Maybe it was because I didn't sit and eat until 10:30 PM, but the ribs I had at Dinosaur BBQ the other night tasted like someone poured propane on then, or rubbed them with full filled charcole or something... whats that about?
On BBQ, it can be a sign that someone is spraying on some kind of chemical smoke. I can't think why they'd be doing that at Dinosaur...?
If a sloppy line cook lets something catch on fire, it can have a propane/kerosene taste. Yuck.
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