Posts Tagged ‘BBQ’

Apr 23 2017

Rib Country BBQ (Helen, GA)

Rib Country BBQ

On a recent family trip to Helen, Georgia we stopped at Rib Country BBQ for dinner.  Their BBQ smelled delicious as we were exploring downtown Helen.  The girls ate a kids Rib Basket and Jake & I had a shredded Pork BBQ.  The meals were very filling and delicious barbecue.

The restaurant had a choice of indoor or outside seating.  Since it was a warm evening we chose to eat outside on the deck.  A band was playing during our dinner which was nice.  The kids loved watching all the tubers coming down the river past the restaurant.  We set on a table overlooking the river.

The kids had so much fun eating dinner and watching the tubers go down the river that they asked if we could go tubing as well.  We didn’t realized they were already tubing with the water still being chilly.  Most of the people going down the river were fully dressed except for their feet which most have flipflops or crocs on which made me feel better about not getting fully soaked.  Plus the tubes had the bottoms in so you didn’t have to have your backside in the water the whole way which should keep us warmer.

Overall:  We recommend the food, atmosphere, service, and entertainment at Rib Country BBQ.  If you enjoy ribs or BBQ this is a great place to eat. The price was reasonable too.

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Jul 04 2016

Wishing You a Safe & Happy July 4th!

Happy 4th of July!!!

Wishing you a bright holiday full of fun and great memories!

Apr 29 2011

Family Recipe: Deannie’s BBQ Brisket

It’s grilling time!  I love grilling out with family and friends!  There is just something about the BBQ and grilled taste in the warmer seasons.  Although, hamburgers and hotdogs are great I enjoy experimenting and trying out new grilling recipes.  My Aunt Mary Ann shared Deannie Kelleher’s BBQ Brisket Recipe with me several years ago.  If you have a smoker oven/grill this recipe is perfect for you, otherwise you can get tender and tasty brisket by cooking it in your oven. You will need to start this recipe the night before you want to eat it.  It is a wonderful recipe for hosting guests because you can start early and have a delicious meal ready when they arrive!

Deannie’s BBQ Brisket:

  • 1/2 to 1/3 Liquid Smoke Bottle
  • Onion Salt
  • Garlic Salt
  • Celery Salt
  • BBQ Sauce (your choice of flavor)

The night before cooking your brisket.  Pour liquid smoke over the brisket.  Shake a generous amount of onion salt, garlic salt, and celery salt on the brisket.  Cover with foil and set overnight in the fridge.  Keep covered with foil and sprinkle with black pepper and BBQ sauce.  Bake at 250 degrees for about 5 hours.  After 5 hours at 250 degrees remove, let cool, slice an add BBQ sauce then return to oven for 30 more minutes.

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