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That is lovely.
Plant City Fl. Best BBQ around here. Owner lives right next door to me.
Family also owns 'Freds Market Restaurant' Best Buffet around
I want one of those t-shirts! Do they sell any, and if so, how to contact them?
Yes they do. Go to website
? Shouldn't that be 5 stars?Jerry
Sarcasm anyone? That's an awesome shirt, and a review like that and I'd eat there in a heartbeat!
I was riding the Trail of Tears in Tenn and out in the middle of nowhere I passed a Farm type store. Next door was a house and a boy was carrying a tray of something from a bbq to the store. I turned that harley around and went to the store. It was pork ribs fresh off the bbq. Pissed me off one serving filled me up. I bought another for supper. That was the best bbq I ever ate in my life.
Negative Advertising can be very effective. Such as one star. Spilkas Bar in Utica which I wonder if it's still there. It's Utica NY so east coast. They sold tee shirts that read, Spilkas, Best in the West, World famous for high prices, rotten atomosphere, ugly women. The joint was always packed. I was in there one day and though the crowd saw a guy at the bar with a big cowboy hat on. Had his arm around a gal. I walked behind them and damn if he wasn't a midget standing on a bar stool all dressed up like a cowboy. One night a guy went to the shitter and a guy in the parking lot shot though the window and killed him dead. I loved that place.
I was in some place in rural Georgia waiting for the light to change & I smelled the bbq, I found it and had a great lunch!
Or that was an actual review from a vegan, and they wear it as a badge of honor.
Best BBQ I've ever had was at a gas station just south of Clinton, MO. Me and a buddy'd been fishing and we pulled in for gas. There was a 70-80year old aproned black man with a barrel smoker outside selling ribs 6.00 for a half slab, 10.00 for a full slab. (It was 30 years ago). Those were unequivocally the best ribs I've ever eaten.
Summer job in high school, worked at a two pump full serve gas station in NE Texas. Every Saturday an elderly black lady would bring her barrel smoker and sell fresh smoked or grilled meat. Always ate good those days. BTW, regular was 19 cents and ethyl was a quarter.
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