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Jeez Louise!…

Jeez Louise!…

e know that you are really hungry for more!… But as you can see our kitchen needs some (ok, serious) attention before we can bring you even more tasty morsels!… So, if you can stand it – just stand by – at least for a tiny little while!… ;)… Jeez Louise!... Taste4.1 Quality1.1 Appearance1.1 Quantity10 Service0 […]

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Jeez Louise - Mustang Creek BBQ briefly noted

Passed this yesterday heading north on 59 from Victoria and did a U-turn to try some of their wares.

Only "briefly noted" as I only wanted a light snack so got a pound of ribs ("light" being relative I suppose). I am a rib man in BBQ and these pork ribs were quite superb. I didn't try any sauce. Very moist, properly cooked, and with the bones eminently chewable. I only wish I had tried the brisket. btw they have a mighty fine looking buffet with meats and sides quite alluring.

My only minus was a slightly over-done rub. I prefer my pork ribs to taste of salt & pork more than garlic salt or whatever. But it was acceptable all the same.

One thing I really liked was the quick and efficient service, generous pricing, also in the back a gent was sitting peeling a potato with a knife. I thought that a nice touch and speaks volume for the quality of their potato salad I am sure.

Just up the road (N) is Mikeska's (El Campo) and Hinze's (Wharton). I prefer this to either of those based on the succulent ribs and more cheery store. On a recent visit to Hinze's I was completely underwhelmed, although that was partly because of the haphazard and inept takeout service.


Jeez Louise - Mustang Creek BBQ briefly noted

Passed this yesterday heading north on 59 from Victoria and did a U-turn to try some of their wares.

Only "briefly noted" as I only wanted a light snack so got a pound of ribs ("light" being relative I suppose). I am a rib man in BBQ and these pork ribs were quite superb. I didn't try any sauce. Very moist, properly cooked, and with the bones eminently chewable. I only wish I had tried the brisket. btw they have a mighty fine looking buffet with meats and sides quite alluring.

My only minus was a slightly over-done rub. I prefer my pork ribs to taste of salt & pork more than garlic salt or whatever. But it was acceptable all the same.

One thing I really liked was the quick and efficient service, generous pricing, also in the back a gent was sitting peeling a potato with a knife. I thought that a nice touch and speaks volume for the quality of their potato salad I am sure.

Just up the road (N) is Mikeska's (El Campo) and Hinze's (Wharton). I prefer this to either of those based on the succulent ribs and more cheery store. On a recent visit to Hinze's I was completely underwhelmed, although that was partly because of the haphazard and inept takeout service.


Jeez Louise - Mustang Creek BBQ briefly noted

Passed this yesterday heading north on 59 from Victoria and did a U-turn to try some of their wares.

Only "briefly noted" as I only wanted a light snack so got a pound of ribs ("light" being relative I suppose). I am a rib man in BBQ and these pork ribs were quite superb. I didn't try any sauce. Very moist, properly cooked, and with the bones eminently chewable. I only wish I had tried the brisket. btw they have a mighty fine looking buffet with meats and sides quite alluring.

My only minus was a slightly over-done rub. I prefer my pork ribs to taste of salt & pork more than garlic salt or whatever. But it was acceptable all the same.

One thing I really liked was the quick and efficient service, generous pricing, also in the back a gent was sitting peeling a potato with a knife. I thought that a nice touch and speaks volume for the quality of their potato salad I am sure.

Just up the road (N) is Mikeska's (El Campo) and Hinze's (Wharton). I prefer this to either of those based on the succulent ribs and more cheery store. On a recent visit to Hinze's I was completely underwhelmed, although that was partly because of the haphazard and inept takeout service.


Jeez Louise - Mustang Creek BBQ briefly noted

Passed this yesterday heading north on 59 from Victoria and did a U-turn to try some of their wares.

Only "briefly noted" as I only wanted a light snack so got a pound of ribs ("light" being relative I suppose). I am a rib man in BBQ and these pork ribs were quite superb. I didn't try any sauce. Very moist, properly cooked, and with the bones eminently chewable. I only wish I had tried the brisket. btw they have a mighty fine looking buffet with meats and sides quite alluring.

My only minus was a slightly over-done rub. I prefer my pork ribs to taste of salt & pork more than garlic salt or whatever. But it was acceptable all the same.

One thing I really liked was the quick and efficient service, generous pricing, also in the back a gent was sitting peeling a potato with a knife. I thought that a nice touch and speaks volume for the quality of their potato salad I am sure.

Just up the road (N) is Mikeska's (El Campo) and Hinze's (Wharton). I prefer this to either of those based on the succulent ribs and more cheery store. On a recent visit to Hinze's I was completely underwhelmed, although that was partly because of the haphazard and inept takeout service.


Jeez Louise - Mustang Creek BBQ briefly noted

Passed this yesterday heading north on 59 from Victoria and did a U-turn to try some of their wares.

Only "briefly noted" as I only wanted a light snack so got a pound of ribs ("light" being relative I suppose). I am a rib man in BBQ and these pork ribs were quite superb. I didn't try any sauce. Very moist, properly cooked, and with the bones eminently chewable. I only wish I had tried the brisket. btw they have a mighty fine looking buffet with meats and sides quite alluring.

My only minus was a slightly over-done rub. I prefer my pork ribs to taste of salt & pork more than garlic salt or whatever. But it was acceptable all the same.

One thing I really liked was the quick and efficient service, generous pricing, also in the back a gent was sitting peeling a potato with a knife. I thought that a nice touch and speaks volume for the quality of their potato salad I am sure.

