I hadn't eaten all day, so I ordered up an immense meat feast. I ended up with a three-meat Full Meal with fatty sliced brisket, sausage, and pulled pork, with Sweet Potater Tots and Hoppin' John on the side.
The Sweet Potater Tots are just what they sound like: tater tots made from sweet potatoes. My tots were crispy and sweet. The Hoppin' John, however, needs a little more explanation. Essentially, you've got black eyed peas, rice, and celery in a broth, which made it almost like a black eyed pea gumbo.
I started my chow down with the sausage. It was smokey and full of spice, and the casing had a great snap to it. The pulled pork was just a little dry and didn't have too much flavor, so this is where Peggy Sue's homemade bbq sauce came in handy. The brisket was spectacularly juicy and tender, probably because I selected a fatty cut over the lean.
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