Anne Arundel Pit Beef Tour
Need some help. My wife thinks I'm crazy, but I've convinced her to go on a Pit Beef tour of our county. I want to try four different places in the county. My question is...should we buy the sandwiches and try them all at the same time, or should we taste each one at each place while its nice and warm? I am thinking buy a sandwich at each place ( splitting between four) med rare with just tiger sauce. Going to...
Expressway Pit Beef in Odenton (West county and our local place)
Arundel VFD in Davidsonville (Central)
Bayside BBQ in Edgewater (South)
and if time permits...
Beefalo Bobs in Pasadena (North)
I've had three of the four already, but I saw that the VFD was doing pit beef this Saturday and I thought about the Pit Beef Tour.
Any suggestions? (Besides adding Baltimore into the mix)
107 Mountain Rd, Pasadena, MD 21122
Expressway Pit Beef
8388 Piney Orchard Pkwy, Odenton, MD 21113
re: Terrie H.
Well, you may want to have the same stuff on each sandwich too, as well as eat them in your car where you buy em. My go to spots are Express Pit, and Beefalow Bob's on Sunday's!
You may want to check out the A&W truck on 175 just across the BW Parkway. He makes a nice Pit too. Just tell him you want it Baltimore style: Raw Onion/Horseradish/Mayo. Salt & Pepper is up to you.
Oh, remember to ask for Medium, or well done [too dry for me]. That medium can be pretty broadly cooked, from just right to well done to still moo ing at some places.
Now where is the VFW place located?
Try Jumpers Grill on Ritchie Hwy (where the BJ's is). Pretty good. No fat, juicy and nice flavor.
" (A) My wife thinks I'm crazy, but (B) I've convinced her to go on a Pit Beef tour"
The two are not mutually exclusive.
You must eat the sandwiches as fresh as possible. Warm juicy thin slices of beef don't stay that way for long, and reconstituting them will change rare or medium rare to something undesirable.