I stopped by that trailer tonight.
Seems to be a couple of young gentlemen of Greek descent. They offer ribs, chicken, pulled pork and shish kabobs. Sides are fries or pilaf. The menu has a couple other items as well.
I talked to them for a few minutes as I stood out in the cold. They had never heard of UtahBBQA. In fact, they had only started up the business 3 days ago...Monday?
Anyway, they DID get the rig from Mike in Tooele. Looks decent enough. Interesting looking cooker, a rotisserie job. Couldn't really get close enough to it, though, to check it out much.
I ordered some ribs and fries, and while I was talking with one of the guys - he seemed to be in charge, and dumb me didn't ask his name! - he offered a piece of his "BBQ". I accepted, and he took a piece of flatbread and pulled a cooked chunk of pork off of a skewer over the box-type grill and handed it to me. This chunk of pork was very nicely done. Great aroma, nice tenderness and great flavor. I'd go back for more.
The ribs...well, the ribs were edible. After you've been cooking your own for a while, and have judged a comp or two, or sampled experiments and trial runs from top cooks, you get a bit jaded. Jaded to the point that almost no restaurant fare will be good enough. These ribs had an odd pinkish hue inside, nice smoke aroma but almost no smoke flavor. The flavor of the seasoning was so subtle as to be almost non-existant. Interesting sauce, too, which they applied to the meat rather than on the side. I think they would have obliged a request for sauce on the side instead, though, but I didn't speak up for wanting to see what they do normally.
The fries, though...the fries were to-die-for. Cut fresh at the time of order and tossed into the fryer until beyond golden brown (I'm the guy that likes burnt potato chips, too) with just the right amount of salt. Excellent. I'd go back for more of those, too.
The rib order had 4 big bones and nearly a pound of fries, garnished with a few pickle slices and a couple tomato slices, which I thought was a little odd - not to mention expensive for garnish. $8.00
They seemed to be doing a decent business, too. There were 3 cars when I got there, and 2 more came after me while I waited, all of which took about 15 minutes.
If you're in the neighborhood, stop on in.
Get your smoke on...