How BAD is STORE BOUGHT BBQ?? Is it any good?? Watch and see!

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“Broken Reality” Kevin MacLeod (
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As most of you already know my local Dollar Tree, Family Dollar, Dollar General or Walmart stores are my own personal adult playgrounds. I shop at these stores to find food that is generally highly processed, full of fillers and simply bad for us to eat regularly! Meat, vegetables, canned food, frozen food, refrigerated food, boxed food, vegan food, vegetarian food and all sorts of prepared foods, if it’s cheap and questionable I will do a taste test and food review on it! I also show you these foods are no bargain like these discount stores and manufacturers lead you to believe. I do this to show you that fresh foods are not only healthier, but they’re also cheaper than these so called bargain foods. So far I haven’t gotten sick, but some of these foods are certainly questionable and have come close to making me sick.


41 replies
  1. Steve Logan
    Steve Logan says:

    Yep, the only store bought brand of pork bbq i have ever got is a brand called curly's. Comes in a couple of flavors, i prefer the hickory smoke. I bbq quite a bit at home, so from experience i say if you buy that brand, is in the cooler section of grocery aisle in a plastic tub, you will definetely not be disappointed. Is better than some bbq places i have eaten at.


    STOP SAYING GLUTEN FREE!!! You're just feeding all the hypochondriac trolls that think that gluten makes them sick and all the bastards that are pulling the gluten out of their food and making it taste like complete crap! Every time you say gluten-free you feed this neurosis and make another kind of food in the world taste like shit and I have buy it, taste it and throw it in the garbage!
    I've had Curly's BBQ ribs from the store, they were horrible! Lloyd's BBQ ribs seem to be the best so far but there are too tender, if that makes any sense. I want a little texture and grain to my meat.

  3. Mer Minnow
    Mer Minnow says:

    My mother has made some wonderful crock pot barbeque. Especially her pulled pork. She makes it for the holidays and it's honestly some of the best in my (majorly southern) family

  4. Norman Morgan
    Norman Morgan says:

    When I was a kid in Nashville nearly 60 years ago, there was a local brand of packaged BBQ pork that was nearly restaurant quality. Byron’s BBQ came frozen in little aluminum foil trays, like the pot pies of old, but rectangular. Uncrimp the lid, pop it in the oven for a while (long before microwaves), and enjoy. My mom loved good BBQ and she thought it was the only packaged pork fit to eat. The sauce was vinegar based and subtly applied. The product was lean and thoroughly smoked.

  5. Goldenkitten1
    Goldenkitten1 says:

    Check out Corky's if you ever have a chance. For a larger "chain" (if like eight stores count as a chain) it has acceptable mid-priced BBQ for those of us who can't get to Memphis. More on point they have frozen in supermarkets and while I'd take real BBQ any day of the week, if I'm picking frozen there's no competition.

  6. DR Dan
    DR Dan says:

    Overly salty dog food.  WTF  It takes time to make good BBQ and a crock pot is not the way to do it.  A decent smoker is the way to go.  Just put the meat on and go about off day chores around the house checking now and again.  I catch Boston Butts on sale and smoke up a few.  Freeze in zip locks and your good to go for several months.

  7. Monroville
    Monroville says:

    3:25 "I think I put more than the 5.3 ounces, but you go big or you go home"

    But… you're already home.

    And as far as Curly goes, it looks like he put more effort into the packaging that what's in it.


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