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miss.foodie | Jun 20, 201111:24 AM     21

JoJo's BBQ is finally up and running. I found out about JoJo's awhile back on the post about Food Trucks in Calgary. She's been open for a couple of weeks now. She's located in the parking lot of Barbecues Galore on Edmonton Trail. I stopped by a couple of days ago for lunch. It's too bad there's no real place to sit down to eat but that didn't bother us. It was raining that day so we just sat in our car to eat.

I had the snack rack of ribs and it was really good. I could really taste the smokiness in the meat. Her corn fritters were a big hit as well! They were like falafels excepts made with cornmeal and real corn kernels. The fritters were my favourite item. I also tried the garlic fries. They were as good as the ones that I used to have at Palomino's. As a side note, Jody the owner of JoJo's is formerly of Palomino's Smokehouse. She's also got Griddle Mac N' Cheese. I'm going to try that out next time.

http://bbqcalgary.com/

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