Photos from 2010 BBQ

Turning the butts and shoulders

Turning the butts and shoulders

Step in the process

Step in the process

Behind the scenes

Behind the scenes

Seasoning the pork

Seasoning the pork

Packaging for the take-out lines

Packaging for the take-out lines

Our oldest member, Mr. George

Our oldest member, Mr. George

Behind the scenes at the BBQ

Behind the scenes at the BBQ

Two-tons of vinegar-based Cole slaw

Two-tons of vinegar-based Cole slaw

It takes a lot of cabbage to create 2 tons of slaw

It takes a lot of cabbage to create 2 tons of slaw

Beginning the Cole Slaw preparation

Beginning the Cole Slaw preparation

Brunswick Stew

Brunswick Stew

Behind the scenes at the BBQ

Behind the scenes at the BBQ

Many steps from pig to barbecue

Many steps from pig to barbecue

The volunteers eat well on preparation days

The volunteers eat well on preparation days

Mr. George (age 100) takes a break

Mr. George (age 100) takes a break

Stirring the stew

Stirring the stew

Rev. Brant Piper at the paddle!

Rev. Brant Piper at the paddle!

MCPC is famous for the Brunswick Stew

MCPC is famous for the Brunswick Stew

Behind the scenes of the BBQ

Behind the scenes of the BBQ

Brunswick Stew is prepared for take-out

Brunswick Stew is prepared for take-out

Brunswick Stew is prepared

Brunswick Stew is prepared

Famous Brunswick Stew

Famous Brunswick Stew

It takes a lot of muscle to create 2500 gallons of Brunswick Stew!

It takes a lot of muscle to create 2500 gallons of Brunswick Stew!

Photo ops for all!

Photo ops for all!

The 2010 Mallard Creek BBQ Pig

The 2010 Mallard Creek BBQ Pig

Great opportunity to meet candidates

Great opportunity to meet candidates

Sandwiches include barbecue and slaw on a bun

Sandwiches include barbecue and slaw on a bun

Plates are prepared for our guests who use the take-out lines

Plates are prepared for our guests who use the take-out lines

Barbecue is heated to just the right temperature!

Barbecue is heated to just the right temperature!

At the drink stand guests may purchase diet and regular colas

At the drink stand guests may purchase diet and regular colas

2010 Barbecue

2010 Barbecue

Volunteers strive to make our guests feel welcome

Volunteers strive to make our guests feel welcome

Guests enjoy eating "on the grounds"

Guests enjoy eating "on the grounds"

Come enjoy the day with us!

Come enjoy the day with us!

Volunteers gather for prayer early in the day

Volunteers gather for prayer early in the day

Four take-out lines for our guests convenience!

Four take-out lines for our guests convenience!

  • Turning the butts and shoulders
  • Step in the process
  • Behind the scenes
  • Seasoning the pork
  • Packaging for the take-out lines
  • Our oldest member, Mr. George
  • Behind the scenes at the BBQ
  • Two-tons of vinegar-based Cole slaw
  • It takes a lot of cabbage to create 2 tons of slaw
  • Beginning the Cole Slaw preparation
  • Brunswick Stew
  • Behind the scenes at the BBQ
  • Many steps from pig to barbecue
  • The volunteers eat well on preparation days
  • Mr. George (age 100) takes a break
  • Stirring the stew
  • Rev. Brant Piper at the paddle!
  • MCPC is famous for the Brunswick Stew
  • Behind the scenes of the BBQ
  • Brunswick Stew is prepared for take-out
  • Brunswick Stew is prepared
  • Famous Brunswick Stew
  • It takes a lot of muscle to create 2500 gallons of Brunswick Stew!
  • Photo ops for all!
  • The 2010 Mallard Creek BBQ Pig
  • Great opportunity to meet candidates
  • Sandwiches include barbecue and slaw on a bun
  • Plates are prepared for our guests who use the take-out lines
  • Barbecue is heated to just the right temperature!
  • At the drink stand guests may purchase diet and regular colas
  • 2010 Barbecue
  • Volunteers strive to make our guests feel welcome
  • Guests enjoy eating "on the grounds"
  • Come enjoy the day with us!
  • Volunteers gather for prayer early in the day
  • Four take-out lines for our guests convenience!

4 thoughts on “Photos from 2010 BBQ

  1. Hey:) we are first timers to this wonderfull event .We would like to know if we need to purchase advanced tickets? If so were and how much are the tickets?Can’t wait to enjoy some blessed BBQ!!!! Thank You. New to the area.Tom & Andrea Parker. PEACE.

  2. Andrea,
    Thank you for your interest in our church’s annual fall barbque. This is our 82nd year!
    You don’t have to purchase advance tickets as they are available at the bbq. We offer both plates (with bbq, slaw, applesauce & brunswick stew) or single sandwiches.
    The cost of a plate is $9.00 each. Sandwiches are $3.00 each. Coffee is provided (if you want) and soft drinks are $1.00 each. Don’t miss the ice cream sandwiches or NuttyBuddy’s also for sale!

    We look forward to see you there!

    Ann Carroll,
    BBQ Committee Member
    (see me at the sandwich stand!)

  3. Hey, This is my first year in Charlotte and i have heard great things about the Mallard Creek BBQ though some friends! I just don’t have a lot of information about it. I work at Sunrise Senior Living ( an assisted living/ memory care unit) i was thinking of taking my residents here but i’m not sure if its safe. Is it handicapped accessible? Is there a way to reserve a table for a certain time so they wouldn’t have to wait around or stand up? Do you accept credit cards?
    -ANDREA L.

    • Andrea, we do have handicap parking but no concrete or pavement…
      Except for 11A-130P seating shouldn’t be an issue.
      We do accept credit cards.
      I hope we’ll see you on Thursday, October 25.

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