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Old 01-31-09, 02:01 PM   #1
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BBQ Paradise

Is on the television right now and making me very very hungry!
BBQ rocks!
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Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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you nom my BBQ again and its gonna be war.
get your own!
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Is on the television right now and making me very very hungry!
BBQ rocks!
as long as you're in memphis - correct.
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as long as you're in memphis - correct.
Texas pit BBQ rocks as well.
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as long as you're in memphis - correct.
Memphis, Kansas City, Texas (brisket), even NC bbq its all good.
That show has me craving some good BBQ!
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I like Eastern Carolina BBQ better than Memphis BBQ, myself, but yeah, I do like it all.

I haven't had KC in a years. The one KC joint I went to had a burnt end plate that was nothing but hunks of the krispy rind cut offa brisket! Mmmmm, that was GOOD!
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Old 01-31-09, 05:49 PM   #8
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St. Simons, Ga bar none.
Slap best brisket and pulled pork I have ever had. Mustard sauce, vinegar sauce, hot, sweet, you pick.

Damn fine smoked sea trout too.
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Is this a sister thread to "Must.Get.Dog"?
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I have been wanting to check Billy Sims' newest BBQ joint here in town. He has a cheesy slogan: "Where it's not just BBQ, it's Boomer-Q!"
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Memphis, Kansas City, Texas (brisket), even NC bbq its all good.
That show has me craving some good BBQ!
http://counties.cce.cornell.edu/Erie/cu-bbqsauce.html
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As a southerner, I'm partial to good bbq, especially pulled pork. I'd say NC and Memphis style being my favorites.
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Just ate at the County Line here in Austin. Always good.
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Just ate at the County Line here in Austin. Always good.
I once went to Earl Campbell's BBQ (on 6th?). It was horrible. Ever been? Is this place better? (Asking because I'm planning to have BBQ after the MS)
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as long as you're in memphis - correct.
correct. one of the advantages of having attended college in tennessee. i will say there was some nice spillover into kentucky, though.
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Incorrect. The BEST BBQ ain't red. It's pork-colored. All the other types are REALLY good too, but....
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Old 02-02-09, 01:57 AM   #17
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I once went to Earl Campbell's BBQ (on 6th?). It was horrible. Ever been? Is this place better? (Asking because I'm planning to have BBQ after the MS)
I am not that fond of Rudy's and don't know about the Earl Cambell's BBQ. Ruby's (with a "b" on the Drag is a lot better).

Places where you can't go wrong in Austin:

Iron Works -- hard to find parking, but if you can, its decent.
Stubb's on Red River is decent, good live music venue too. Parking is an issue, though.
Ruby's on Guadalupe near UT -- organic meat, definitely worth a run if near campus.
Salt Lick -- 13 miles from far south Austin, open 12-10, worth seeing if you have the time.
County Line (two locations) -- Worth going to. Probably my favorite place since the other Pit barbecue on 2222 shut down several years ago.
Rib Kings (183/Burnet) -- No complaints here.
Poke-E-Joes -- decent. Also no negatives
The Pit on Burnet Road -- always good stuff.
Bill Millers -- a chain of BBQ places from San Antonio.

There are other places, but my brain isn't listing them atm.
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Old 02-02-09, 02:49 PM   #18
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Pulled pork...*tear in eye*
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