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jvargas
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Member since Feb 2019
232 posts

"Texas" BBQ...
I'm not a huge BBQ sauce guy, I'd rather taste the meat. The only BBQ sauce I use sparingly is Jack Miller's cuz its da bomb. Seems like all you get in Texas is brisket or whatever slathered in sauce and that's all you taste. Thoughts?


Dire Wolf
Houston Astros Fan
bawcomville
Member since Sep 2008
25713 posts

re: "Texas" BBQ...
Maybe stop going to Rudy’s for a to-go chop beef sandwhich.

No remotely respectable BBQ joint applies the sauce for you


REG861
Vanderbilt Fan
Wellsville
Member since Oct 2011
32752 posts

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Seems like all you get in Texas is brisket or whatever slathered in sauce and that's all you taste


you are either trolling or an idiot.


SUB
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2009
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What the other two said. Texas BBQ is pretty much anti-sauce, but will provide it on the side if you want it.


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nerd guy
LSU Fan
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Member since Dec 2008
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Yeaaaaa. Not once have I seen brisket come with sauce on it. Where was this?


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Rouge
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Member since Oct 2004
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Seems like all you get in Texas is brisket or whatever slathered in sauce and that's all you taste. Thoughts?


This thread is bad, and you should feel bad


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busbeepbeep
New Orleans Saints Fan
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13487 posts

re: "Texas" BBQ...
Definitely eating at the wrong Texas BBQ joints


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RonFNSwanson
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you are either trolling or an idiot.


Seems like both to me


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LoneStarRanger
Houston Astros Fan
Europe
Member since Aug 2018
511 posts

re: "Texas" BBQ...
That’s done in east Texas. Which is really just an extension of the south and it’s ways.

Texas barbecue eschews sauce. Whether it is the German style Central TX bbq which is widely considered "Texas BBQ", or if it is West Texas Ranch style bbq, or south Texas tejano style. All of those are against sauce.

While German style Central texas bbq has swept the state and nation, there are still old joints in Houston, Dallas, etc that do a different kind of bbq where often they will sauce things up. Those are dying off, however
This post was edited on 6/7 at 3:48 pm


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TH03
Iowa State Fan
Dallas
Member since Dec 2008
154598 posts

re: "Texas" BBQ...
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Seems like all you get in Texas is brisket or whatever slathered in sauce


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Thoughts?


Yeah you're an idiot or trolling.


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ragincajun03
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Energy Capital of the World, TX
Member since Nov 2007
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re: "Texas" BBQ...
FAIL.


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The Egg
LSU Fan
Houston, TX
Member since Dec 2004
73036 posts

re: "Texas" BBQ...
OP definitely goes to Pappas BBQ or Dickey's for his fix


Powerman
LSU Fan
Virginia
Member since Jan 2004
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re: "Texas" BBQ...
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I'm not a huge BBQ sauce guy, I'd rather taste the meat. The only BBQ sauce I use sparingly is Jack Miller's cuz its da bomb. Seems like all you get in Texas is brisket or whatever slathered in sauce and that's all you taste. Thoughts?



Then you have a very limited exposure to Texas BBQ and are in fact a complete moron.

Texas BBQ is much more about dry rubs and the sauce is almost always on the side.


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TH03
Iowa State Fan
Dallas
Member since Dec 2008
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Man, Dickey's doesn't even put sauce all over the place.


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Chitown_Badger
Wisconsin Fan
A one drink walk from Wrigley
Member since May 2013
11026 posts

re: "Texas" BBQ...
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Seems like all you get in Texas is brisket or whatever slathered in sauce and that's all you taste.


Uh, you sure you're not in Kansas City?

If you are in fact in Texas what places are you going to?

Texas BBQ is the shite because it requires the meat to stand on its own. No hiding bad BBQ with sauce.

(*Though I do love a good eastern carolina sauce with my pulled pork)
This post was edited on 6/7 at 4:33 pm


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Lgrnwd
Member since Jan 2018
1189 posts

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Kansas City BBQ > Texas BBQ


Chitown_Badger
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CBLSU316
LSU Fan
Far Right of Left
Member since Jun 2008
10958 posts

re: "Texas" BBQ...
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Seems like all you get in Texas is brisket or whatever slathered in sauce and that's all you taste. Thoughts?


Have you ever actually been to Texas?

Or just other places that that say they are making Texas bbq?


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Tridentds
Texas A&M Fan
Sugar Land
Member since Aug 2011
10491 posts

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We have had a spot at the BBQ cook off at the Houston livestock show for over 20 years. We dont use any kind of BBQ sauce on anything... beef, pork ribs, or chicken. Every year we have a number of guests ask if we have any BBQ sauce before they taste a single thing.

About10 years ago we put 4 bottles of ketchup, a quart of vinegar and an entire container of ground pepper into a metal pan and heated it up for anyone wanting to ruin good bbq. Had dozens of people ask for the recipe. Every year we do something stupid to ketchup and people ask for the recipe. I’m convinced that people that like BBQ sauce on everything are going to like about any sauce available.


GentleJackJones
Member since Mar 2019
252 posts

re: "Texas" BBQ...
Huh? Texas BBQ typically doesn't have sauce. They'll provide it if asked, but it certainly isn't "slathered in sauce." The picture below is a good example of a Texas BBQ plate/platter.

Image: https://cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/150519125031-09-franklin-barbecue-austin-tx-04-super-169.jpg


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