 

First off....lemme put this out there that I'm in NO WAY affiliated with this "brand" outside of talking to the owners to rant about how much I love it...that being said..

 

I'm stuck in GA with no love locally for eastern style vinegar based bbq sauce...so my internet search found me this sauce.  I tried it, and it's "Oh my God/dess" good.  So, if you're ever having the "hankering" for this style and like me don't know how to make your own....may want to give this a shot.

 

The brand is "Delwood's BBQ Sauce" and is only available via mail order or local pickup (really wish he'd get some here...trying to help w/ that...it makes me miss home).

 

I'm almost out....bah...guess its time to order again lol.

post #2 of 9
Duly noted , thanks.
post #3 of 9

I recommend Scotts bbq sauce to peps who cannot make their own sauce and are out of state.  I know Krogers carries the sauce.

post #4 of 9

AMEN on the "Scotts" BBQ Sauce. Available at Food Lion and Lowes grocery in North Carolina. They have mild and hot flavors. We LOVE Hot!

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Thread Starter 

Finally tried Scott's.  It's decent...but not nearly as good as the Delwood's.  Scotts has more of that Western/Lexington NC flair (more tomato) than I like...

 

In other words, it's Western NC sauce and not Eastern.


Edited by GhostRed7 - 5/28/13 at 4:43am
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Hey Ghost, try the bbq joint on Peachtree ind , between Ashford dunwoody and

johnson ferry rd.. They have a very thin vinager sauce.  I just cant rember their name.

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Originally Posted by wudy View Post

Hey Ghost, try the bbq joint on Peachtree ind , between Ashford dunwoody and

johnson ferry rd.. They have a very thin vinager sauce.  I just cant rember their name.

Its called The Brick Pit...

 

I hope this doesnt violate the TOS...

 

  Craig

post #8 of 9
That's the one,a little different from most Ga bbq.
post #9 of 9

I dont know how long you have been around Brookhaven..I lived in Chambodia /Brookhaven for 30 years..

 

The Brick Pit was a very old family place..until a few years ago..

 

They sold it to some Asians..they havent changed a  thing as of the last time I was there..

 

If you want Great BBQ in Atlanta go to Community BBQ on Clairmont near Emory...

 

  Craig

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