Brian Rich, left, and Mark Cieslikowski prepare their hog during a recent barbecue competition. Their Tega Cay team, Q-2-U, won the South Carolina Barbecue Association master competition last year. The team will vie for Come-See-Me barbecue cookoff honors on Saturday.
Brian Rich, left, and Mark Cieslikowski prepare their hog during a recent barbecue competition. Their Tega Cay team, Q-2-U, won the South Carolina Barbecue Association master competition last year. The team will vie for Come-See-Me barbecue cookoff honors on Saturday.
Brian Rich, left, and Mark Cieslikowski prepare their hog during a recent barbecue competition. Their Tega Cay team, Q-2-U, won the South Carolina Barbecue Association master competition last year. The team will vie for Come-See-Me barbecue cookoff honors on Saturday.

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