Just up the road (N) is Mikeska's (El Campo) and Hinze's (Wharton). I prefer this to either of those based on the succulent ribs and more cheery store. On a recent visit to Hinze's I was completely underwhelmed, although that was partly because of the haphazard and inept takeout service.


Jeez Louise - Mustang Creek BBQ briefly noted

Passed this yesterday heading north on 59 from Victoria and did a U-turn to try some of their wares.

Only "briefly noted" as I only wanted a light snack so got a pound of ribs ("light" being relative I suppose). I am a rib man in BBQ and these pork ribs were quite superb. I didn't try any sauce. Very moist, properly cooked, and with the bones eminently chewable. I only wish I had tried the brisket. btw they have a mighty fine looking buffet with meats and sides quite alluring.

My only minus was a slightly over-done rub. I prefer my pork ribs to taste of salt & pork more than garlic salt or whatever. But it was acceptable all the same.

One thing I really liked was the quick and efficient service, generous pricing, also in the back a gent was sitting peeling a potato with a knife. I thought that a nice touch and speaks volume for the quality of their potato salad I am sure.

Just up the road (N) is Mikeska's (El Campo) and Hinze's (Wharton). I prefer this to either of those based on the succulent ribs and more cheery store. On a recent visit to Hinze's I was completely underwhelmed, although that was partly because of the haphazard and inept takeout service.


Jeez Louise - Mustang Creek BBQ briefly noted

Passed this yesterday heading north on 59 from Victoria and did a U-turn to try some of their wares.

Only "briefly noted" as I only wanted a light snack so got a pound of ribs ("light" being relative I suppose). I am a rib man in BBQ and these pork ribs were quite superb. I didn't try any sauce. Very moist, properly cooked, and with the bones eminently chewable. I only wish I had tried the brisket. btw they have a mighty fine looking buffet with meats and sides quite alluring.

My only minus was a slightly over-done rub. I prefer my pork ribs to taste of salt & pork more than garlic salt or whatever. But it was acceptable all the same.

One thing I really liked was the quick and efficient service, generous pricing, also in the back a gent was sitting peeling a potato with a knife. I thought that a nice touch and speaks volume for the quality of their potato salad I am sure.

Just up the road (N) is Mikeska's (El Campo) and Hinze's (Wharton). I prefer this to either of those based on the succulent ribs and more cheery store. On a recent visit to Hinze's I was completely underwhelmed, although that was partly because of the haphazard and inept takeout service.


Jeez Louise - Mustang Creek BBQ briefly noted

Passed this yesterday heading north on 59 from Victoria and did a U-turn to try some of their wares.

Only "briefly noted" as I only wanted a light snack so got a pound of ribs ("light" being relative I suppose). I am a rib man in BBQ and these pork ribs were quite superb. I didn't try any sauce. Very moist, properly cooked, and with the bones eminently chewable. I only wish I had tried the brisket. btw they have a mighty fine looking buffet with meats and sides quite alluring.

My only minus was a slightly over-done rub. I prefer my pork ribs to taste of salt & pork more than garlic salt or whatever. But it was acceptable all the same.

One thing I really liked was the quick and efficient service, generous pricing, also in the back a gent was sitting peeling a potato with a knife. I thought that a nice touch and speaks volume for the quality of their potato salad I am sure.

Just up the road (N) is Mikeska's (El Campo) and Hinze's (Wharton). I prefer this to either of those based on the succulent ribs and more cheery store. On a recent visit to Hinze's I was completely underwhelmed, although that was partly because of the haphazard and inept takeout service.


Jeez Louise - Mustang Creek BBQ briefly noted

Passed this yesterday heading north on 59 from Victoria and did a U-turn to try some of their wares.

Only "briefly noted" as I only wanted a light snack so got a pound of ribs ("light" being relative I suppose). I am a rib man in BBQ and these pork ribs were quite superb. I didn't try any sauce. Very moist, properly cooked, and with the bones eminently chewable. I only wish I had tried the brisket. btw they have a mighty fine looking buffet with meats and sides quite alluring.

My only minus was a slightly over-done rub. I prefer my pork ribs to taste of salt & pork more than garlic salt or whatever. But it was acceptable all the same.

One thing I really liked was the quick and efficient service, generous pricing, also in the back a gent was sitting peeling a potato with a knife. I thought that a nice touch and speaks volume for the quality of their potato salad I am sure.

Just up the road (N) is Mikeska's (El Campo) and Hinze's (Wharton). I prefer this to either of those based on the succulent ribs and more cheery store. On a recent visit to Hinze's I was completely underwhelmed, although that was partly because of the haphazard and inept takeout service.


Jeez Louise - Mustang Creek BBQ briefly noted

Passed this yesterday heading north on 59 from Victoria and did a U-turn to try some of their wares.

Only "briefly noted" as I only wanted a light snack so got a pound of ribs ("light" being relative I suppose). I am a rib man in BBQ and these pork ribs were quite superb. I didn't try any sauce. Very moist, properly cooked, and with the bones eminently chewable. I only wish I had tried the brisket. btw they have a mighty fine looking buffet with meats and sides quite alluring.

My only minus was a slightly over-done rub. I prefer my pork ribs to taste of salt & pork more than garlic salt or whatever. But it was acceptable all the same.

One thing I really liked was the quick and efficient service, generous pricing, also in the back a gent was sitting peeling a potato with a knife. I thought that a nice touch and speaks volume for the quality of their potato salad I am sure.

Just up the road (N) is Mikeska's (El Campo) and Hinze's (Wharton). I prefer this to either of those based on the succulent ribs and more cheery store. On a recent visit to Hinze's I was completely underwhelmed, although that was partly because of the haphazard and inept takeout service.