Bubba's Q Bar-B-Q on Shark Tank
|Patented Proccess to De-Bone Bar-B-Q Baby Back Ribs|
by Al "Bubba" Baker former NFL Star
According to Al's Wiki Page He was also won Defensive Rookie of the Year back in 1978. Hmm, I wonder if He remembers playing the Denver Broncos around that time. If he does, I most likely was there and doing anything but rooting for his team. LOL, no offense but I was a major Broncos Fan and actually worked at the Coliseum during all the Home Games. I was one of those kids selling racks of usually soda because I could sell them faster than most other products which we were paid a commission on. Always making sure my quota was filled (to get into the next Home Game) before half time was over, my work shirt would mysteriously disappear and I had the rest of the game to be a Fan. It was kind of a creative idea making a little pocket change and making sure I could always go the home games for free.
So what is it that makes Bubba's Q Boneless Baby Back Ribs so unique?It's all in the bones baby, or a lack thereof which makes Bubba' Q baby Back Ribs so unique.
Al has developed a patented process He uses to Debone Ribs like no one else on the planet. Bubba as this 6'8 Giant was known while playing Professional Football, has always had a passion for anything BBQ as long as he can remember. He was also well known by his team mates for running a side BBQ Business during their away games as he slowly perfected His Award Winning Recipes.
The successful story how Al "Bubba" Baker set off on the journey to make Bar-B-Que Ribs Boneless is one I hope gets repeated on the Shark Tank Show because it actually had me cracking up just imagining that magical moment which probably didn't seem very magical at the time. This moment was a turning point in Al's life which has now landed him on the Biggest Business Investment Stage in this World.
Bubba's Q BBQ before Shark Tank Update
It's no secret the #1 complaint eating Bar-B-Q Ribs is how messy they are to eat. But by de-boning the Ribs first, you can eat it just like a Steak with a fork and knife eliminating the #1 complaint. Obviously we can't all go to Avon, Ohio, and try some of these De-boned ribs that have been dubbed "Bad to "D" Bone" in person, but I can only imagine the hundreds, if not thousands of people that will in the near future.
Bubba, his wife Sabrina, and their Daughter Brittani Bo Baker, have a much bigger plan bringing their De-Boned Baby Back Ribs to the World. If you live in Ohio and near a Heinen's Store, you're already in luck as they carry this food product under the Queen Ann food brand named after Bubba's mother Ann.
With an investment from the Sharks, the Baker's want to expand in several large grocery stores's carrying the Queen Ann De-Boned Baby Back Ribs around the country.
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