PallMall: 2KanZam: I have had great BBQ in:-Georgia-North Carolina-South Carolina-Tennessee-West Virginia-hell even CaliforniaBut every frickin' time I go to Texas I try to find decent bbq. Every Frickin time it sucks...I don't get it. I literally can rarely finish it (which I love to eat and hate to waste food)So yes Texas Barbeque sucks.*checks profile*Ahhhh, WV.You get a pass on this one. It is my understanding that the taste buds on most West Virginas haven't evolved past Opossum, Rat, Racoon, etc due to the limitations of the gene pool.
Langdon Alger: I'm from texas and I think this list is crap----texas for the beef, KC & memphis for the ribs, and south east coast/carolina style for the pulled pork. And as a bonus Pac Nw for the smoked fish. Each reagion has a specialty but it doesn't mean you can't find a place in each region that BBQ's everything pretty damn good. Hell, I know some pit masters who could put a rubber boot on a low, slow, smokey indirect fire and make you write home to momma about how damn good it was.
Bill McKay: PallMall: Citrate1007: #1 People will never agree on BBQ#2 If you need sauce at a BBQ joint then you suck at BBQBBQ Rule 4: The exception for using sauce (must be made on same site as BBQ) is when you've pulled the leftovers out of the fridge 3 or more days following - and need to bring it back to life.What's this "leftovers" you speak of?
Civil_War2_Time: JammerJim: Civil_War2_Time: USCLaw2010: No matter how much Texans want beef to be BBQ, it never will be.No native Texans think beef is BBQ.Both of you are terribly, terribly wrong, God have mercy on your misguided souls.Semantics, fellow Texan. When was the last time you had BBQ beef?
2KanZam: I can smoke a whistlepig to taste better than the bbq I've had in Texas. (that's a groundhog so ya know)
killdawabbitt: I can say this list fails without mention of City Market in Luling, TX.
Pine Oil Funeral: error 303: Based only on places I've ever actually been to, I'd say, in order:Gates (Kansas City)Oklahoma Joe's (Kansas City)Pappy's (Saint Louis)Arthur Bryant's (Kansas City)Rooster's (Saint Paul)Honorable mention :Jack Stack (Kansas City)And then a bunch of other stuff... Never been to Texas other than the Airport, but I'm not a fan of any of the Carolina barbecue stuff...As you are from Missouri too, next time your rolling to St. Louis, stop in St. Peters and try Lil Mickey's Memphis BBQ. I don't think you'll be disappointed./Eating PP sammy from there right now
pute kisses like a man: PallMall: barbacoa = barbecue.they're cognates. that was all that my point was supposed to make. in the south, people have taken a dogmatic and very limiting approach to barbecue.personally, I prefer to broaden my culinary horizons as opposed to limit them. these bbq arguments always tick me off, because it's too much about style and never about substance.to me, bbq is cooking dead things with fire/smoke. every region has a special way of doing it. if someone were to say their favorites, I'd be happy, but instead it's a long debacle about how everyone else is wrong.my only standard is taste. history is only helpful if it tastes better.
iamskibibitz: 2KanZam: So yes Texas Barbeque sucks.You aren't going to the right places or have awful taste. Any list needs to include Franklin and Snow's to be taken seriously. At both places, if you aren't there by 9am you will walk away empty handed. Black's was a bit of a surprise b/c in my opinion, it's the *third* best place in Lockhart, TX behind Smitty's and Kruez. My list for central Texas is:1) Franklin (by a wide margin)2) Kruez3) The Salt Lick4) Smitty's5) Lambert's6) Rudy's (a bit gimmicky but still decent)7) Black's8) County LineI haven't been to Snow's or J. Mueller but I've heard great things about both.
SapperInTexas: Cooper's BBQ in Llano./off to RTFA...//List failed, but at least Kreuz Market got a mention ///It's all about the meat
charnov: Squealers in Indianapolis is pretty damn good, too...2012 Grand Champion Overall
brnt00: [images1.makefive.com image 250x288]/And a tall Ape Hanger Ale on the side please.
Another Government Employee: sid2112: mr_bunny: Fox Bros BBQ in Decatur, GA should be on that list as well.I've been there many times, fantastic BBQ! I live in Canton. They completely failed to mention KC, failed to mention North Carolina, which has some of the most amazing BBQ ever eaten by anyone anywhere. For flying spagetti monster's sake those libtards over at CNN can't get anything right can they?Any place that has a tree fall in it and the patrons just shift their chairs to keep eating has got to be good.
RDixon: Ya'll, along with CNN are wrong.The best BBQ in the universe is what I make from a secret recipe.The secret is Jack Daniels.
detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: No NC BBQ? Talk about a poorly reasoned list.
killdawabbitt: Also, KC and StL BBQ are very different than Texas style BBQ, so probably should be on a separate list.
JackieRabbit: Want good BBQ? Follow the Colored Peoples. They always know the best BBQ around and they usually make it.
The Southern Logic Company: Cythraul:I highly distrust any "BBQ" restaurant north of the Mason Dixon, especially those run by chefs. They call "Grilling" "Barbequing" up there! The horror!/NC style is my favorite//GA is a close second///Brunswick stew > *
jmr61: If you don't have Dreamland in Birmingham Tuscaloosa on the list it's not a proper list. Yum.[farm1.staticflickr.com image 640x426]
Cythraul: [www.delish.com image 400x400]Look at the deliciousness that is a North Carolina pulled pork sammich.
PallMall: charnov: Squealers in Indianapolis is pretty damn good, too...2012 Grand Champion OverallFAILSam's Club isn't qualified to give out awards for meat, just fat.
error 303: Pine Oil Funeral: error 303: Based only on places I've ever actually been to, I'd say, in order:Gates (Kansas City)Oklahoma Joe's (Kansas City)Pappy's (Saint Louis)Arthur Bryant's (Kansas City)Rooster's (Saint Paul)Honorable mention :Jack Stack (Kansas City)And then a bunch of other stuff... Never been to Texas other than the Airport, but I'm not a fan of any of the Carolina barbecue stuff...As you are from Missouri too, next time your rolling to St. Louis, stop in St. Peters and try Lil Mickey's Memphis BBQ. I don't think you'll be disappointed./Eating PP sammy from there right nowNoted. Everytime I'm in St. Louis for work, my coworkers want to eat at Bandana's. It makes me :( That place is terrible.
Voiceofreason01: As a Kansas City native: this list is terrible
ManRay: Texas has brisket down, but BBQ is pork.The best tailgate BBQ is Boners BBQ. It's right next to Turner Field, so you can stop in before a Braves game and get a few pounds of pulled pork.
CreepyBasementGuy: ManRay: Texas has brisket down, but BBQ is pork.The best tailgate BBQ is Boners BBQ. It's right next to Turner Field, so you can stop in before a Braves game and get a few pounds of pulled pork.Brisket is meant to be dog food. So yes Texas can feed thier pets.
Browncoat: jmr61: If you don't have Dreamland in Birmingham Tuscaloosa on the list it's not a proper list. Yum.[farm1.staticflickr.com image 640x426][img.groundspeak.com image 600x450]FTFY
OldManDownDRoad: The correct eastern NC method:[www.berfrois.com image 500x361]Note the pot of stew for the complete meal, plus crowd of happy relatives and friends in background.There's a jug of bourbon in there somewhere . . .
Dogfacedgod: Women know dick about BBQ
charnov: WTF is barbecue?
StaleCoffee: Dogfacedgod: Women know dick about BBQsomething something smoked sausage
LurkinFarker: I won't disagree with any of those in the top 5, but you forgot Wilber's!
JammerJim: A valid point. BBQ *is* beef. Saying BBQ beef is like saying beef beef. It's redundant./not that smoked pig or chicken is a bad thing, mind you
Nightsweat: [www.vagabondish.com image 800x533]/Blue is a color
TheraTx: Thankfully no one has thrown up Sonny's or Slopeswe'll it has been thrown up but not as good nor in this thread.
If you like these links, you'll love
Come for the Total, stay for the Farking.
Sign up for the Fark NotNewsletter!
Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.
When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.
Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.
You need to create an account to submit links or post comments.
Click here to submit a link.
Also on Fark
Submit a Link »
Copyright © 1999 - 2017 Fark, Inc | Last updated: Sep 20 2017 23:46:56
Runtime: 0.327 sec (326 ms)