Though the years, here's what I've learned:  Barbecue soothes the soul.  It's simple in philosophy and rich in tradition.  It's an art and a craft, a love and a passion.

— Mike Mills

Peace, Love, and Barbecue

bkarau's Review of Lyndons Pit BBQ

  • Pulled Pork: I got it last and it had dried out by then.
  • Atmosphere: 'NOW THIS DOES NOT LOOK LIKE A JOINT.' At the end of a strip mall. A gas-fired hell-hole. But (Wildman, 'they have cold beer here, so fuck St. Arnolds.'
  • Brisket: Lean and firm. Bland - not much smoke flavor. A tad tough.
  • Potato Salad: Great chunk - new potatoes. Touch of dill, but not overpowering.
  • Beans: Pintos: Texture perfect, rich flavor; could have more bite.
  • Coleslaw: Good leaf, but a touch dry. Basically, shredded cabbage.
  • Sausage: Great taste - some herb (sage?) in it. Chunky.
  • Spare Rib: OK. Clean pull, but a bit tough. Some burn thru - a tad overcooked. Good flavor on meat, though.
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