Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Old 15-02-2004, 12:11 PM
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Wow, within a few weeks there will be 4 BBQ restaurants within a mile
or so of my house! First up was Cecil's BBQ, followed by Conway's
BBQ, then Blackwater BBQ, and now their building an O'Boys BBQ :-)
Woohoo!

Mike



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"Mike" wrote in message
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Wow, within a few weeks there will be 4 BBQ restaurants within a mile
or so of my house! First up was Cecil's BBQ, followed by Conway's
BBQ, then Blackwater BBQ, and now their building an O'Boys BBQ :-)
Woohoo!


Very different styles, too, from the wonderfully Texas smoked
Cecil's to Conway's great pulled pork and bladder-dispensed
sauces to O'Boys great rib rubs. I don't know anything about
Blackwater except that it is next to the best (ahem) French
restaurant in town, Le Coq au Vin. What is Blackwater like?

pavane


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On Sun, 15 Feb 2004 14:35:32 GMT, "pavane"
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bladder-dispensed sauces


Does the health inspector know about this?

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On Sun, 15 Feb 2004 14:35:32 GMT, "pavane"
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"Mike" wrote in message
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Wow, within a few weeks there will be 4 BBQ restaurants within a mile
or so of my house! First up was Cecil's BBQ, followed by Conway's
BBQ, then Blackwater BBQ, and now their building an O'Boys BBQ :-)
Woohoo!


Very different styles, too, from the wonderfully Texas smoked
Cecil's to Conway's great pulled pork and bladder-dispensed
sauces to O'Boys great rib rubs. I don't know anything about
Blackwater except that it is next to the best (ahem) French
restaurant in town, Le Coq au Vin. What is Blackwater like?

pavane


So far I have only had Blackwater's baby back ribs and their pulled
pork. Both were excellent! I used to think Conway's had the best
pulled pork but I have had a change of heart! Mighty tasty, big
portion with plenty of bark. I was not to impressed by their sides
though. I my opinion Cecil's has the best sides (collard greens and
beans!) and a very tasty/tender beef brisket. But to be honest I eat
at all 3 of these restaurant's :-) Each one has something good to
offer. I have never had any O'Boys BBQ and am looking forward to
giving them a try.

Mike
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"Kevin S. Wilson" wrote in message
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On Sun, 15 Feb 2004 14:35:32 GMT, "pavane"
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bladder-dispensed sauces


Does the health inspector know about this?


Now now. Just because Idaho has a health
inspector doesn't mean that everyplace has
one.

pavane




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