The Widens introduced me to another Miami favorite, Shorty's BBQ. We had three different meats: brisket, ribs, and chicken. All were excellent. I would say the brisket was my favorite, which was was fork tender and moist.
Shorty's is best known around town for its piquant sauce. In the photo, the top sauce is a standard red, sweet BBQ sauce. The bottom container holds Shorty's special BBQ sauce. It was great---the highlighted spice is, I believe, cumin. The sauce is of a lighter color than the sweet sauce, so there are other things going on as well; I suspect it has less sugar. I love cumin because it tweaks the palate in a different way than many spices. I loved this sauce so much I ate it by the spoonful. Bill and I agreed that this sauce is reminscent of the sauce from Arthur Bryant's in Kansas City.