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    On the road and need some quick advice

    Anybody who has been to Big Bob Gibson's, what is the one thing I should get as a first-timer? I'm passing by Decatur, AL in a couple of hours and plan to stop in. TIA.

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    Mt first thought was the white sauced chicken....

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    • Skelly
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      This would probably be accurate. I live in Alabama, have only eaten there once, but the chicken was top notch. You can get good pulled pork in a lot of places, but they invented the white bbq sauce on chicken.

    • richinlbrg
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      Agree with Jerod, but maybe they have a sampler plate.

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    I ended up getting the Big Bob Gibson sampler plate with chicken leg quarter, ribs and pulled pork. I tasted the white sauce they had on the table before ordering and didn't much like it, so I didn't want to go straight chicken for the meal. Really tangy and just overpowering straight from the bottle. The chicken they brought out had just a light coating of it, and it was pretty darned good.

    The pulled pork was exactly the way I like it. The kids loved it and said it was like what I cook at home. They really know how to butter up their old man! I may have made pulled pork that good on my best day ever, and this was probably just ordinary by their standards.

    I saved the ribs for last. Oh, man, those ribs... hands down the best I have ever eaten.

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    • Jerod Broussard
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      Sauce nekkid many times fools ya.

    • richinlbrg
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      Thanks for the update, Steve R. ! I was going to ask this morning.

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    My cook today.

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    • Mr. Bones
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      Great Lookin' Cook!
      Pull yerself two, mebbe three 'attaboys' outta th' Petty Ca$h drawer, Amigo!!!

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