Also new are some items you wouldn't find unless you flipped through a little sandwich board in the middle of the table (when we visited, the new menus weren't in). Be sure to look for the corn fritter bites ($5.99). Quick to come out of the kitchen, like all of the items that night, these morsels were harbingers of the great meal to come. Crusty and salty on the outside collided with sweet and gooey on the inside to create a fantastic fritter. The mayonnaise-based white barbecue sauce that came with it added a creamy tartness which fit the fritters.Click for all my posts about Kloby's. I'm overlooking Houser's major error because it really isn't his fault. That's not Laurel. The post office may slap the name on the Applied Physics Lab, but that stretch of Johns Hopkins west of Rte 29 is misleading. It's Columbia or Fulton or Upper Scaggsville, as folks have noted before.
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Link: The Sun Loves Kloby's Ribs
Kloby's Smokehouse on Johns Hopkin Road gets a rave from John Houser III in the Sun today. Houser loves the barbecue, including the pork and beef ribs that I have talked up before. He also discovered an off-menu item that I need to try: