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Old 08-04-2010, 05:27 PM   #15
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Visited the Big Texan last Oct and found it to be very good and fun. Lots of folks tried to eat the big steak and all failed while we were there.

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Old 08-15-2010, 11:13 AM   #16
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Tarheel ''Q''

Here is my nomination for the finest Barbeque in the world. Its on highway 62 between Mocksville and Thomasville, just across the Yadkin River past Thousand Trails. The place is literally between ''nothing'' and ''nothing'' but they have the best pork barbeque I have ever eaten. The name of the place is ''Tarheel ''Q''. They pit cook fresh behind the restaurant everyday and I have literally stopped there and eaten their BBQ for breakfast. There is ample parking for big rigs and semis across the street in a dirt parking lot. Be careful crossing the road please. Lots of semi drivers take that ''short cut'' down 62 going from I 40 to I 85 and they stop and get BBQ to go in coolers for on the road...... When you get about a mile or two out from the place you can open your window and smell the ''pit smoke'' and really get hungry. Usually when we ''travel'' we will stop and buy five pounds of their BBQ and freeze it for the ''road''. Be sure and get their Vinegar based sauce also. We talked to a a gate guard out in Zion and he told us that every other year he came to North Carolina for two reasons. The Blue Ridge Parkway and North Carolina BBQ . We told him that we just happened to have some N.C. BBQ in the coach and we would bring him a sandwich and a glass of ''sweet ice tea''. We came back with the sandwich and the ice tea and he told us that if we wanted someone ''killed'' just let him know.......lol...... We gave some people up on the Alaska Highway a BBQ sandwich and they tried to buy the rest of our stash.......They offered Halibut, moose meat, money and ''love'' ...... We declined .... If you are going thru that way stop and buy a chopped BBQ sandwich and if you dont like it...... let me know and I will be glad to give your money back for the sandwich. On the other hand, If you do like it .... THE NEXT TIME YOU SEE ME YOU WILL HAVE TO PAY ME TEN CENTS FOR GIVING YOU THIS GOOD PLACE TO EAT......
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Old 08-15-2010, 11:29 AM   #17
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The Cowboy Steak House in Kerrville Tx gets our vote. Better steaks than Mortons or Ruth Chris.
and bigger too been there many times
and when in that part or that other country dont forget buzzbees and arky bluws just down the path a piece
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I'll go with Lamberts home of the throwed Rolls as seen on the Food Network. There is no way to walk out of this joint Hungery. We have been to two of their locations. They have ample parking at both as we were towing. I feel a road trip !!!!
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Cattlemen's Steakhouse in El Paso

Cattleman's Steakhouse at Indian Cliffs Ranch near El Paso, Texas

Worth the drive...More than just a restaraunt

Been there OFTEN and I drive all the way from here to there....it's the BEST we have been. The good part is: It's a working Ranch...
Nice to see that You found the place too!

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No question that NC has some good BBQ. I will try that place the next time I head that way.

Neeley's in Memphis is pretty hard to beat.
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