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  1. #1
    Felice Guest

    Default Granny's First Barbecue

    Well, I've had bits and piece of it before, but nothing like last night's
    spread. Senior Daughter's husband came back from a food raid on Blue Ribbon
    BBQ in Newtonville (MA) with:

    spare ribs
    pulled pork
    KC "burnt ends"
    brisket
    hot, sweet and "gold" barbecue sauces
    cole slaw
    collard greens
    baked beans
    soft rolls
    blueberry-peach cobbler

    Sheesh! Them was some good eats! And because he buys food on spec, he
    provided for five people a quantity that would feed ten. Came home this
    morning with a sack of leftovers.

    Felice



  2. #2
    Tracy Guest

    Default Re: Granny's First Barbecue

    Felice wrote:
    > Well, I've had bits and piece of it before, but nothing like last night's
    > spread. Senior Daughter's husband came back from a food raid on Blue Ribbon
    > BBQ in Newtonville (MA) with:
    >
    > spare ribs
    > pulled pork
    > KC "burnt ends"
    > brisket
    > hot, sweet and "gold" barbecue sauces
    > cole slaw
    > collard greens
    > baked beans
    > soft rolls
    > blueberry-peach cobbler
    >
    > Sheesh! Them was some good eats! And because he buys food on spec, he
    > provided for five people a quantity that would feed ten. Came home this
    > morning with a sack of leftovers.
    >
    > Felice
    >
    >


    I live dangerously close to the Blue Ribbon BBQ!
    I love the burnt ends.

    Tracy

  3. #3
    Felice Guest

    Default Re: Granny's First Barbecue


    "Tracy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:gva16r$jfr$[email protected]..

    > Felice wrote:
    >> Well, I've had bits and piece of it before, but nothing like last night's
    >> spread. Senior Daughter's husband came back from a food raid on Blue
    >> Ribbon BBQ in Newtonville (MA) with:
    >>
    >> spare ribs
    >> pulled pork
    >> KC "burnt ends"
    >> brisket
    >> hot, sweet and "gold" barbecue sauces
    >> cole slaw
    >> collard greens
    >> baked beans
    >> soft rolls
    >> blueberry-peach cobbler
    >>
    >> Sheesh! Them was some good eats! And because he buys food on spec, he
    >> provided for five people a quantity that would feed ten. Came home this
    >> morning with a sack of leftovers.
    >>
    >> Felice

    >
    > I live dangerously close to the Blue Ribbon BBQ!
    > I love the burnt ends.
    >
    > Tracy


    Lucky you! Close enough to fill up a plate and sit at the counter there? I
    almost drooled at the aroma!

    Felice



  4. #4
    Tracy Guest

    Default Re: Granny's First Barbecue

    Felice wrote:
    > "Tracy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:gva16r$jfr$[email protected]..
    >
    >> Felice wrote:
    >>> Well, I've had bits and piece of it before, but nothing like last night's
    >>> spread. Senior Daughter's husband came back from a food raid on Blue
    >>> Ribbon BBQ in Newtonville (MA) with:
    >>>
    >>> spare ribs
    >>> pulled pork
    >>> KC "burnt ends"
    >>> brisket
    >>> hot, sweet and "gold" barbecue sauces
    >>> cole slaw
    >>> collard greens
    >>> baked beans
    >>> soft rolls
    >>> blueberry-peach cobbler
    >>>
    >>> Sheesh! Them was some good eats! And because he buys food on spec, he
    >>> provided for five people a quantity that would feed ten. Came home this
    >>> morning with a sack of leftovers.
    >>>
    >>> Felice

    >> I live dangerously close to the Blue Ribbon BBQ!
    >> I love the burnt ends.
    >>
    >> Tracy

    >
    > Lucky you! Close enough to fill up a plate and sit at the counter there? I
    > almost drooled at the aroma!
    >
    > Felice
    >
    >

    I can walk there and it'll still be hot by the time I get home.
    How's that for close?

    Tracy

  5. #5
    Jean B. Guest

    Default Re: Granny's First Barbecue

    Tracy wrote:
    > Felice wrote:
    >> Well, I've had bits and piece of it before, but nothing like last
    >> night's spread. Senior Daughter's husband came back from a food raid
    >> on Blue Ribbon BBQ in Newtonville (MA) with:
    >>
    >> spare ribs
    >> pulled pork
    >> KC "burnt ends"
    >> brisket
    >> hot, sweet and "gold" barbecue sauces
    >> cole slaw
    >> collard greens
    >> baked beans
    >> soft rolls
    >> blueberry-peach cobbler
    >>
    >> Sheesh! Them was some good eats! And because he buys food on spec, he
    >> provided for five people a quantity that would feed ten. Came home
    >> this morning with a sack of leftovers.
    >>
    >> Felice
    >>

    >
    > I live dangerously close to the Blue Ribbon BBQ!
    > I love the burnt ends.
    >
    > Tracy


    I live near the other Blue Ribbon (in Arlington). Burnt ends are
    one of my favorites too.

    --
    Jean B.

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