Texans Barbecue Beef. These three words are often used to sum up the Texas barbecue experience. I understand why this knee-jerk explanation has become so popular: it reduces a long, complicated saga into a pat one-liner that no one can really disagree with. The true story of Texas barbecue is far more bewildering.

— Robb Walsh

Legends of Texas Barbecue

bkarau's Review of Scotts Barbecue

  • Potato Salad: Weak mustardy taste, but great texture
  • Sauce: Alot like KC Masterpiece. Tangy but not overpowering. Peppery. Complex, but well-composed
  • Sausage: Fatty and heterogeneous texture. Mild
  • Brisket: Good, rich smoke flavor. Very light rub
  • Spare Rib: Good ring. Medium bark. Firm. Pulls clean with a little effort. Good spice
  • Atmosphere: On main street. Towed pit in backyard, smoking with live oak. Kick ass USMC gear on walls. Bread served in the bag. Very small interior space, with :( flowered tablecloths
  • Coleslaw: Great tangy taste. Medium to large cut
  • Beans: Pintos: Stewed, soft, and bland
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