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Old 08-28-2010, 06:26 PM   #1
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I will be in MO & KS in a couple of days and I will be wanting some good BBQ. Where can you get good BBQ in southern MO or KS? I will be traveling on Hwy 160.
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It is little far south from you, but Cowboys BBQ in Slado, Texas is really good. That is between Waco and Georgetown on I-35.


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I'm not familiar with highway 160, but Kansas City if famous for barbecue. We were just there, and you can read our blog post on 3 barbecue restaurants we visited HERE.

Memphis is also a great barbecue town. You can read about our stop at 2 barbecue places we made there last year HERE.
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We had wonderful barbeque in Olathe Ks at Oklahoma Joe's About Oklahoma Joe's

As well as Sneads BBQ ,1001 E. 171st St., Belton, MO

A great resource for us is the Roadfood website Roadfood.com - The most memorable local eateries along the highways and back roads of America ; great reviews and pix of restaurants all around the country, by real people (well, foodies, but not critics).
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We had wonderful barbeque in Olathe Ks at Oklahoma Joe's About Oklahoma Joe's
Oklahoma Joe's was our top pick of the 3 places we tried in Kansas City. Try the Z-Man sandwich.
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Thanks for the link.

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We had wonderful barbeque in Olathe Ks at Oklahoma Joe's About Oklahoma Joe's

As well as Sneads BBQ ,1001 E. 171st St., Belton, MO

A great resource for us is the Roadfood website Roadfood.com - The most memorable local eateries along the highways and back roads of America ; great reviews and pix of restaurants all around the country, by real people (well, foodies, but not critics).
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Porky's in Memphis. The best. Better than Beal Street.
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Ditto for Memphis, you got to go to Lenords. Here is the link: Leonard's Pit Barbecue - Home

My brisket sandwich was the best I ever had, and the ribs were also great. Prices were very good.
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