Very good as always, UPS miss routed my first order and would do nothing to help get the order on time for a birthday celebration. It arrive 3 days late and had to be thrown out. UPS does not was horrible in the customer service department but Foods-direct took care it and sent a replacement order. Good food and a good deal.
Saint Augustine, FL
The ribs weren't that good at all. Their taste and texture was like that of "processed" meats and not to our liking or expectations, especially considering the price.
I will say I was alittle afraid to order. But no regrets at all. The best ribs and pulled pork we have ever had. It was the hit of the party. I will be ordering again soon. Try it you will not regret it.. WONDERFUL *****
Better than I thought they would be. Very generous portions. My family and guests loved them. I will never cook ribs again. These are my go-to entertaining and gifting. Shipped when promised.
Must say that these were some of the BEST ribs I have ever eaten.Meaty Juicy and full of flavor. I will be ordering again and soon.
Central BBQ is the best! Forget Rendezvous! I go to Central when I'm in town.
First-class from the packaging, shipping, and delivery to the quality of the ribs. Ribs were perfect. Moist, meaty, and just the right amount of smoke and rub. I usually favor wet ribs, but I am really starting to appreciate Memphis dry rub ribs. Central BBQ makes some of the best. Have not tried the Pulled Pork yet, saving it for the 4th of July.
All barbecue from Central BBQ is fully cooked, vacuum sealed, and frozen before shipping to ensure freshness and quality. It is shipped in an insulated container with frozen gel packs. Depending upon the time of year, shipping destination, and temperatures, it may arrive from between partially frozen to fully thawed. It can be stored frozen and vacuum sealed for up to 6 months. Thawed, it is best consumed within 3 days. We recommend thawing in the refrigerator rather than at room temperature.
<br> Loin Back Ribs: To warm your ribs, preheat your oven to 325º F. Remove the ribs from the vacuum-sealed bag and place them in the provided foil-lined bag. Place the bag directly on the center rack of the oven and heat for a maximum of 15 minutes. <br> Pulled Pork: To warm the pulled pork, submerge the unopened vacuum-sealed bag in a pot of boiling water for about 15 minutes. Using tongs, carefully remove the bag from the pot and set it on a large bowl or platter. Cut the bag open with scissors, taking care to avoid the steam, and scoop out the moist meat. Pulled pork comes in large chunks to retain moisture. We recommend that you pull the pork apart further after reheating.