Joe's KC Ribs, Brisket & Burnt Ends

Joe’s Kansas City BBQ has not only stood out on a local level, but on a national platform as well. Over the years, Joe’s has been named Top Roadside Eatery in the country by the Travel Channel and “Nation’s Best BBQ” by USA Today. Their original gas station location may appear nondescript, but one thing we know is that there is nothing ordinary about Joe’s BBQ.

It’s hard to find a combo that’s more Kansas City than this one; Joe’s nationally-acclaimed ribs, legendary sliced brisket, and authentic Kansas City burnt ends.

$96.99

Joe’s Kansas City BBQ has not only stood out on a local level, but on a national platform as well. Over the years, Joe’s has been named Top Roadside Eatery in the country by the Travel Channel and “Nation’s Best BBQ” by USA Today. Their original gas station location may appear nondescript, but one thing we know is that there is nothing ordinary about Joe’s BBQ.

It’s hard to find a combo that’s more Kansas City than this one; Joe’s nationally-acclaimed ribs, legendary sliced brisket, and authentic Kansas City burnt ends.

More Details

Each Ribs, Brisket & Burnt Ends package serves 4 people and includes:

  • 1 Slab Pork spare ribs
  • 1 lb. Sliced brisket
  • 1 lb. Chopped beef burnt ends
  • 1 Bottle of Joe’s Kansas City Bar-B-Que Sauce (14.5 oz.)

Ingredients

This product is gluten and MSG free

Instructions / Storage

  • All meats are fully cooked, frozen, vacuum-sealed and carefully packed with dry ice. It is normal for the dry ice to evaporate in shipping and cause the meat to partially thaw
  • Upon arrival, reheat, refrigerate or freeze immediately immediately. The package can be kept in the refrigerator for 3 days or in the freezer for up to 1 year.
  • To serve, place meats in the refrigerator to thaw for at least 24 hours. Follow instructions below to reheat. A complete reheat guide is also included in every shipment

Best Reheating Method for Ribs

  • Place vacuum sealed package(s) in the refrigerator to thaw for at least 24 hours prior to reheating
  • Remove the ribs from the package(s) and wrap with foil (To prevent sticking, spray foil lightly with cooking spray.) Then place the wrapped ribs on a rimmed cookie sheet in a 350F preheated oven for 15 minutes.
  • After 15 minutes, turn the the ribs over and continue to heat for an additional 15 minutes
  • Next, remove from foil and place back in the oven for an additional 5 minutes, or until an internal temperature of 155°F degrees has been reached
  • To serve, place ribs on a cutting board, bone side (underside) facing up. Using a sharp chef’s knife, cut between each bone. Once all bones are separated, flip the entire slab back over and serve
  • Brush with barbecue sauce before serving, if desired

Best Reheating Methods for Burnt Ends

Hot Water Method (Recommended for 2 pounds or less of burnt ends)

  • Place vacuum sealed package(s) in the refrigerator to thaw at least 24 hours prior to reheating
  • For 1 pound of burnt ends, place 3 quarts of water in an 8-quart sauce pan or stock pot. For 2 pounds, use 4 quarts of water
  • Bring the water to a boil. Then place the entire vacuum sealed package(s) of burnt ends in the pot and turn off the heat (Don’t worry; the plastic package(s) is specifically designed to withstand the heat.) Remove the pot from the hot burner
  • Let package sit in hot water for 15 minutes
  • With tongs, remove package(s) from water. Cut open, remove burnt ends and serve

Oven Method (Recommended for 3 or more pounds of burnt ends)

  • Place vacuum sealed package(s) in the refrigerator to thaw at least 24 hours prior to reheating
  • Remove burnt ends from package(s) and place in a single layer in a baking pan. For every pound of burnt ends, place 1 ounce of water in the pan. Wrap the pan with foil.
  • Heat in a 350F preheated oven for 20-25 minutes. Then, remove foil and serve

Best Reheating Method for Brisket

Hot Water Method (Recommended for 2 pounds or less of sliced brisket)

  • Place vacuum sealed package(s) in the refrigerator to thaw for at least 24 hours prior to reheating
  • For 1 pound of brisket, place 3 quarts of water in a large sauce pan or stock pot. For 2 pounds, use 4 quarts of water
  • Bring the water to a boil. Then, place the entire vacuum sealed package(s) of brisket in the pot and turn off the heat (Don’t worry; the plastic package(s) is specifically designed to withstand the heat.) Remove the pot
    from the hot burner
  • Let brisket sit in hot water for 10 minutes
  • With tongs, remove vacuum sealed package(s) from the water and carefully remove brisket from package(s). The brisket is ready to serve

Shipping Details

  • Items are prepared fresh and shipped directly from the shop
  • Joe’s Kansas City Bar-B-Que ships Monday to Thursday of each week
  • Orders cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes.
  • Orders shipped to Alaska and Hawaii via 2-day will incur an additional $20 charge or $35 for Overnight Shipping.