I don’t think Anchorage is a hot spot for BBQ. At least I am still looking. One place had the greasiest brisket I have ever had to endure. Most are just cook-it-in-the-oven-and-put-bbq-sauce-on-it establishments. I started working on my rub recipe when I remembered I could order Rudy’s.
I have to admit this was my favorite place for BBQ in Houston. We were a group of people calling ourselves the “League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Ladies”, High Performance Computing types who would meet once a month at Rudy’s Country Store and BBQ off NorthWest Freeway. It gave us an opportunity to talk nerd, discuss cutting edge research, and gave vendors a target audience while eating great bbq with our hands.
I ordered three bottles of Rudy’s BBQ rub and sause.