Barbecuing, like painting, usually entails the use of a brush, a master’s touch, and the building anticipation to eat your finished product. Enjoy saucy masterworks with today’s Groupon.
$14 for a slow-cooked barbecue meal for four to five people (a $29.95 value), which includes the following:
- One slab of ribs
- One quart of pulled pork
- One pint of backed beans
- One pint of coleslaw
- Four buns
- One gallon of tea<p>
$25 for a slow-cooked barbecue meal for six to eight people (a $59.95 value), which includes the following: * Two slabs of ribs * Two quarts of pulled pork * Two pints of baked beans * Two pints of coleslaw * Eight buns * One gallon of tea<p>
$7 for $15 worth of slow-cooked barbecue and drinks from the menu, which includes options such as: * Pulled-pork platter with sides and bread ($7.95) * Barbecue-rib sandwich with chips ($5.95) * Banana pudding ($2.95)<p>
JB's Ribs & More
Led by the husband and wife team of James and Beverly Black, JB's Ribs & More's barbecue masters slow cook pork, ribs, and poultry before plating the meat with hearty sides of comfort fare. As described in a feature from the Daily Times, the Blacks' culinary career began in James' mother's backyard, where he learned to whip up succulent chicken and ribs by barbecuing on the weekends. The barbecue pros soon outgrew their home-based business' finite supply of wet wipes and opened a full-time restaurant that could sate Maryville's hunger for soul food such as five-cheese macaroni and pulled-pork slow cooked for 14 hours. Patrons can lick their fingers while browsing the eatery's free WiFi, or carry out one of JB's family-size meals and feed all their novelty cookie jars some much-needed protein.