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Story of local barbecue sauce dates back to 19th century
Photos submitted Arthur Watts works a barbecue pit in 1916 with his famous sauce at a festival in Kewanee, Ill.
Old Arthur's Barbecue Sauce is available at Al's Meat Market, 1165 Wilmette Ave., Wilmette.
Arthur Watts and his family cook meat in a pit. Date unknown.
The Watts family (left to right) Eudell Sr., Arthur, Eudell III, and Eudell Jr.
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Hilary Anderson, Freelance Reporter
12:36 pm CDT April 8, 2018
Every town has its historic treasures. Wilmette is no different.
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