Guess Family Barbecue
Glazed, sauced, or candy-coated seems to be the new direction for pork ribs in Texas, but here they’re a masterwork in simplicity. A good dose of salt and light sprinkling of pepper lets the smoke and the pork shine through. They’re stout, but still come off the bone easily enough. It’s as basic as a Texas spare ribs get, impressive even without the crutch of a sweet sauce. Pulled pork and chicken round out the smoked meat options. Both are technically sound, juicy chicken and smoky pork, but when the target is plain old barbecue, sometimes that’s what you get.
Last updated: October 9, 2017