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Carolina style bbq or buffalo wings?

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BBq with a side of hush puppies, cole slaw , and a tall glass of sweet tea! ( bbq slaw not for me).

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I love smoked beef ribs with Carolina style sauce! Wings is just an appetizer.

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wings are just enough to piss you off.

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Since Smithfield was sold to a Chinese company for $7.1B, can it really be called "Carolina" anymore?

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T... This is a question?

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Since Smithfield was sold to a Chinese company for $7.1B, can it really be called "Carolina" anymore?

 

Thus why I find a butcher.
 

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Hmm, Carolina BBQ or Buffalo Wings... hard question OP...

 

Almost as difficult a question as asking if you would rather bang a hot 10/10 chick or her ugly friend.

 

 

Fucking BBQ of course.  C'mon man.

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What kind of BBQ?  Lexington style?  Eastern Carolina style?  Western Carolina style?  What kind of Buffalo wings?  Why not put Wecks up there?  I'd take a Weck over both.  But, all in all a garbage plate wins hands down over all of this.  Lexington style BBQ - if from the right place - is hard to match.  But, in Carolina you have East Coast Wings and Pizza Hutt - hard to really use those examples.

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The best BBQ I have ever found in this region is at a restaurant called Sticky Fingers in Myrtle Beach. Great ribs, chopped BBQ and wings. Order them all dry and choose your own sauce (I think there are six choices of sauce). Go there every time I'm in the redneck riviera. 

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Best BBQ I've had was in Lexington. Now I'm hungry.

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Bridge's in Shelby is my fave.  Dat red slaw

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don't care for BBQ slaw...cole all the way

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