He then proceeded to whack off an end piece and hand out samples to Scott, myself, and a lady who had come in behind us. Once again, very nice, with some decent smoke flavor and plenty of moisture and tenderness. He filled up my box with meat, a lot of meat, and I think the bill came to all of $17. I think there was about 3 pounds of meat in that box.
There was no place to eat inside and it was a bit too rainey to use their picnic tables so I retreated to the truck cab and sampled a bit more. So much for my fast. The brisket was just as yummy as the end piece I had with nice well rendered fat. The ribs were just a little bit tougher than the one I had inside. Not chewy, but a firm tug was needed to get the meat away. There was an interesting rub but neither Scott or I could pick out the flavor. Nice though. Sausage was average.
We both thought this spot has some good potential and we will try to get back for a full meal on a future trip. As it was, most went into the cooler for later warm-up and consumption, which is never really a fair judgement of fresh.