Most ppl on this site haven't got a clue how restaurants prepare their menu. They have never been in a restaurant kitchen.
Just like the original poster to this topic who thought most BBQ trucks smoked their ribs in a truck
You can tell all the posters on this site who said they love Tony Romas ribs.....
Or the hundreds who walk into a TV BBQ Pitmasters restaurant near me
they are eating oven baked liquid smoked ribs.
BTW the next time you eat pasta in a high volumn restaurant, enjoy it cuz it's been cooked a day or 3 before. You can also enjoy the warm rolls and butter that have been on a previous diners table along with the salad from a big bowl who everyone puts their hands into. Yum. The list goes on and on.
And, thats from a "good" restaurant.
But.....you already knew that.
Last edited by Motley Q; 02-21-2013 at 07:16 PM..