We took a detour, an hour out of our way to go to this restaurant. Through the hills of PA, passing strip malls and fields, really? My brother said this was the best barbecue. Since I was getting carsick, I doubted that I'd really appreciate this. We walked into this place and it looked like a real Texas place - go to the counter, pick your combo, watch them scoop it up into the styrofoam containers and we still had about an hour to drive. . . but the drive was better with the aroma therapy of barbecue in the car.
It was the best barbecue I've ever had. I may not be the most sophisticated barbecue girl, but the sauce was the perfect blend of sweet and spicy, cooked to perfection. The pulled pork was perfectly done, someone paid attention to the pulling, because I found very little fat or undesirable pieces, hidden in the sauce (believe me, I look). We also tried the brisket, which was spectacular. I had leftovers for a few days - ate it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Oh, and the bread - the sweet cook told us to cook it at 400 degrees for 3-4 min - made it puff up like it was homemade.
The people were kind, the food was fabulous and I'm craving that sauce as I right. Was it worth the drive? Hell to the yes!
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