Holy Smoke’s “Kinda-famous Dan” and “Not-so-famous Jeff” spend their time slow-smoking pork, chicken and beef to satisfy Layton’s barbecue needs. As with most great barbecue joints, this one’s a walk-up-and-order kind of place. There’s a distinct Western cowboy theme to Holy Smoke, which is all decked out with lots of Western paraphernalia like rifles, pistols, branding irons, saddles and such. The menu at Holy Smoke is represent a range of American barbecue: Carolina-style pulled pork, St. Louis pork spareribs, Texan beef brisket and barbecued chicken that might have come from Memphis. It’s all great, especially with Holy Smoke’s house-made barbecue sauces. Definitely give the mango-mango sauce a spin. Oh, yeah, the boys have a sense of humor: Each order comes with a side of green Jell-O.