DIY Barbecue Bar

Throw a Southern-style party with pulled turkey and the works.

By: Food Network Magazine

Start the slow-cooker pulled turkey in the morning—it’ll be perfect by game time. Then serve it with two kinds of barbecue sauce, some slaw and store-bought rolls and cornbread. Buy a jar of your favorite pickles to add to the spread, or make a batch of quick pickles. And don’t forget to put out hot sauce for the heat seekers!

The Starting Line-Up (Clockwise from bottom left):

Extra Fixings:

  • Bread-and-butter pickles
  • Hot sauce
  • Yellow mustard
  • Potato chips Cornbread
  • Slider buns
  • Chopped sweet onions

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