You know you are in Kansas City when you can go through the wooden doors to enjoy burnt ends and walk next door to the window to get frozen custard.
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Beautiful wooden doors! So glad you made it safely and are enjoying your time in Kansas exploring new sights!
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What are burnt ends?
The wonderful pointed end of a beef brisket. There is only a small amount for each brisket so many times they are not available. They truly are delicious. 🙂
Thanks, Judy. I thought it must be something like that.
Hope this means you made it safely and are having a great time! Don’t forget to have a beer (or 2) for all of us!
Yum! Burnt ends and frozen custard!
Great doors and what could easily be my favorite meal on earth. Yum!
Nice ones – I’ve gone ahead and added it to the link-up list 😉
Ooh! I will have some vanilla with somethin fruity, thanks! 😛
Wooden doors are my favorite! No matter where they stand:) Have a great weekend! “See” you soon:)
I’m wondering what burnt ends might be Judy?! 😀 Delighted to see you’ve got a dessert available to you afterwards! (I think you should start a whole new strand of Thursday Doors which could be entitled Thursday Doors & Deli? or maybe Thursday Doors and Donuts?!! 😀 😀 )
Burnt ends are the pointed end of a smoked beef brisket that is cooked longer than the rest, but because of the fat content it doesn’t get dry just a little darker. It is delicious and makes a wonderful sandwich or just eaten alone with side of beans, coleslaw, etc. You can’t find it everywhere so when you do, it is special. Yes, maybe I should specialize on doors and food. I’m going to have to give that some thought. 🙂
Don’t think I’ve ever heard or seen burnt ends Judy – I shall have to ask MrH who is a bit of a foodie! PS Doors and food would be perfect I think! 🙂
Here’s what Wikipedia has to say about burnt ends:
“Burnt ends are flavorful pieces of meat cut from the point half of a smoked brisket. A traditional part of Kansas City barbecue, burnt ends are considered a delicacy in barbecue cooking. Either the entire brisket is cooked whole, then the point end removed and cooked further, or the point and flat are separated prior to cooking. Due to the higher fat content of the brisket point, it takes longer to fully cook to tender and render out fat and collagen. This longer cooking gave rise to the name “burnt ends”. Sometimes when the flat is done, the point is returned to the smoker for further cooking. Some cooks re-season the point at this time.
Kansas City style burnt ends are usually served cubed with sauce either on top or on the side. A “proper” burnt end should display a modest amount of “bark” or char on at least one side. Burnt ends can be served alone (sometimes smothered in barbecue sauce) or in sandwiches, as well as in a variety of other dishes, including baked beans and gumbo.”
KC does have great BBQ! Have fun, Judy.
When I was in KC briefly I went to Arthur Bryant’s and was surprised that I didn’t especially like the BBQ. I guess BBQ is a matter of personal taste, like religion.
Yes, personal taste because some has a vinegar base and some has more molasses. Although Arthur Bryant’s is loved by the masses, it is not one of our favorites either. Good thing there are lots to choose from. 🙂
You clearly have some gallery design tools that I lack. I love your pictures sliced at an angle! Makes everything more interesting!
I’m glad you liked it. The secret tool is an app on my phone which I only use for posting when traveling. Maybe I need to change it up now and then. 🙂
I hope you are enjoying the burnt ends and ….I’d love the frozen custard! I know nothing about Kentucky so I look forward to some more photos.
More photos to come. 🙂 We were able to enjoy the frozen custard twice, and it was delicious both times. Of course this week, I’ll be trying to up my walking to compensate for all the good food I enjoyed. 🙂
we are going to Italy soon, so I’ll be doing a lot of walking and a lot of eating!!
Beautiful wooden doors!! 💜💛
I had to look up burnt ends. They sound yummy!
Oh my goodness, yes. 🙂
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