Thursday, October 03, 2019

Is Kansas City BBQ Stuck In The Past???

This timeline hasn't shown much innovation as of late this this town's signature cuisine clearly needs a refresh.

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A historical timeline of Kansas City barbecue

Photographer: Jeremey Theron KirbyThere's a lot of history behind that piece of smokey brisket on your fork and the bottle of lip-smacking sauce in your fridge. Find out how Kansas City became the iconic barbecue destination that it is today. 1869 On July 3, the first bridge across the Missouri River brings a boom to Kansas City.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

We don't eat this shit.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^
Yes we do! KC BBQ is about the only thing left good in KC everything else has gone to crap.

Anonymous said...

Photo of ribs and fries ! Where’s the brisket ?

Anonymous said...

Food for fatties

Anonymous said...

If it ain’t broke don’t fix it, 8:47 is right, it’s the only thing left that’s any good. Everything else comes and goes after about a year.

If you smoke it, burn it, pull it, they will come!

Anonymous said...

Hate to say it but Q39 really is the best bbq in kc

KKK From Raytown said...

Its HONKEYQUE except a hand full of real joints. Not worth a shit unless its been prepared by a negroe.

Anonymous said...

^^and you ain't worth a shit ever.

Anonymous said...

Oh, look at that poor fool at 1100 who just got slapped down by 1117.

Anonymous said...

"Joes" first restaurant was in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The better BBQ is in Memphis. Q39 is good but was better when it first opened. Overall, BBQ in Kansas City is poor quality meat covered in cheap sauce with convenient store quality sides.

Anonymous said...

^^You idiot nothing was said about first one, just said when it opened in KCK