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Fire at Scott's BBQ in Hemingway SC

LaLa Nov 27, 2013 12:38 PM

Fire at Scott's BBQ in Hemingway SC

  1. JayL Nov 29, 2013 10:24 AM

    Fires at traditional barbecue spots is not uncommon...that is why quite a few have secondary pits they can move to when they burn up the primary.

    I have no idea if Rodney has another brick pit to use, but he'll be fine with mobile pits if nothing else. The pig doesn't really care about its surroundings at that point...

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    1. re: JayL
      LaLa Nov 29, 2013 02:34 PM

      Fires are not uncommon anywhere. This is noteworthy because...well... it is Scott's.
      According to the article linked they have another pit.
      I linked the article because it was interesting and has pictures. I am sorry I wasn't clear on the severity of the fire ...again I assumed people would read the article if inclined....my bad.

      1. re: LaLa
        JayL Nov 29, 2013 04:29 PM

        I know a lot of people here like Scott's...I like the people and their methods too...not a fan of the sauce (but we've been down that road before...).

        It concerned me a lot more when the Skylight pit burned up, but they also had a backup until they rebuilt.

        I'm glad Rodney can continue on...we need more like him...

        1. re: JayL
          LaLa Nov 29, 2013 05:17 PM

          On that we will agree :)

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