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Finger-lickin' good website



Grilling has never been so easy. Skip the flies and the charcoal bricks that won't light up and head instead for the web. Go to the home page for Conway's BBQ and click on "Barbecue in a Box."

With 24 hours advance notice, the minichain delivers full-blown feasts throughout the Orlando area. Dinners can serve 16 to 65 people and come with tablecloths, plates, utensils, barbecue sauce and towelettes.

Conway's specializes in regional barbecue styles. Sauces include "Alabama bold," "South Carolina mustard," "East Carolina vinegar," and "KC Sweet." You can also put into your cyber-shopping cart items such as Brunswick stew (one gallon for $25) or a homemade peanut-butter pie ($12).

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