Welcome to Plates from the Past, an occasionally series where I share with you my other passion – food.
The inaugural plates our from B3Q Smokehouse, 200 Wyoming Ave, West Pittston.
I stopped by the barbecue place on March 15. During the Lenten season they offered seafood dinners along with their normal menu items.
I sampled the fish dinner – beer battered cod with fresh cut fries and cole slaw. And I had to sample the barbecue, so I ordered the pulled pork sandwich with a side of macaroni and cheese.
A check of their Facebook page mentions that this Friday (July 26) they will be offering their fish fry.
Brian Fulton has been the librarian at The Times-Tribune for the past 15 years. On his blog, Historically Hip, he writes about the great concerts, plays/musicals and celebrity happenings that have taken place throughout NEPA. He is also the co-host of the local history podcast, Historically Hip. He competed and was crowned grand champion on an episode of NPR quiz show “Ask Me Another.” Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; 570-348-9140; or @TTPagesPast