September 01, 2005
Ernest Kinsey of Big Ernies Rib Shack
by lyle e davis
Great BBQ creates great legends. Kansas City is known for great BBQ . . . as is Memphis, Dalls-Ft. Worth . . .New Orleans.
What about North San Diego County?
There are but a few areas where you can find outstanding BBQ'd ribs and beef. But, there's also the opportunity for you to become a legendary BBQ chef
If you're in a mood to sit back and enjoy the smell of sweet aromas coming from a great rib house, or a barbecue pit in the back yard, waiting for the feast to begin, just sitting back and enjoying life as it was surely meant to be enjoyed, then read on. You are about to learn where to go, what to do, and how best to enjoy 'the better things in life."
A new entry on the scene is a mobile facility, Big Ernies Rib Shack.
Big Ernies Rib Shack on
E. Valley Parkway, Escondido
A handsome, spotlessly clean mobile cabin with an ultra modern cooker capable of cooking 400 lbs of ribs in a day, this unit can be found on weekends at The Stand, a fruit/produce stand on East Valley Parkway, just before it becomes Valley Center Road. He arrives at 10am, is ready to serve about noon. You can find ribs, both pork and beef, pork and beef sandwiches, beef brisket, chicken, and soft drinks.
Owned by Ernest Kinsey of Escondido, this facility also caters parties and other events. They also have family packs with packages that will feed anywhere from a family of 6-8 up to a group as large as 100.
They can be reached at 432.9553, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We've eaten at the business cited in this story and we can vouch for them. They're good. Mighty good.