If you are anything like me, you found yourself after your first child feeling somewhat guilty for returning to work after nine weeks of maternity leave. I ended up doing this five times. My children were my entire world and of course reminding myself hour after hour that I was in fact working for the well being of their lives, it helped the guilt to subside somewhat. What doesn't subside, are the things you face from not physically being with your children for eight hours a day. Surprisingly you come across issues when you are with them. The time crunch. Crunching for time. Wanting them to be in bed by 8 pm., but knowing you have homework to check, dinner to cook, clothes to wash, that deadline from the office, and now the mandatory story beef brisket in oven bag bedtime doesn't seem so mandatory anymore.
The menu is simple, but it won't disappoint. Starters include smoked bacon, sausage and cheese and smoked wings. Like ribs? Try a half or full rack. Prefer a sandwich? Try pulled pork, pulled chicken, crockpot brisket, sausage or a chicken thigh/leg - all come with coleslaw.
We were immediately seated and handed our menus. Smokey Bones has all of the usual BBQ fare such as baby back ribs, pulled pork, barbecued chicken, bbq brisket, etc. I decided on a combination platter or ribs and chicken that also includes two sides. It was only $15. So, I chose the baked beans and cole slaw. Meals also include Texas toast as well.
Gourmet 47 is actually a grocery store with take-out food options. If you don't want to do the typical eat-out experience then you can slow cooker bbq brisket always purchase food from the frozen-food section purchase a beverage from the beverage aisle checkout and warm it up in the microwave in your office. As I said, you can order hot food to go as well so you're not at the mercy of what's in each aisle.
Super "trash" bowl - When cooking, set a bowl next to your prep bbq beef rib recipe. This way, you could easily throw in veggie peel or unwanted broccoli stalks into the bowl and make one single trip to the trash bin. It's surprising how much time we spend walking back and forth to throw things out.