SOUTHERN GAL

Roanoke, VA

#1 Jun 18, 2012
Does anyone have the barbeque chicken recipe that was sold in the old farmers market on Ritchie Highway ...It was about 30 plus years ago...Thanks You'all....
Bunky

Cornelius, NC

#2 Feb 8, 2013
SOUTHERN GAL wrote:
Does anyone have the barbeque chicken recipe that was sold in the old farmers market on Ritchie Highway ...It was about 30 plus years ago...Thanks You'all....
I have been looking for years. Best stuff ever. Sould have been a retaurant chain.
linda

United States

#3 Apr 1, 2013
Bunky wrote:
<quoted text> I have been looking for years. Best stuff ever. Sould have been a retaurant chain.
i have been looking for that recipe for years if u ever find it
please send it to me thank you
Stacey

Baltimore, MD

#4 May 16, 2013
I've been searching for it too! Please keep me posted if you find it :)
Michele

Severna Park, MD

#5 May 23, 2013
I'm looking for it too. We should start a business with it if we ever find it!
Laurie R

Randallstown, MD

#6 Jul 28, 2013
I am looking for this also. I used to drive an hour just to get.
Fred

Fairfax, VA

#7 Jan 15, 2014
Shut the front door! Hands down that was the best bbq chicken ever! Back in the 1960-70's dad would buy two buckets. Yes, a plastic bucket with a cut-up rotisserie chicken in the thin/watery bbq sauce which would wick up into the each piece. The guy would get pissed at the lady for putting in to much bbq sauce. You could drink the sauce it tasted soo good. I have searched for years on any information, recipe, etc; old time newspapers, internet, etc. That sauce would make killer pork; ribs, pulled, etc. Glad to find other people appreciated this bbq sauce.
Bmore Chica

Baltimore, MD

#8 Feb 14, 2014
We used to go there every Sunday after church! That BBQ chicken was amazing! Dad said the owner was Italian. My mom talked to him once for a long time about how she wanted to open up a BBQ chicken stand. He was so nice, he gave her a free chicken! One of my favorite memories from my childhood in Glen Burnie is that farmers market barbecue chicken! Mmmmmmm! Fred from Silver Spring described it perfectly! We need to find the family that owned that place! There should be a shrine in their honor!
mary

Mullica Hill, NJ

#9 Apr 9, 2014
After it was gone. A place opened in Brooklyn Park that had the same chicken. I think it was Arundel Chicken. They didn't last long.
I saw someone wrote to the sunpapers recipe finder for it. I am hoping and waiting.
Binky

Denton, MD

#10 Apr 25, 2014
I remember this also.

It was definitely a vinegar based BBQ.

My father swears that he mixed it 5 gallon bucket and that he once saw on the side of one of the buckets South Carolina.

Could the old guy that "made" the BBQ have pulled the wool over everyone's eyes and it was actually a S.C. BBQ that he had imported??

Just an idea. Does anyone KNOW for sure that he made it himself?
Danielle

Glen Burnie, MD

#11 May 5, 2014
I am also in search for this recipe!! Please share if anyone comes across it!!
BBQ guy

Baltimore, MD

#12 Jun 10, 2014
If anyone is game, try this.
Roast whole chicken with just a drizzle of oil and salt/pepper until almost falling off the bone tender.(80min-2hrs @350 degrees depending on the size) Let rest for 20 min, cut into pieces, place in bucket,cover with Scotts bbq sauce.( www.scottsbarbecuesauce.com ) It's the same thin-bodied vinegar based sauce from carolina I believe they used. Put lid on for at least 15min, the chicken will continue to steam through. There was usually 1/2 inch of sauce at the bottom and you could drink it! Good Luck!
Fred

Fairfax, VA

#14 Jul 13, 2014
I ordered BBQ Guys recommended bbq sauce. I rotisserie grilled a whole chicken two hours while mopping each 15-20 minutes with sauce, after cooking I then cut into pieces and placed into a white plastic bucket, poured bbq sauce over chicken into bucket, waited 30 minutes,(is your mouth watering, ha!) then I dug-in.
This is definitely a Carolina vinegar base red sauce, spicy, hot (owners wife told me not to shake jug to reduce the amount of heat, seems this would also reduced the other spices), thin viscosity allowed sauce to wick up into chicken meat. It’s a good tasting vinegar base bbq sauce. With no sugars this sauce does not burn during cooking. Also this vinegar sauce is great on grilled potato slices.
In my memory the Glen Burnie bbq sauce as not having vinegar taste, possibly a very little taste. I’m remembering the sauce as red color, viscosity thin (allow wicking up into meat), spices (not a lot of heat) with tiny bit of sweetness.
Let me know your remembrance of the sauce taste.
tracy

Washington, DC

#15 Aug 18, 2014
My mom told me it was owned by William Balistreri. Would love to have the recipe.
Diana

United States

#16 Oct 1, 2014
If anyone ever come across the receipe and or a restaurant thats even close to this flavor... plz share wirh us...
Tay

Arlington, TX

#17 Jun 26, 2016
I thought I was only one, who remembers the white bucket of chicken. That was the best Bar B Que in the world

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