"Are you getting a picture of your pre-heart attack?"
The guy in line behind me thought he was joking.
Holy Smoke BBQ, featuring Porter's of Tacoma and Dixie's of Bellevue, was out of everything but beef and chicken. I'm a pork man but I settled for the barbecued beef sandwich, with a bag of Lay's potato chips, $9.75.
Apparently, the cheap-seats Holy Smoke stand was almost out of meat, too: My amply-stacked sandwich had enough fat to float. Which might come in handy if the rain persists.
I liked the barbecue sauce. The presence of real onions and peppers rescued it from being generic.