SC Midlands BBQ Trail
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In the Midlands you’ll find both a mustard-style sauce, often thought of as South Carolina’s unofficial state sauce, and a light tomato sauce reminiscent of the vinegar and pepper sauce with ketchup added for a hint of sweetness.
100-Mile Barbecue: McCabe's Bar-B-Que in Manning
Even if McCabe’s didn’t have some of the best barbecue you’ve ever tasted, the rest of the food on the buffet would make it worth a 100-mile drive.Read More
100-Mile Barbecue: Hudson's Smokehouse in Lexington
There are plenty of delicious choices on the menu at Hudson’s Smokehouse, but it’s the award-winning barbecue that’s worth driving 100 miles for.Read More
Pit Master Profile: Ronnie Tommons of Ronnie's Ribs
Timmons’ signature sauce is an incredible, full-flavored blends of the vinegar and tomato-based sauce he was raised on and the mustard style sauce that’s popular in the Midlands.Read More
Dining in Florence Hits All the Right Spots
Florence’s barbecue houses are known for serving pit-cooked, whole-hog barbecue that’s distinctive to the Pee Dee area.Read More
Pit Master Profile: Robin Hudson of Hudson's Smokehouse
What started as a small, drive-through window has grown into a successful dine-in business with a reputation of being one of South Carolina’s go-to barbecue spots.Read More
Doc’s mouthwatering, authentic barbecue is complemented by their seasonal sides and Southern hospitality.Read More
Hushpuppies, fried chicken, mac and cheese and a mess of collard greens—Woodstone has it all, and some of Florence’s best barbecue.Read More