One night last week we picked up a picnic pack from Hot Sauce Williams on Carnegie for a quick no-heating up the kitchen kind of dinner. Originally we had thought we would get two rib dinners and split it between the three of us, but after looking over the menu the picnic pack was similar in price and came with a variety of food.
The total was a little over $30 and we got all the pieces of a chicken fried, 2 fried cod fillets, a whole rack of ribs, coleslaw, french fries, a giant cup of sauce for dipping and half a loaf of white bread. As you can tell by the picture below, there was way more food than the three of us could handle. This would be great for a party of 5–6 people (even better, pick one up on your way to blossom for a summer orchestra concert on the lawn or 4th of July fireworks!)
The ribs were the star of this meal. They were meaty, smokey and had just the right amount of sauce. The fish and chicken were good, both crispy but not too greasy. The coleslaw was good too — there was just the right amount of dressing. We ended up getting more than three meals out of this one trip, hence the cheap eats tag.