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    #16
    Originally posted by SmokingPat View Post
    Welcome to the Pit from California.

    I live in a state that has has only one style of barbecue ('Santa Maria Style'), but it's never called 'California Barbecue'. So I'm fascinated at the Carolinas that claim 4 flavors of barbecue!
    When it comes to BBQ, SC is divided into four regions which were somewhat defined by the type of sauce served historically in those areas. It is not as clean-cut as the map implies, and certainly today, you're able to find 4-plus sauces around the state.

    Here is how it sort of breaks down:

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      I've made vinegar-pepper sauce and mustard sauce. But I'm unclear about light tomato & heavy tomato. Do you know of representative recipes online? Is 'heavy tomato' the same as 'KC Style'?

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      Welcome to The Pit.

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        #19
        Welcome from Western Massachusetts.

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          #20
          Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!

          Lookin forward to learnin along with, an from ya!

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            Welcome from Wisconsin. Glad you could join us!

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              #22
              Welcome to the Pit from Dallas, Texas! Our daughter has lived in Columbia for the last 20 years, so I have had a fare share of South Carolina BBQ. I have had some good BBQ, but am yet to warm up to the hash.

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