If you ever have to choose between a full rack of ribs or a half rack of ribs for three or four people, always go for the half rack of ribs, even if everyone gets only one rib (which is very unlikely in a half rack). It’s much better than ordering a full rack, everyone having five ribs and no one gets to try the barbecue chicken, collard greens, mac and cheese, brisket, or shrimp po because everyone agreed it would be too much food.

In addition, I enjoy a whiskey sour before a meal, but not during. I don’t like drinking while I eat (unless it’s beer or wine).

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