Re: Lump charcoal in Everett area
- From: dave <dave@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 04 Apr 2006 06:07:53 GMT
On Thu, 30 Mar 2006 14:48:53 GMT, JD <jdblackwell2@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Wed, 29 Mar 2006 17:59:07 GMT, JD <jdblackwell2@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Have you tried The Ranch House on Kennedy Creek Rd? I haven't but it's
Brian D. wrote:
"Denny Wheeler" <dennyw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in messageAh yes, Double Barrel BBQ, Jim Lee's place. Definitely a worthwhile stop
On Tue, 28 Mar 2006 14:48:12 GMT, "Brian D." <b.donovan2@xxxxxxxxxxx>A road trip to Dave's has been on my "to do" list for a while now, over
Wenatchee. Hmmm. A road trip with a destination! "Sir, can I get someAssuming you're thinking of a visit to Dave's BBQ, it's worth the
critter goop to go, and a side of lump?" <insert smiley here>
trip. IDK if anyone there sells lump, but you could come back via
Stevens Pass and swing by the Marysville WalMart on your way north.
(it's right next to I-5, the first exit north of downtown Marysville)
"Do your thoughts call ahead or do they just arrive at your mouth
"It's come as you are, baby."
-over the hedge
Steven's and return via Washington Pass (SR20) and a pit stop (pun intended)
at a bbq stand in Burlington, just off I-5/SR20 intersection opposite the
*IF* Jim's there. For some reason when he's involved elsewhere, service
and quality go down. When it's good, it's *really* good.
Nearly gave up on finding good Q in Washington. I will drive up from
Olympia for a tasty hickory/pecan pit smoked rack or two. How are the
ribs at these two joints? St. Louis style or babyback? Is there a
cheap source of fruitwood chunks around there Dave? How do I get to
Dave's from I-90. When would be a good time for a tour?
run by the mother/daughters team that took 7th overall at the Jack
Daniels invitational, 1st in pulled pork. How bad could it be? I've
judged their comp Q and it was worth eating, surely better than a trip
to Burger King or worse yet total Q deprivation. Have you tried Smokin'
Pete's, Ace BBQ or RedTop? Inquiring minds want to know.
No, but I will look into them. Thanks a bunch for the suggestions.
I'll let you know if I find a winner. Ranch House is really close so I
may give that place a whirl this week.
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