South Carolina: Deep or Just in the Name?


#1

Continuing the discussion from Deep South Strats Meet Up!:

I dunno, this survey leads me to believe otherwise. Obviously this isn’t necessarily representative of the entire state (or it’s population), but it makes you think…


#2

Ive lot brain cells after reading that…


#3

We were the first to secede from the union prior to the Civil War. LAST YEAR we finally removed the confederate flag from the State House. There is a Dixie Confederate Store walking distance from my apartment. There’s also a restaurant downtown that only serves fried food. We also make beer butt chicken better than anybody ever.

So yeah.


#4

what is beer butt chicken?


#5

If I’m not mistaken it’s the same as beer can chicken. You basically cook the chicken with a can of bear inserted in it. Here are two recipes:

Beer Can Chicken:

Beer Butt Chicken:
http://whatscookingamerica.net/Poultry/BeerButtChicken.htm


#6

I’d take a lot of what Think Progress says with a grain of salt lol.

But I’m from NC originally and I consider the Carolinas just south. When I think deep South it’s Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana.


#7

I take a lot of things with a grain of salt, but it’s worth noting they just wrote the article; they aren’t responsible for the survey (conducted by Public Policy Polling) Which may or may not be reliable as well :wink:


#8

Funny story: Boyfriend interned there and wrote part of that survey haha.


#9

When small world syndrome strikes: