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good dry ribs in Baltimore?

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  • sam Feb 12, 2002 03:22 PM
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suggestions please?

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  1. In Laurel and Annapolis they have a Red Hot and Blue barbecue restaurant. These folks are from Memphis, which in my opinion has the best dry ribs. Here is a link--locations are there.

    http://www.redhotandblue.com/

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    1. re: Johnlw

      My wife and our two very young children make a regular visit to Red Hot and Blue (or as my son likes to call it, The Dancing Pig Restaurant) about once every 10 days. We get the dry rub plate for two, an onion loaf, 2 beers and 2 milks, and it feeds all four of us very affordably.

      And yeah, their dry rub ribs are *really* good.

      Dave

    2. andy nelson's! andy nelson's! andy nelson's!

      andy nelson's southern pit bbq, 11007 york road, cockeysville, 410-527-1226

      not quite dry as in smoked only with dry-rub seasonings, but these are true hickory *smoked* -- not pre-boiled -- ribs and absolutely wonderful. much drier than most ribs round these parts, tho the house memphis bbq sauce is terrific -- a dish of sauce comes with the order. sides are good too -- cornbread and baked beans especially.

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      1. re: trix

        [homer voice] ummmmmmm....Andy Nelson's......grhgrhgrhgrhgrhghrghr [/homer voice]