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v r i Page 14 - The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan, N.Y., August 22,1990 Barbecue baron invades North In the South, barbecue is a way of life. Barbecue joints in the South are as prolific as burger restaurants in the North. “I was raised on barbecue,\ ex­ plained Dan Bailey. “Daddy would bring it home in an eight-pack. Momma nursed me on a sauce cal­ led Sottled Inferno,' and I cut my teeth on a rib bone. “Needless to say, when I m i^ated to the North, I was as­ tonished to find no real barbecue joints. Sure, there were rib res­ taurants that served some kind of sweet, tomato-based barbecue counterfeit — but it wasn’t real barbecue. “Shocked, I felt pity for these poor Yankees that had been deprived of this necessary nourishment. You could see they were missing something in their diets. There was something about their blank faces, their hollow eyes. The only conclusion was that Yankees were not getting their minimum daily requirement of real barbecue. “Real barbecue is the fiber that will bind this entire nation,” Bailey continued. “Bringing real barbecue to the North will eliminate national crime, reduce the national trade deficit and bring world peace. Gary Pinneo is right, ‘Countries that don’t eat pigs are frought with turmoil.’ “It was then I realized my pur­ pose of life. I had to become a mis­ sionary of sorts, and bring bar­ becue to the North. When Momma heard of my calling she ad­ monished me, ‘Dan, maybe Yankees weren’t meant to have real barbecue. If you’re not care­ ful, you may end up like John the Baptist with your head on a plat­ ter.’ “But with reckless abandon I disregarded her words and plun­ ged into my project,\ he con­ tinued. “I set out on an odyssey to the South to find the perfect barbecue — one which properly melded the ingredients, and had the right combination of taste, texture and consistency. I stopped at every barbecue joint, eating barbecue for breakast, brunch, lunch, after­ noon tea, dinner, dessert, mid­ night snack and in my sleep. Then I found it! The perfect barbecue to bring back for the starving masses ofYankees! “Now 1 had to re-educate, re­ program and brainwash the Yankees to understand barbecue nirvana. It was not going to be an easy task. I took a group of inter- - i - f e i n r ^ Dan’s Chuck Wa^on, a ‘*real” barbecue joint, has opened at 1040 East Keuka Lake Road, Route 54, between Penn Yan and Hanunondsport. It is open daily from 11 a.m. (Photo by Loree MacKerchar) Yates County Tomorrow Carroll joins committee PENN YAN — Gloria Carroll, assistant superintendent of the Penn Yan Central School District, has accepted an invitation to join the Yates County Tbrnorrow Committee, a group of business and community leaders dedicated to enhancing the quality of life and work in Yates County. A Penn Yan native, Carroll has served the school district for the past 15 years in several teaching and administrative capacities. “Gloria Carroll brings Yates GLORIA CARROLL H i m r o d Jane Hungerfc»d 243-7247 There will be a work party at the church on Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 10 a.m. All help will be ap­ preciated. A special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Schoonover, the Garys, all the LaBarrs, Mrs. John Ovens, Edna Jayne, Howard and Lucy Covert, Arminta Davis, Ruth Smith and all others who helped and donated for the Himrod Yard Sale. A special thanks to the Him­ rod Conservation Club. Sunday, Aug. 26, Sam Sedam will have the 7:35 a.m. Dundee Area Council of Churches program on WFLR radio. His topic will be “Who Is God?” County 'Ibmorrow a vital perspec­ tive and an area of expertise,” said Steve Marchionda, the group’s chairman. “'The quality of education is a critical component of our county both now and in the future, so her experience and dedication will be an important addition to our overall effort,” he added. Among other activities, Yates County Ibrnorrow has organized two major conferences to deter­ mine needs and opportunities, and to stimulate discussion and community involvement. At both conferences, quality education was cited as a top priority, reflect­ ing a national concern alx>ut the need to improve our educational system so that the United States can stay competitive in an in­ creasingly global economy. “Yates County Tomorrow provides the perfect forum for ad­ dressing problems and creating solutions through the cooperative efforts of people in business, education and other flelds,” said Carroll. “I am pleased