The air all around the friendly country wood-frame house is redolent of smoke; in fact the smoker is right out on an open-air patio (there's indoor seating, too). It is that smoke that gives a glow to the gentle-textured baby back rib meat that pulls from the bone in big, juicy ribbons with only the slightest pressure. The most smoke flavor can be savored in the Woodyard's burnt ends, available in a sandwich or, the day I visited, as the topping for chili.
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By: Parabellum
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