Let me preface this review by saying that almost ALL BBQ is good. In all the years I have eaten BBQ (which as been almost all my life), maybe only 2 times was the BBQ bad…very bad, and one of
I just heard that Penn’s BBQ has officially closed. I had no warning (or I would have made a pilgrimage there for one last sandwich), and although its not a total surprise, I was hoping for some time to get
Here’s my recipe for my Baston Bastard Butt (Boston Basted Butt). You gotta say it in a Boston, Massachusetts accent. It consists of combining two mouth watering meats during/after smoking and can add another flavor profile to your pulled pork.
No, not that butt! I smoked a Boston Butt on my new smoker in mid July. I used a new technique and rub…and smoked it for 16 hours on my Rec Tec Pellet Smoker. When I took it out of
Well…I have went through 4 grills/smokers in about 2 years. I started out with a Cajun Injector Electric Smoker…and then I decided I wanted to smoke meat the old fashioned way with a stick-burner, so I bought one of those.
Well, I think I found a respectable replacement for the Georgetown One Stop Catfish store, which by the way was some of the best catfish I have ever eaten. The strange thing is that 20 years ago, I did not
First let me say that I have been eating Penn’s BBQ for over 40 years, so you’ll find my review very biased! I have had sandwiches from all over the United States and no where, including the BBQ capitals of
Yanks BBQ is well prepared BBQ that also serves hamburgers and a few other items, but their main forte is BBQ!! The BBQ is well prepared and they use a very hefty portion of meat on their fresh buns. Their