Barbecue station

Barbecue station

At Tony Ringtail’s 2011 Memorial Day barbecue in West Windsor, NJ.

This setup has everything. Grills, prep tables, coolers, hot pots, ingredients, salsa made on the spot, burgers, grilled veggies, grilled pineapple, shiny utensils and pans, a good arrangement… THIS is a barbecue.

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Coyoty eats BBQ chicken with curly fries and corn on the cob.

From the Corner Cafe at Tunxis Community College in Farmington, CT.

BBQ chicken with curly fries and corn on the cob

Coyoty eats pork with grilled cornbread.

At Seviche in Pittsburgh, PA in June.

Pork with grilled cornbread and root vegetables.

Conch fritters.

Caipirinha.

Seviche’s interior.

Seviche’s patio.

Coffee.

Seviche’s menus.

Coyoty eats a half-rack of baby back ribs.

At Wood -n- Tap in Rocky Hill, CT.


With sweet potato fries and cole slaw. I was told they would be fall-off-the-bone and I could eat them with knife and fork. I didn’t get to pick them up because the bones slipped right out, and I didn’t need a knife. I probably could have eaten them with a spoon. Good ribs.


Salad with blue cheese vinaigrette.


Ballast Point Grapefruit Sculpin and coffee.

Coyoty eats sweet & tangy Asian barbecue style pork chops with roasted potatoes & mixed vegetables.

From the Corner Cafe at Tunxis Community College in Farmington, CT.