Dukes-Q-Wood-PicLarge families may be a thing of the past, but the traditions and love live on through each of its future generations. Durrell “Duke” Scott is the product of such a family. The grandson of a farming couple whose love for each other — and need for farm hands — produced 14 children. He received an abundance of love and had much to learn. With a host of hands preparing the meals at each of the family reunions, there was more good food than you could shake a stick at. Duke took what he learned from his aunts, uncles and parents and began to experiment with an array of dishes, but his passion burned bright in the glowing coal of the barbecue pit. Grilling for his Towson football buddies during summer training camps, Duke fine-tuned his craft. As word spread and more and more folks began requesting his food, it only made sense to take something so delicious, so special, and share it with everyone.

“I hope that you enjoy our food as much as we enjoy preparing it.”

—Duke Scott

Duke, Pit Master