Tuesday, March 8, 2016

A Brief History of Barbecue-- Part 4: Scott's Breaks the Color Barrier

1922--  Bobby melton of Rocky Mount opens the first sit-down barbecue restaurant in North Carolina, which begins as a shed on the Tar River.

1933--  Adam Scott, a black minister from Goldsboro, sells barbecue from the back door of his home.  He

1938--  Warner Stamey buys a  restaurant in Lexington and becomes a legend.

You can still buy Scott's sauce and his joint is open on the weekends and hasn't changed much since the 1950s.

Cuin' Down.  --RoadCue


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