At the last TMBBQ Behind the Pit Dinner at Franklin Barbecue, I had a fantastic time. It was such a cool and intimate setting to be at. When I saw that they were going to do a dinner at Snow's BBQ, I had to go to it as well. I got on TMBBQ.com at 10 AM the morning the tickets went on sale, but the website said there were none available. Darn. I decided to try back in 7-8 minutes just in case some tickets expired in someone's cart. It did. Bingo. I bought a pair, and the site said sold out right after. I purchased the last two tickets. Sweet.
|Where is the electric knife?|
I went to Snow's BBQ recently. It was excellent as usual. Here is my "official" review from a couple of years ago. Snow's is only open on Saturdays from the morning until they sellout (probably early afternoon). So getting to eat there on a Tuesday evening was pretty awesome. 44 Farms brought owner/pitmaster Kerry Bexley some beef ribs and briskets to smoke. Karbach Brewery provided the beers. Yeti was also one of the sponsors.
Kerry and Tootsie Tomanetz smoked brisket, pork ribs, beef ribs, original and jalapeño sausage, pork steak, and turkey for the event. Everything was tender and smoky. They served the briskets they usually have and the 44's. The only noticeable difference was that the 44's had a beefier taste. The beef ribs were a nice treat because they were not normally on the menu. They packed a lot of flavor and were rich. I tried the turkey for the first time, and they did not disappoint. Moist and flavorful.
|Kerry Bexley & Tootsie Tomanetz|
|Kerry Bexley, Tootsie Tomanetz, & Daniel Vaughn|
|Tour of the Pits|
Until next time, happy smoking...