|Rib teams from left to right- Hawg's Gone Wild, Gator BBQ, Camp 31, and Silver Bullet
|Rib teams from left to right - Uncle Sam's BBQ, Crabby's BBQ, and Bibb's BBQ
There were 7 rib teams showcasing their best ribs, pulled pork, and BBQ chicken. This was my 3rd time to Barrie's Ribfest. Last year, we tried Camp 31 from Alabama. The ribs were delicious, but this year we wanted to try something new, so we went to Crabby's BBQ, a team from Ontario, Canada.
|Here, on display, are the trophies won by Crabby's BBQ!
|Here, you can see one of the team members basting a rack of ribs with their famous sauce.
|Mmm! I wish you could smell the smoky, BBQ goodness in the air!
|These are called butterfly fries - very crispy and highly addictive!
I would like to share with you some pictures of Barrie's Centennial Park, overlooking Kempenfelt Bay...
|The gazebo where we ate our dinner.
I hope you enjoyed reading today's post. We had a wonderful time at the Ribfest and can't wait to do it all over again, next year! Unfortunately, I still don't know who won, as I wasn't at the festival yesterday. I should find out soon, as I'm sure it will be announced in tomorrow's newspaper. Have a great day and thank you for stopping in! xo