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Jill-O | Jun 1, 2004 04:38 PM

LOW (Laid Off Workers) BBQ ("Serving you with 15 years in the semiconductor industry!" heh) is just amazing stuff. The beef brisket is righteous and the ribs are rockin' (I prefer the pork, but they have lamb on Sat. at PSU.)

On Friday I left work early to run some errands before going away for the weekend. I walked over the Hawthorne Bridge and decided to get some brisket from LOW's stand on the corner of SE Hawthorne and SE 6th (note: ONLY OPEN 11am-2pm, or until they sell out). For $7 I got some amazing (Painted Hills) brisket (sauce on the side), pickle chips and a pickled cabbage slaw that I really enjoyed, twice - I ate my fill and then put the rest away in the fridge.

I came back yesterday from a great camping weekend around 4pm and pulled the leftover Q out of the fridge for a quick spin in the micro. It was every bit as delicious as it was on Friday...and the slaw was even better! I actually thought about this stuff sitting in my fridge while I was's that good.

Heck, that brisket is ambrosial!!!

Folks, they are at the Saturday PSU Farmers' Market too. Do yourselves a favor and seek them out.

Rodney and Kyle - you guys are BBQ geniuses! Thanks for raising the bar on Q in PDX!

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