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August 16, 20085.0
I have had the good fortune of being born to one of the prevalent founding (Beam) families of Shelby. Unfortunately, I only get a chance to visit Shelby during family reunions. For that reason alone, I have had the good fortune of coming across one of the hidden secrets of the Kings Mountain Realm.
You are just going to have to trust me on this one! Bridges barbeque is legendary. I am not sure whether it is the sauce, or the red slaw – or possibly both, but the two together are inextricably the best flavor in barbeque! For the record, I come from Columbia, SC – where mustard and ketchup based barbeque are king. I have also lived in Texas – home of the brisket.
I would suggest that you get the sliced (not chopped) variety.
By the way, if you want a real testament, my kids loved the barbeque sandwiches. Since I alos love them, we are having to ration portions in my household.
August 6, 20085.0
I love the food at this restaurant. The barbecue is served with a tangy vinegar-based sauce and red slaw that is also tangy and just a little bit hot. The hush puppies are fresh and crispy. Mmmm!
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