9-12 pound Turkey Roast (white/dark)
4 oz seasoned salt
1 and 1/2 pints of Worcestershire Sauce
Season the turkey roast generously with seasoned salt. Lightly massage seasoning into Turkey Roast. Put in a large pan and pour Worcestershire sauce over roast and marinate overnight.
Cook on a grill or smoker at a regulated temperature of 275 degrees for 4 1/2 hours.
Pull turkey roast and serve on your favorite bun. Top with coleslaw and Saucy Q BBQ sauce and enjoy!
Saucy Q BBQ
1111 Government St.
(251) 433-7427 Phone
(251) 433-7428 Fax
Thurs-Sat 7 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Sunday 12p.m.-6 p.m.
About the Hog Wild Festival:
UCP's 12th Annual BBQ Championship and Hog Wild Festival is March 8-9, 2013. It will be held at the Greater Gulf State Fairgrounds on Cody Road in Mobile. Weekend Passes are $12. Kids 5 to 12 are only $5. Kids under 5 are FREE! All proceeds benefit United Cerebral Palsy.
Saucy Q is donating 500 Pulled Pork BBQ sandwiches, so the first 500 ticket holders through the gates Friday, March 8th will get a free sandwich. There will be a huge kids area, vendors, teams, and more. Saturday free BBQ samples during People's Choice from 11-2 while supplies last. On Saturday we are having a car show and motorcycle show. Registration for both begins at 8 am so bring your vehicles out to join us!
BBQ Pitmasters television show will be here in Mobile all weekend filming at our BBQ!
About the Restaurant:
Spicy as its name applies, Saucy Q is owned by barbecue aficionado, Elbert Wingfield, an Alabama native. Elbert says when he started this business his family--Jacquelyn, Jarret, and Darnell--had three things in mind as to what a customer wants: GOOD SERVICE, A GOOD ATTITUDE and GOOD FOOD, and we provide all three of these aspects and more.
We love our customers; they are the reason we enjoy making THE BEST BARBECUE in ALABAMA. When we started this business in 1990, we started at the Fleamarket on Airport Boulevard and Cody Road, and we had a big Barbecue cookout to send the troops off to Desert Storm; everyone loved our Barbecue. I got the opportunity to go to Florida and open a restaurant at the Blue Horizon Hotel, that's where the Saucy Q name took root.
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