Friday, September 17, 2010

Where there is smoke

There just might be BBQ.

We were on our way to Pittsburgh. On 522 in West Virginia. And all of the sudden the Fella slammed on the brakes and flew into a little gravel parking lot.

There was smoke.
And there was definitely BBQ.
And it was time for lunch.



BBQ 2



BBQ

We were so glad we stopped. The smell was heavenly. The sandwiches were divine. A wonderful pulled pork with a sauce that reminded you of Brunswick stew. Mike would not tell us what was in it. But I have two jars to help me figure it out.

Timber Ridge Grocery- World Famous BBQ
Mike & Becky Shepherd
12261 Valley Road
Berkeley Springs, West Virginia 25411
304.886.5162
Pork/Chicken/Ribs
call for orders


If you are ever in the area it's a must. The old building is around 130 years old and was once a post office and also a general store. You know I love those.

8 comments:

Cheyenne said...

BBQ is one of the wonders of the USA. It changed my life the first time my lips touched the stuff.

It seems to me that every BBQ joint we always stopped it is 'World Famous...' I think it's part of it's charm!

Low Tide High Style said...

YUM! My niece goes to college in WVA so I might have to look this place up!

P.S. Your pics no longer show up on my blog roll. They say that this pic is no longer available and then the flickr logo...??? And it's been that way for your last few posts.

Kat :)

Kim's Treasures said...

We love bbq!!!! Your pictures are fabulous!!! I need a new camera!

Denise said...

now i'm hungry.

i thought it was only west coast people who call it bbq? i thought "you people" (anyone not from the west coast) called it grilled.

and here is a question- why isn't virginia referred to as "east virginia?" i think that should be changed.

Brenda Kula said...

It looks wonderful!
Brenda

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

Does anything smell as good as BBQ when you drive by? I love your blog. I'm new to blogging and its so much fun reading about other peoples lives and regions. Please visit my new blog and perhaps become a follower.P.S. I would love a place to dry my quilts like your fence. Really enjoyed my visit!!!

Farmchick said...

What a cute place--love it! Hope you are doing well. Please stop by when you can. :)

Kathie Truitt said...

Don't you just love quaint, sweet little places like this?