2014 BEST BBQ by Rowlett Lakeshore Times
2014 -BEST BARBECUE – Baker’s Ribs – Canton by Van Zandt County Reader’s Choice Awards
2013 BEST BBQ by Rowlett Lakeshore Times
Weatherford Baker’s Ribs named best of 2012 by Weatherford Telegram 2012.
Voted one of “The Fifty Best Barbecue Joints in Texas” by Texas Monthly 2006, 2008, 2012
Best of D Magazine – 2010
Big-City Barbecue: 101 Places to Satisfy Your Urban ’Cue Craving
Weatherford Baker’s Ribs voted Best BBQ in Weatherford by readers. Read More
Best Barbeque Dallas The Dallas Observer 2006
“BBQ Top 10” — Insider’s Guide to Twin Cities BBQ — MPLS, St. Paul Magazine
Best Barbeque Ribs D Magazine January 2003
Keeping the Fires of Tradition Burning at Baker’s Ribs – Texas Homes For Sale Article 2016
Readers recommend Baker’s Ribs Deep Ellum in Texas Highways Magazine January 2016
Texas Homes for Sale Article – Keeping the Fires of Tradition Burning at Baker’s Ribs
Fox and Friends Morning – Joe Duncan’s interview with Fox News
Fox News Ultimate BBQ Road Trip 2013 – See Article
The Ultimate BBQ Road Trip – The Daily Meal Read Article
Fort Worth Weekly reviewed Weatherford “Superlative ’cue and fried pies make Baker’s Ribs a destination.” Read Article
Parker County Today reviews Baker’s Ribs Weatherford in April 2013 Read Article
Texas Monthly – “They smoke a seasoned turkey breast then dunk the whole thing into a fryer to finish it off. The result is juicy turkey whose slices have thick crispy edges. It was some of the better smoked turkey I’ve had…..The ribs were also excellent. The meat was moist and came from the bone perfectly. A subtle sweet rub allowed a good dark crust to form and the meat was very smokey.” from September 26, 2012 by Daniel Vaughn Read Full Review here
Dallas Morning News announces Baker’s Ribs is bringing fried pies to the State Fair of Texas “The current breaking news is that Dallas’ own Baker’s Ribs has secured a space on the midway and will be serving both sweet and savory fried pies.” The Baker family will be returning to familiar stomping grounds. Its matriarch, Jeanne Baker, spent almost four decades working for the State Fair, starting as a secretary in the exhibits department and eventually serving as the department’s director. Baker retired in 1994. Her daughter, Suzie Duncan, said the family is thrilled to have an opportunity “to become part of the fried food tradition at the greatest fair in the nation. I was raised on the fairgrounds, and it feels as if I’m coming home.” See Entire Article.
Oh Hey Dallas does a funny bit on Original Fried PIe Shop in deep ellum location. See Blog from July 25, 2012.
Dallas Observer – Baker’s Ribs is a House of Shame. You Should Come Visit “Ooh, fried brisket pie!” exclamation count: 32 Shame level: Red “I liked the pulled-pork fried pie better than the brisket…” By Alice Laussade Wed., Jun. 27 2012 at 9:00 AM
Dallas Morning News – Baker’s Ribs founder upholds barbecue honor at New York block party dedicated to the art of ‘cue See Article.
DFW.com -“Since Baker’s has ribs right in the name, I saved them for last. These pigsicles were meaty, St. Louis-cut and cooked to perfection. They had a good flavor, not at all hammy, and were tender without falling off onto your plate….” See entire blog.
Dallas Observer First Look at Baker’s Ribs Deep Ellum new location with the Original Fried Pie Shop….”The Original Fried Pie Shop stands alone, with its own counter and register. One could order fried pies and never have to deal with the barbecue line. Or one could easily dabble in both. If we were one, that’s what one would do.”See entire blog