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Old 07-23-2010, 05:21 PM   #1
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The best bbq restaurant

I live in kansas city so I know my bbq. There are all kinds of meats sauces and styles but there is one bbq restaurant that tops them all. Arthur Bryants is good, Roseldale BBq is good but the hands down winner is OKLAHOMA JOES. Its in mission, Ks and is the best damn bbq I have ever tasted.

If you ever make a trip down to kansas you have to stop by Oklahoma Joes and try it.

What are some of the best bbq places you guys know?

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I live in NC...so we do pork BBQ. Lexington NC boasts the area's best BBQ, but there are several around here that are good. Hursey's is my favorite, but there is also Bullock's in Durham that caters to the celebrities.

Darn! Now I am hungry for BBQ! Oh well, good excuse to drive!

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Best BBQ place near me is my backyard. Been Q'in my own ribs, shoulder, brisket, chickens, etc., for a long time. Kind of ruined me for what passes as bbq around here.

Anyone else roll their own?

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Best BBQ place near me is my backyard. Been Q'in my own ribs, shoulder, brisket, chickens, etc., for a long time. Kind of ruined me for what passes as bbq around here.

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Rudy's Bar B Q is pretty damn good. Texas.
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Rudy's Bar B Q is pretty damn good. Texas.
Rudy's is good stuff! I'll be in San Antone next week watching them Cowboys at training camp....may drop by Rudy's. Gotta also make a showing at the Alamo Cafe.....it's a tradition!
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I do my own ribs and chicken, haven't been brave enough to try a brisket yet. As far as bbq joints go, let's see...

-Whole Hog BBQ, Little Rock, AR - Best brisket I've ever had...ever.
-Gibson's BBQ, Huntsville, AL
-Full Moon BBQ, Birmingham, AL - I suggest the BBQ potato...an Alabama original
-Fincher's BBQ, Macon, GA - The pork is ok (I prefer mine served without sauce), but the Brunswick stew is absolutely out of this world!
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I was in Hotsprings Ark And there is this Texan that has a BBq place. Best I ever had.
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I'm actually doing our 3rd annual BBQ-Crawl around central Tx tomorrow.
Starting in Llano with Coopers and wrapping up in Lexington with Snow's (voted best in TX by Texas Monthly Magazine)....and hitting several other contenders along the way.

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I'm actually doing our 3rd annual BBQ-Crawl around central Tx tomorrow.
Starting in Llano with Coopers and wrapping up in Lexington with Snow's (voted best in TX by Texas Monthly Magazine)....and hitting several other contenders along the way.

Cant wait.
Have you tried Cooper's big pork chop? They are magnificent!
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Williamson Brothers Bar-B-Q Marietta, GA; Sticky Fingers Chattanooga, TN(any of them though)
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My sister in law and her husband own Mahylon's in Muskogee OK, best brisket ever...

Since we're in Indiana, we "roll our own", with the rub that Kenny sells from Mahylon's we smoke everything.. Brisket, ribs, turkey is one of my fav's, set on the smoker under something fatty like a brisket, they are wonderful. Hmmmmm if it wasn't 100* here today, I'd smoke something.....
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Goody Cole's Smokehouse. About 30 minutes down the road from my wheelin' spot. Best BBQ in New Hampshire. I go for the 3 meat combo with home made Kilbasa, Ribs, and Pulled Pork. Homemade corn bread, Mac 'n' Cheese, and a Roasted sweet potato with cinimon/brown sugar butter.
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Smoke all my own BBQ.
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You guys talking about good bbq are just killing me. I love (!) good bbq but there isn't any within about 30 miles of me and that is near downtown San Diego. There's a rumor that BBQ restaurant (called Phil's) is going to open one up near me, I can't wait.

If I had to eat my own bbq I'd starve.
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what happened to KC BBQ in San Diego?
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Awww Jerry, BBQ is easy, just low and slow....... all there is to it!
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Gonna fire up my smoker in the morning......brisket and sausage to put in freezer for upcoming hunting trip and a 12 lb. turkey for tomorrow! Love them smoked turkeys!
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Yup, Got my Coopers pork chop. Mmmmm....

About 3 pounds of Brisket, a bunch of sausage links and a big ole slab of smoked turkey.

And that was just at the first stop.

17 of us made the 290 mile, 4 stop, BBQ crawl. I am sooooooo stuffed I barely have room for a glass of milk to cool it all off. And have enough left-overs to last me quite a while.

Even brought my Akita a 5 pound bag of rib bones....he loves me again. lol

While we were making the rounds, my wive coined a new term which I LOVE....She accidentally crossed HUMVEE and HUMMER and came up with HUMMEE....a remarkably appropiate descriptor of the usually blingified station-wagon-on-steroids.

Another amusing sight was when we saw a TJ (not unlike my own) towing a 16' Fiberglass ski-boat (think 3500#) up a STEEP hill. When we passed it, its little engine was screaming and they were down to about 10mph....with another 3 miles of hill ahead of em. Poor little jeep.

We pulled over and waited at the top to see if they made it. Eventually they did. If that thing had given out on the hill, I doubt they would been able to hold what they had......and we woulda had ourselves a bunch of spare parts for our TJ fleet.

Ohhh wellll.......great grub.
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You shoulda pushed..... Or pulled maybe..
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Another amusing sight was when we saw a TJ (not unlike my own) towing a 16' Fiberglass ski-boat (think 3500#) up a STEEP hill. When we passed it, its little engine was screaming and they were down to about 10mph....with another 3 miles of hill ahead of em. Poor little jeep.
I wonder if he was running a 4-banger or the 4.0 liter 6? I have a '98 TJ with the 4.0 liter and a couple of years ago pulled my 12' utility trailer piled high with chain link fence material up into the Sacremento Mts. in New Mexico. The Jeep was never in a strain and rarely had to gear down. I was anticipating trouble but it didn't happen. Interesting.
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what happened to KC BBQ in San Diego?
It's ok but I haven't been there in years. A major kitchen fire actually burned most of it to ground several years ago and they lost much of the memorabilia from when it was featured in the Top Gun movie's "sleazy bar" scenes. At least the "Great Balls of Fire" piano from that scene was saved. Kansas City Barbeque - San Diego
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Ok was the way I remember it. It was the only place in town toget BBQ. SAn Diego does have some of the best mexican food on the planet.

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