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Derek! Go! Get the ribs! A++++
Thanks for saving me the horror of ordering the ribs here.
that the meat isn't falling off the bone tender doesn't mean that it isn't tasty or tender at all..how this man manages to have near perfect - at least for me- ribs is pretty special.. but nobody, including me, like everything..so there..
But anyone who mentions the "theory" about "Bar-Beer-Que" deserves to be smacked on the head with one of those pool cues. "Barbacoa" is the correct answer.
kinda reminds me of the OK coral in greenwood. Hopefully it's a little more organized.
My point is, this place is DEAD TO ME.
My brother used to live really near this place, so I'm assuming it's in that space across from Twilight Exit that used to be a BBQ place back in the day. Seems like all you'd need to do is put good BBQ in that space and it would be a goldmine.
@17 Ha ha! Completely untrue! Thanks for playing, though.
One way to tell is that the rack loses it's body a bit, and the meat pulls back from the rib ends. It shouldn't be "smoked stiff." When properly finished the rack will bend nicely but not double when held in the middle.
One suggestion if the ribs are a little underdone (teeth are okay, but you should never need cutlery with properly cooked ribs) would be to bring 'em home and finish them in your oven.