When a restaurant specializes in only two things, the expectation is that those items will be spot-on: fortunately that is the case with the ribs and fried chicken strips here. Our juicy, fall-off-the-bone ribs were tender and smothered in a slightly sweet sauce. But the chicken was what we craved long after our first visit. Offered with a choice of spice (our medium had plenty of kick), the almost grease-free strips come in a variety of options, from the chicken and waffles we happily devoured to salads and sandwiches. Reasonably priced, with very little wait (a key advantage to a tiny menu), the Cookshack is a welcome addition to this college town’s abundance of chicken strip outlets.