that the members have asked me to join this group, and will contribute whatever I can to help fulfill their objectives.” Carroll’s broad experience in education, all of it in Yates Coun­ ty, gives her an ideal perspective on the problems and opportunities in this field, Marchionda noted. After teaching for nine years, she served as coordinator of a special program, and then as the director of curriculum and instruction prior to becoming assistant super- WYLF n o t e s a p p o in t m e n t s PENN YAN — Two new account executives have been appointed to the WYLF AM 850 sales staff, ac­ cording to station owner, Russ Kimble. James Baker of Branchport, formerly was employed by the Newark Courier Gazette, and Steven Bourne of Geneva, most recently was manager of the Geneva Rzza Hut restaurant. 9\[ezo Hrucli^LoacC Just Arrived 1 9 9 0 F O R D F - 2 5 0 7^000 ml„?V-8^ a u to, - stereo. recT 1 9 8 6 CHEVY C - 1 0 PICKUP 4.3L V-6, outo, stereo, red 1990 GEO METRO auto . air. PS/PB. stereo. 4 dr. red 4 dr., a u to , PS, air. low miles, b lue 1 9 8 8 CHEVY C - 1 5 0 0 PICKUP V-8, outo. stereo, brown |1988 CHEVY C-1500 SILVERADO 2 tone silver & blue, oil ovoiloble optbns 1958 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS IS V-8, auto, oH ovail. options, silver & gioy ’light blue, air, cruise, tilt.' power seat 1957 OLDS 96 REGENCY 5R0UGHAM 4 dr., 2 tone, air, cruise, Hf, duo! power seat,,21.000 ml. 1987 CHEVY CELEBRITY 4 dr., air, stereo, cruise. _____ tilt, b lue ______ _ O n t h e S p o t Bank Financing MARBLES RUTOMOTIVE Inc. GROWING SINCE 1959 315-536-4488 • 1 Mile North of the Hospital, Penn Yan Mon., Tuos., Thurs. 8 am - 7 pm; Wed. & Fri. 8 am - 5:30 pm Saturday 8 • 3 pm - By Appointment Anytime intendent. In addition to her respon­ sibilities with the Penn Yan School District, she participates in several professional organizations and community activities. She is married to Roger Carroll, and they have two children, Debra and Chris, both married and living in California and New York City, respectively. In addition to organizing the two conferences, Yates County Tbrnorrow recently helped attract new business to the county, published a report on economic priorities, and is actively working with other organizations to build a better future. Anyone wanting a copy of the report or more infor­ mation maycail 315-536-2394; ested followers up to Bluff Point, and preached the values of real barbecue. After three days, the multitude became hungry. All we had was a sack of three rib bones from Smokey Ridge barbecue in Memphis, and a partial can of flat soda pop. We kept reaching in the bag and passing out rib bones — and out of that can flowed the best tasting barbecue sauce you’ve ever drunk from a pop can. We managed to feed the whole crowd. I think Momma was wrong, Yankees were meant to have real barbecue. “Of course, the barbecue recipe had to change too. We wanted sauce that would appeal to all regions and all tastes. After ex­ perimenting dawn ‘till dusk and • dusk ‘till dawn with truckloads of different ingredients, we decided on three superb sauces. One for Yankess — kind of sweet; one for Southerners — with a Southern tang; and one for people who like barbecue so hot you have to dial 911. You’ll see our sauces listed on the Sause List. We keep these sauces under lock and key in our Sauce Cellar. That’s how much we value our research and our dis­ coveries. “So here you are, in a Yankee- Southern real barbecue joint (Dan’s Chuck Wagon), enjoying the fruits of our labors. As the only true real barbecue ‘mis­ sionary’, I leave you with these in­ spirational words,” Bailey con­ cluded, “Ask not what you can do for barbecue, just bury your face in it.” Dan’s Chuck Wagon, located at 1040 East Keuka l^ke Road, Route 54, between Penn Yan and Hammondsport, is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. Jud’s Auto Electric 104 Lake Street, Penn Yan 536-8195 General Automotive Diesel • Electrical • Air Conditioning HERCULES TIRES NYS Inspection Station ASE Certified JUDSON M c C a r t h y OWNER Gilbert's Clinton Street Mobil Fully Automatic Car Wash Coupon Books Interior & Exterior Cleaning Machine Buffing Carpet & Upholstery Shampooing Hand Wax Have il Looking Good This Summer W a shes Start a t ^3.50 S o m e Services Are \By Appointment\ Open 7 Days A Week Open Monday • Saturday 8 am-8 pm, Sunday 8 am-6 pm W e s t Lake Road 315-536-3822 Penn Yan 1987 FORD ESCORT QT sunroof, 41,000 ml. PLWOaTH y V VOYAGER SE pass., 62,000 mi. 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