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gulfcoastguy
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One of the bbq places featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' bbq show was: The Shed, in none other than....Ocean Springs, MS --- where you be!

Ever been?


It's about an 8 minute drive from my house and a 3 minute drive from my office. I've taken business guests there often. Sadly the only compliant thing is the beer which I'm prevented from imbibing during working hours. For anybody who wants to go there there is live blues music on weekend nights and a blues festival in September. Their bbq sauce  doesn't have HFCS in it and  is made locally. Also they do offer bbq beef brisket though the majority of items are pork and chicken. It is called the Shed because it is literally a Shed constructed and decorated by dumpster diving. It is tradition for nonlocal guests to write comments or sayings and autographs on a dollar bill and staple them to the wall or roof.
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IMO the beef brisket looks fantastic.
I'd be all over it if I were down your way.  
Even the house salad dressing is made in the smoker - would love to try it.
Yeah, the website shows all kinds of music events.

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Do you talk like those folks?
Never did ask that.
So cool! Love that twang!


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Quoted from san j
IMO the beef brisket looks fantastic.
I'd be all over it if I were down your way.  
Even the house salad dressing is made in the smoker - would love to try it.
Yeah, the website shows all kinds of music events.

...

...um...
Do you talk like those folks?
Never did ask that.
So cool! Love that twang!


Not so much till I was an adult. But then I started in the road construction industry and had to talk in a way that they could understand. So it's a matter of environment for me, I switch back and forth. With contractors I have a moderate drawl and profanity as needed, in the court room my voice and vocabulary drastically improve. The Shed's owner kind of hams it up for the camera though. Locals frequently do that for tourists even though the coast  has temporary or permanent immigrants from all over the world. It is very advantagous to be under estimated in business. We have several military bases, NASA, ect. If you want a real thick accent you go north to the area around our state capital.
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