Saturday, May 09, 2020

Kansas City BBQ Crisis Coming Soon

Followup on this town's signature cuisine threatened by the reality of the pandemic and it's impact on the mean supply . . . Meanwhile, there are more than enough beans, veggies and salad to go around.

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What An Impending Meat Shortage Means For Kansas City Barbecue

Barbecue restaurants are nothing without their meat. But meatpacking plant closures across the country are disrupting the supply chain, creating tough decisions for chefs and enthusiasts alike. Popular cuts of meat are in short supply and, in some cases, triple the regular market price - but restaurants don't want to pass the difference onto their customers.


Anonymous said...

It will be okay.
We can bar-b-que toilet paper now. There is plenty of that again.

Anonymous said...


No there's not. I can't get my brand of t-paper, been having to use the cheap stuff and that just chaps my butt. BBQ tofu for the liberals they are so stupid they won't know the difference.

Anonymous said...

Now we know meat is a disease food.

Anonymous said...

If you can't find T.P., just use your hand like I do.
Just for fun,you can sift out the peanuts that way.

Anonymous said...

Meat eating will be a luxury of the elite wealthy (and backyard coop owners) within 2 decades.

Enjoy it while it lasts plebs.

Retro ROCKER said...

10 28 YOU may be on to something. With HYPER INFLATION Beef will be Expensive. And the chicken people eat with the hormones

Anonymous said...

Is this the same as the ventilator shortage, so hyped by the media, that never transpired? Or toilet paper (you can get it now)? Or hospital beds (95% of overflow capacity in NYC not used)? Media fear mongering at its finest. Retail stores will be swimming in BBQ cuts by mid-June.

Clayton Bigsby said...

Ironic that Smithfield was purchased by the Zipperheads from China

Anonymous said...

Not really, that's where all the Meat will be going to China, while we're left with impossibly bad soybean burgers.