• Pitmaster Rodney Scott on the Most Important Part of Any Backyard BBQ

    1 month ago - By Williams Sonoma

    Charleston locals lucky enough to ride by the original location of Rodney Scott's BBQ on any given morning can smell whole hogs being slowly cooked in the smokehouse just as the sun is rising. The aroma is a part of Scott's signature approach - each pig cooks for twelve or more hours, right on-site and over real wood. The schedule requires pulling cooked pork off the smokers throughout the day so each customer, from lunch to dinner, is tasting fresh barbecue.
    Scott's whole hog barbecue is legendary. All remaining photos: Jerrelle Guy
    Scott's restaurant is so beloved that he has two more...
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