Discussion in 'Off Topic Forum' started by Shadez, Jun 15, 2013.
Has anyone tried it yet because Mick D's wasn't that great and I'm getting hungry
I thought about once but was ascared
If you try it, report back!
ofgs go try it and give it a review
I was just there and got a southern BBQ whopper... Didn't know they had a rib sandwich. :'-(
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I had one of those other day .. I liked it...but the rib sandwich commercial is so enticing..
Shadez just man up. Better yet go to mc d's get a mcrib then go to bk and ask for a bk mcrib...i mean bk rib sandwich and do a taste test.
Did you try the BK one? Flame grilled... just seeing if anyone tried one
Has anyone tried famous Daves?
Yup they have some decent bbq. Not bad at all.
ok not to change topics, but if you were doing it yourself, charcoal or gas grill?
Propane. But I'll need some propane accessories.
How can you not like the flavor of naturally grown hickory smoke adding flavor to your meat?? Yea that sounded bad..
Never had the BK rib sandwich but the pulled pork one is pretty good considering it's BK.
As for Famous Dave's, their "award winning" ribs are quite overrated. Maybe it's the one location I went to but they were pretty tough and I ended up quite disappointed. Their sides are awesome though.
And charcoal ftw.
Depends what im cooking on the grill. Burgers i prefer propane but bbq (pork) or chicken i prefer charcoal.
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Famous daves is good
Isnt the mcrib dead?
Mcrib isn't dead, they only offer it for a limited time. They can't buy pigs fast enough to keep up with demand on a regular basis. Plus when it's only a limited time deal people buy way more than normal compared to a regular menu item.
Recent convert to charcoal and I feel it cooks large quantities very well with really good flavor. But if you are looking to just grill a couple dogs for you and the kids gas is the way to go.
Or don't do either. That food is basically a sponge dipped in lard. ewwww
When u cookin?
I prefer charcoal or wood.
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Propane is quicker and you'd have to taste my BBQ chix to know it can be done well. (not well done)
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