Well, I'm going away for about a week. Or more. I'm not sure how long until I will be able to post again. But when I do, I will probably have a new Wing Review, and for sure I will have RIBFEST 2008 reviews.
So just hang in there, please!!!!
The meat was tender inside. I think if I had boiled the ribs
in apple juice it would have added a whole new dynamic level of flavour.
But that would be a lot of apple juice and I'm just not ready for that.
Ya, it got my bite of approval. It's no RIBFEST ribs, but
it was good enough to hold me over.
And I had leftovers too. And I made them into
2008 THE SCORE 3.0: Gabriel Pizza ~
Pizza joint, deep fried,
$6.99 for 10
$12.99 for 20
$17.99 for 30
Suicide was packing heat!
Medium – not very meaty, but reasonable size
Dripping to drowning, there was a ton of sauce
Crispy – almost a little too deep fried, but it was still good
Suicide tasted like 3rd Degree, only hotter!
None, but it is a pizza joint
I don’t know what the pizza is like
I loved the suicide sauce – chicken wasn’t special
The particular location I was at ( St Laurent Blvd) is much larger, and even has a patio. The crowds are mixed from families, the elderly, teens and everything in between. That's because there's a great menu, which has great side dishes, but is pretty much burgers as the main course. Some key appetizers include:
On this particular trip, I went with the Smokey Mountain with my side being the Bold Slaw.
It seems like a big process, and just trying to decide what patty, toppings and sides can take forever. Once you've ordered, it takes about 20 minutes for these thick burgers to be cooked, so a fast food burger these are not.
So simple, yet oh so good. You can make all sorts of variations. Don't feel like Buffalo hot sauce? What about BBQ? What about just seeing what the fast food chains are serving and make your own variations? But do it yourself because it is oh so easy. So good! Sure this isn't really my recipe or anything special on my part, but maybe your looking for a quick, easy and simple meal or snack. That's what I'm here for, that's my service to you. Enjoy.
Spicy bbq sauce
PRICE & BOTTLE SIZE:
PC has so many
Sugar, water, tomato paste, white vinegar, salt, spices (contain chipotle peppers), brown sugar, modified corn starch, canola and/or soybean oil, natural flavour, onion and garlic powder, caramel colour, coffee, beer, tamarind extract, bourbon, mustard flour, xanthan gum
“A bold and flavourful sauce with a touch of smokiness, ideal for chicken, ribs, pork and beef”
-One chili heat mark
-smokey, tomato and I say coffee, but that’s might be because I read coffee in the ingredients
-see above with a hint of spice
Very tasty, a great BBQ sauce
There may not be any heat, but it’s a damn good sauce
2008 THE SCORE 3.0: Summerhays Grill ~
Dusted, deep fried
$7.50 for 1lb (approx 10 wings)
$12 for 2lb
Heat had a sour tingle, but suicide had nothing to it
-hot was almost dripping 2.5
-suicide was thick 2
-BBQ barely had sauce 1.5
AVERAGE of 3: 2
Deep fried breading makes the skin pretty crisp, for the most part
-hot was sour but not bad 1
-suicide was not tasty 0
-BBQ was good 2
AVERAGE of 3: 1
One wetnap, 2 napkins, one small plate
$0.35 a wing, everyday, 2pm-
The wings have potential, but it wasn’t really worth it to me
Before I get into the 3 sauces, let me describe the meat itself. First, I was surprised at the size of the wings. I had read a few comments that said the wings were small, but these were large and looked meaty. I had order 10 wings of each, expecting tiny wings! I felt a little gluttonous siting there with 3 big baskets all to myself.
Despite their large size, added to slightly by their dusting, these morsels were kinda chewy. I'm pretty sure they were frozen wings, that had been thawed and then cooked. This really disappointed me as they could have been great.
They were pretty saucy, so I was happy about that. Well, the hot was pretty saucy anyway.