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Smoke Daddy's Review of Smokin Guns Bbq and Catering
The pulled pork was the best meat, but my favorites were the beans and the potato casserole.
- Brisket - Very thin slices. Well trimmed, lean, and a little chewy. Piece off the moist side pulls apart easily, is still fairly lean... but also chewy.
- Burnt Ends - Salty, smoky, & spicy. Not all of them are completely rendered... how does that happen with burnt ends?
- Spare Rib - Interesting... inside meat is white like a pork chop. Has a smoke ring, but is not rendered... tough.
- Baby Back Rib - Nice rub! Meat is flavorful, but chewy. Alot of spice here.
- Pulled Pork - Tastes lean - like a pork chop.
- Sausage - Sliced lengthwise. Italian... with extra fennel seeds.
- Beans - thick sauce, sweet onions, and lots of meaty bits... Very good!
- Slaw - Venegar-based and tangy. Leaf doesn't crunch, but it is good.
- Potato Casserole - Cheesy with corn flakes and bacon bits.
- Two sauces with essentially the same make-up, except one has added heat. Fairly standard KC-style sauce, but too ketchup-like for my taste.
- Wood panel, basic decor... with walls covered with competition ribbons & banners.
- Trophy display is impressive, but overdone
- Quotable: "Good barbecue speaks for itself" --Double Boner
- Quiet light industrial/warehouse area north of Downtown
- XO, K-Dawg, and FU get a tour of the pits