Deal of a Day: Wacky Rib Wednesday during Red Cow in Fort Lauderdale – New Times Broward
March 11, 2015 - bbq set
Photo by Candace WestThe Red Cow in Fort Lauderdale serves adult a special understanding on ribs any Wednesday.Barbecue in South Florida is removing better. And, propitious for us, that means copiousness of assets are in effect.
Set in a former site of Texas Hold ‘Em BBQ, a Red Cow in Fort Lauderdale is one such spot. Brought to we from a creators of Coconut’s, Foxy Brown, and GB Oyster, owners Elliot Wolf has combined a grill grill that offers an extraordinary array of animal parts, artistic sauces, and finger-licking-good sides.
The restaurant’s Texas-born chef, Steve Shockey, spends days marinating and smoking his high-quality cuts of beef in an try to compound together a juxtaposing ‘cue palates that make adult South Florida.
And, on Wednesday, Red Cow offers a good understanding on a pig gangling ribs.
When it comes to opposite styles and cuts of ribs, this Fort Lauderdale grill corner is during a tip of roughly any list. In fact, New Times even gave them a respect of “best barbecue” in a 2014 book of a annual Best Of awards final June.
Here, a bony, smoked beef is served adult like you’ve never seen before. Shockey spent weeks cooking some-more than 1,000 pounds of beef in an try to ideal his recipe and method.
Each week, there’s a special assets we can’t pass up: Wacky Rib Wednesday, when we can get a full apportionment of Shockey’s dry-rubbed and smoked pig gangling rib snack with a side for $12.
The offer is good all day long, and includes a choice of sides including cowboy potatoes, corn on a cob, and honeyed potato forage for lunch, or coleslaw, fries, onion tumbleweed, deviled eggs, boiled Brussels sprouts, hush puppies, bbq baked beans, and unfeeling for dinner.
Although they aren’t partial of Wacky Rib Wednesday, additional rib selections embody built beef ribs (Wagyu beef brushed with pomegranate molasses), flanken beef ribs (braised and smoked brief ribs), and baby behind pig ribs (dry-rubbed and steamed with beer).
Of course, if you’re looking for some-more than only ribs, Red Cow has we covered. Lone Star-style brisket? Yes. Carolina pulled pork? Got it. Kansas City sauce? You (and your food) are good to go.
Red Cow is located during 1025 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-652-1524, or visit, redcowftl.com.
Nicole Danna is a food blogger covering Broward and Palm Beach counties. To get a latest in food and splash news in South Florida, follow her @SoFloNicole or find her latest food pics on Clean Plate’s Instagram.