I am a foodie through and through and I guarantee you haven’t eaten as good as me. Here is what I did on Memorial Day and hope to repeat on the 4th of July.
I’m the skinniest fat man you will ever meet. I eat all day. I love all food. No freaking joke, I’m like that little Asian dude that wins all of the hot dog eating contests (No dick jokes). I grew up poor so I am certainly not picky, but I’ll tell you when its good and tell you when its bad.
Being a Southern boy who has been in the north for the past 10 years, I am on the ever constant quest for the best BBQ in New England. Recently, I came pretty damn close when I was graciously handed the invitation to visit Dr. Frankenswine at his family’s home for one of his biannual back yard BBQ competitions.
I first enjoyed some of Frankenswine’s deliciously murdered pig out of a food truck in Chatham Cape Cod and sniffed out the headquarters to sample more. Upon arriving at what we thought would be a restaurant, we fell into the midst of a hardcore, BBQ purist foodie haven.
The results were phenomenal and lucky for me they were short a judge. 10 teams of competitors went toe to toe for 6 hours competing in 6 categories on the hour every hour. Ribs, brisket, wings, you name it. They even had 3 types of beans and lobster rolls from bugs that were picked out of the bay that morning. and I was in absolute paradise with nothing to do but stuff my face and work on my beater tan.
What you see here isn’t much, but some of the rare shots I was able to snatch with the wife’s BBQ covered Iphone while balancing a bottomless plate of ribs and a cup of Yuengling (Yeah. thats right. They had a keg of Yuengling. On Cape Cod).
An all terrain cooker for the adventurous griller.
Pork tenderloin that was out of this world.
Apparently they had moose knuckle on the menu, too.
7 types of wings, all equally delicious. One of them tasted like a nature valley apple granola bar filled with juicy, succulent chicken.