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An orange county (CA) BBQ restaurant

Da Kine Green BBQDa Kine Green BBQ Posts: 178
edited 9:08AM in EggHead Forum
One of my BIG problems since I've been cooking on my BGE is that it has messed up my appreciation for good tasting meats at restaurants. I am constantly disappointed at what too many restaurants call "barbecue ribs." Like last week when I was on a business trip to San Jose. My customer took me to a "really good BBQ place."

Arg. I should have ordered a salad. The ribs were gray and there wasn't a smoke ring. The texture was sort of sticky and pasty, and drowned in sauce.

On a much more positive note! I went to a place in Aliso Viejo called the Beach Pit BBQ. They have a website:

www.beachpitbbq.com

One of the owners was there, and he caught me looking into the kitchen. I said that I was looking to see if they boiled their ribs. . . . he told me to come on in, and take a tour of the kitchen. I did. It was neat.

Anyone else try this place? I am curious what other folks that post here think about this place.

Note: I am not connected in any way to this restaurant, Just went there for the first time yesterday for lunch.

Also - if you know of another BBQ restaurnat in Orange County - let me know, I am soooooo tired of yukky cooked meats!

Comments

  • ehrehr Posts: 8
    Good bbq place. Several locations in OC. Including Angel Stadium. One of the owners is Tim DeCinces, son of former California Angel 3rd baseman Doug DeCinces..
  • docbipedocbipe Posts: 28
    Ya know, I have only been cooking on my egg for 3 weeks now, and you brought up a good point I have not thought about. We don't go out that much, but I usualy expect high quality food. Since the bar has been raised to a new level, I guess I will stay home and cook. Between the egg and my new found abilities with cast iron cookware, I don't know what to expect when we go out! :evil:
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