4/17/13 12:00pm - A while back to avoid traffic on the beltway, I took Brittmore. Spotted blue smoke pouring out of this little red BBQ trailer surrounded by hills of firewood.
I scored Blazin Bill's BBQ an 82 out of 100. This is Regional Texas BBQ.
Smoke: Pecan. No guess work here. You practically trip over it to place your
order. A steel barrel smoker visible inside trailer leaves not doubt, this is
real pit BBQ.
Brisket: Very Good. It reminded me of Gatlins without the rub. 1/4in smoke
ring. Fall apart tender and very moist. No knife needed. Foil wrap most likely.
Intense smoke flavor always boosts the score. No sauce needed. My sad portion
made me sad. I was digging underneath my ribs and sausage to find more, but it
was all gone.
Ribs: Fair. Tough of tender, with tearing and dirty bone. Tooth pick necessary.
Good smoke flavor and could not detect much or any rub. Lots of room for
improvement here. No sauce needed.
Sausage: Good. Pork sausage with traditional spice. A little greasy with mild
after taste. Use the sauce.
Sauce: Good. Tomato base, vinegar tangy, with butter and lemon flavors. Overall
flavor was good and it does the job.
PS - Its located at 5710
Brittmore, a mile away from the West Little York address. They take credit
cards. It has two small picnic tables and very little parking. Get it to go.