Ribs fit for competition are different than most because of their perfect cut and glossy finish.   Josh "Tiny" Shade, owner of Tiny's Bar-B-Que in Beech Creek, produces slow smoked barbecue.  Shade also competes on the barbecue competition circut.  CDT/Nabil K. Mark
Ribs fit for competition are different than most because of their perfect cut and glossy finish. Josh "Tiny" Shade, owner of Tiny's Bar-B-Que in Beech Creek, produces slow smoked barbecue. Shade also competes on the barbecue competition circut. CDT/Nabil K. Mark
Ribs fit for competition are different than most because of their perfect cut and glossy finish. Josh "Tiny" Shade, owner of Tiny's Bar-B-Que in Beech Creek, produces slow smoked barbecue. Shade also competes on the barbecue competition circut. CDT/Nabil K. Mark

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