Here are a few notes about the ‘que:
- Ribs-These fall-off-the-bone ribs were too tender by competition standards, but many people want them this way. In competition, a judge should be able to easily pull meat from a bone without the rest of the meat falling off or without the ribs falling apart. I would’ve liked a more fully developed bark on the ribs.
- Ribs-The ribs had a nice wood-smoked flavor. An employee told me that the store marinates the ribs in Colt 45, then smokes them in an electric smoker. Interestingly enough, the smoked ribs were less expensive than the raw packaged slabs.
Sauce-Was a standard sweet style bbq sauce.
Check back in the future for a full review. If you’d like to read more about it sooner, comment to let me know. Until then, check out full reviews and Quick-Fire Guides of other bbq restaurants from my BBQ Guide.
Thanks for visiting my Memphis bbq blog! Tim Shirley