Oh yeah, this rib tasted as good as it looks. This was from an early Saturday morning run to Snow’s BBQ in Lexington, Texas. Snow’s was once proclaimed the #1 BBQ joint in Texas by Texas Monthly magazine.
This place only opens Saturday mornings at 8 AM and only stays open until the meat runs out. That usually happens before noon. That means, barbecue for breakfast. It’s not as bad as it sounds. I usually eat a little bit there and take a whole bunch home. Anyway, on this day the TV Food Network was filming for a TV show. Unfortunately, I don’t know which show.
Sprinkle a little salt, crack some pepper and put ’em on the grill. When they’re nearly done, brush on some good BBQ sauce, turn and brush the other side.
Ok. One more ribs posting. These ribs are from Lum’s in Junction, Texas. Stopped here for a bite on my way home from West Texas.
Pork spare ribs at Black’s Barbecue in Lockhart, Texas. This place was phenomenal. The icing on the cake was that Kent Black, the pit master, gave us a tour of the pits while sharing with us stories of the history and origins of Black’s Barbecue. If you’re in central Texas and enjoy good BBQ, it’s definitely worth a visit.
I grilled some ribs. Man they were tasty.