|"I don't know what I enjoyed most, the food or Curtis himself. The
ribs and chicken were the best Ive ever tasted. I wish I could have
eaten more. But the main attraction was the charming gentlemen
tending the pit and his supervisor the pig."
DID YOU HEAR???
|"Curtis offers spicy and mild sauce to go;
and while the sauce is good, it's the ribs and
chicken that we want to take with us when
- Michael Stern-
For a complete review:
|Curtis Tuff has been cooking and
serving up BBQ in Putney
Vermont since 1965
For full story:
|Man, those of you who didn't go to
Curtis' don't know what you missed.
If you haven't heard of the 9th
wonder of the world let me fill you
in. Curtis Tuff has two blue school
buses in Putney, VT that he uses to
run his BBQ stand where he makes
the best damn ribs I've ever had.
They're amazing!! Last Friday,
Lisa, Marty, Kate, Nam, Val, and I
all drove down to Curtis' after
practice and had ourselves some
meat. I ate an entire rack all by
myself, and Nam ate almost as
much as I did. Then we had corn
muffins that where packed with
buttery goodness and home made
root beer. I'd been excited about it
all week and it was worth the wait. Its
too bad that we didn't have a
camera because I had that tasty
BBQ sauce all over my face. Yum!
Posted by a Dartmouth
|The ribs are big and filling, and eating them
with proper abandon requires a number of
moist towelettes afterward.
For more customer reviews:
|Check out this full article in the Rutland
|The meat just fell off the bone and the
barbecue sauce was delicious!
See what www.piecesofvermont.com
has to say.
|What a find! Ribs are my favorites -
and to find a REAL BBQ place in
Vermont was a gift from God.
Really great ribs - I always skip the
sides to make more room for the
ribs - and I love the atmosphere -
just like home - GA
|In July 1988 the New York Times
wrote this article entitled:
In a Vermont School Bus, Educated
See it here: www.nytimes.com
|"Mommy, I want one," one girl
begged as she fed the pig.
I HAVE BEEN GOING FOR BBQ
THERE FOR THE LAST 15
YEARS,HAVE RODE THE BIKE
THERE FROM CT. JUST FOR
LUNCH. THANKS TO ALL THE
TUFF FAMILY FOR SUCH A
GREAT PRODUCT AND THERE
DEDICATION TO ENSURE IT
HAS REMAINED THAT WAY
FOR MANY YEARS. AS LONG
AS THEY ARE THERE I"LL BE
August 30, 2004
|Most ribs have a sweet, sugary
sauce like out of a bottle from
the supermarket. Not Curtis'!!
First his ribs are cooked over a
hardwood fire for a great smoky
taste and his sauce is to die for!!
Tangy and hot, and thats the
mild!! Go for it. You'll love it!!
|"Like robins and daffodils, smoke drifting in the air near
Putney, VT is a sure sign of spring. Hands down the best
BBQ this side of Kansas City. An superb adventure and a
welcome change from the standard, namby-pamby New
England dining experience. "
|See what "Seven Days" writes about
Curtis'. This is a paper out of
Burlington VT. claiming to be
Vermont's Independent Voice