|I cannot look at this picture without considering a trip to the fridge for the leftovers.|
|Trophies and ribbons are redundant after tasting the food.|
Okay, lets get to the food.
Sadly the ribs were off the menu tonight but I had enough to try and I would love to return.
I got the brisket and sausage with sides of corn and beans.
First the not so great: The Corn and sausage were cold to luke warm. The corn had nothing on it and tasted fine. Though it was nothing to write home about.
Now the great: The sausage had a little kick but wasn't too spicy. It was reminiscent of a kielbasa and was quite savory despite the temperature. The beans were piping hot and very tasty. They were a bit spicy, a bit sweet and full of flavor. They contained all sorts of beans (similar to "When Pigs Fly" which I recommend if you live on the West Side). You can go back for my review. The Brisket was extra flavorful and while I squeezed on the BBQ sauce, my wife loved it "as is." She also ordered the Turkey, which was exquisitely succulent. You could tell they took great pride in their food. The sauce is a little on the sweeter side, which is what I prefer but my wife didn't much care for it.
|Juicy turkey like I've never had. Sorry Grandma.|
We left thoroughly satisfied and eager to try it again. Several hours later I am feeling no ill effects on my stomach.
If Wichita were no longer my home, I would sure miss my friends but I would also miss eating BBQ with them, licking my fingers and trying to carry on a serious conversation. Please make sure you patronize places like Dolce and Joe's, When Pig's fly, Hog Wild and Pig in Pig Out. Seriously, Wichita could be a mecca for gluten free vacations.