From left, Angel Castro, Michael Harmon, John Bennett and Javier Castro -- who together call themselves Palmetto Smokehouse -- pose with some of their savory barbecue creations in their cooker-equipped recreational vehicle.
From left, Angel Castro, Michael Harmon, John Bennett and Javier Castro -- who together call themselves Palmetto Smokehouse -- pose with some of their savory barbecue creations in their cooker-equipped recreational vehicle. Jay Karr/The Island Packet
From left, Angel Castro, Michael Harmon, John Bennett and Javier Castro -- who together call themselves Palmetto Smokehouse -- pose with some of their savory barbecue creations in their cooker-equipped recreational vehicle. Jay Karr/The Island Packet

Okatie resident becomes noted pit master after wins at SC barbecue competitions

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