Originally Posted by Dallas Dan
No they aren't. I've tried his ribs several times and found them to be over cooked and the flavor just OK. Brisket is definitely his specialty.
Yeah, I have to agree. My notes from my visit had some interesting phrases to describe Franklin Barbecue's ribs that I won't post. But, I wasn't impressed by most of the pork ribs I had in central Texas with the exception of Snow's BBQ ribs. Those ribs were pretty tasty because of the way they cook them.
Snow's BBQ cooks their ribs directly over coals which is much more of a Southeastern style so that may explain why I liked them the best.