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Chimayo Joe

Steamboat Smokehouse - Steamboat Springs, CO

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I've only had sliced brisket and pulled pork from Steamboat Smokehouse, but I was surprised at how good it was. I went in expecting typical tourist town/tourist trap bbq, but it was far from that. The brisket was delicious, thick-sliced, and tender though unnaturally moist. Plenty of smoke on it which is how I like bbq. Pulled pork was good, too, but that's easy to get right.


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What sort of sauces do they do with the pork? In my part of the world it's next to find anything but the tomato/molasses variety, which can be good, but will never be my favorite.

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Sorry to say I don't recall what the sauces were like. My wife had a pulled pork sandwich, and I only had a bit of the meat. I was so surprised to run into brisket outside of central Texas that didn't need sauce that either the sauce has slipped my mind completely or I just didn't use it. I think they had two or three sauces available. Should have paid more attention. When I go there again(which will probably be quite awhile from now) I'm planning to try the ribs, and I'm sure I'll be using the sauces then.


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