Austin, Texas - yummmmmm! Texas food is fresh and simply amazing.
North Carolina! I'm a former Floridian, and my state is not known for BBQ! So when I ordered a bbq pork sandwich topped with white slaw at the Barbecue House in Oak Island, NC, I was taken aback--until I tasted the sandwich. It was awesome, so flavorful! Try it! You WILL like it.
Hands down...it's Texas. I've been fortunate enough to travel around the country over the years and sample various forms and barbecue cultures. Texas tends to cook the entire spectrum as opposed to just focusing on pork. The sauce is tangy and spicy as well as nice to look at. The texture of the meats is fantastic and the tenderness is oh so nice! There is some good competition out there but nothing comes close! LOL! WB
While it's difficult to answer that without having really travelled down the barbecue trail, the style that I find most appealing is the South Carolina or Tennessee style of barbecue. Heavy use of mustard, vinegar, and spicy dry rubs, and pork-centric. However, it's all a matter of personal taste. No one style of barbecue is better than another.
by Cindy Vine 9 years ago
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by KK Trainor 7 years ago
Texas executed Humberto Leal yesterday evening. Leal murdered a 16 year old girl after raping and brutalizing her and bashing her head in with a huge chunk of asphalt. He was kind enough to leave a stick with a nail on the end of it sticking out of her vagina. As a Mexican national, Leal was living...
by Holle Abee 3 years ago
I think it's either Georgia or Texas. I've counted almost 30 with Georgia in the title or lyrics. Texas has a bunch, too.
by Lela 8 years ago
Please drop by and leave a suggestion for the Texas State Fair fried food competition. http://hubpages.com/hub/Fried-Gravy If hub pages allows it, I may draw a prize winner from the suggestions! Thanks, Lela
by Laura Schneider 8 years ago
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