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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Bones, Jul 19, 2019.
Best part of traveling around by car.
Said the dog to the plate of Barbeque
Put some BBQ sauce on the fries too!
Where u at? I see a Maine plate in background...
Damn that looks tasty... and I think someone else thinks so too!
I looked at that pic and my mouth began to water.
Last week I made some ribs - dry rub - and they were okay.
Gonna do it again on Sunday, if I'm allowed by Mrs Deeve. . .
Peace - Deeve
I'm planning a road trip next month with my special someone - part of the trip will be taking her to Cooper's in Llano, TX. Never tried it, but it has quite a reputation.
Stopped by a shack in Alabama and saw a 4x8 piece of plywood leaned against a telephone pole that had three letter written in big black paint strokes.
B B Q
One guy working a long table with smokers behind him. I was not sure if it was on wheels or not and he only took cash... but was some of the best BBQ I have ever had. Although we were a little worried about dying from food poisoning after we saw his operation.
In India, I was vegetarian!
White Mountains, this place is in Gorham , NH.
Damn that looks good.
There used to be a converted house in Comanche Texas that had fantastic roadside BBQ. We would make it a point on our motorcycle trips to try out such places. It closed a number of years ago and we sure missed it. Never know when you will hit the jackpot with a fantastic sandwich or plate. The flip side is you never know how far down the road you will be looking for a rest stop
Any eatery where the pup can sit by the picnic table with me and help me eat, is all right with me.
Provided they have BBQ turkey, chicken or fish. Daisy prefers the pork and shares the pork with my girlfriend.
We get stymied a lot by eateries (state law) that create a wall between us and our pup. I don't appreciate that.
We seem to always find a spot worth eating at, from waterfront Turkish , to roadside BBQ and Burger joints , upscale places with patios and lots of amazing ice cream spots. The northeast seems,to be very dog-centric and accommodating with many of the shop keepers in the little villiages we visit providing fresh bowls or water in front of their shops.
A roadside BBQ is one of the last places I’d worry about food poisoning. Between the smoking process and copious amounts of vinegar, no gremlins survive. Besides, if I died from BBQ I’d say that’s a good way to go
Honestly, I've been there when it's good and really bad! The smell can pull you in from miles away, and the beer is Ice Cold.
Now ordering is another weird part of the place, you start outside then go inside to finish your order??
If you make it to Austin, try Franklin's BBQ, mighty tasty too
Luling is supposed to be the BBQ capitol of Texas. I found a good place in LaPorte, so who knows? Give us a report when you get back.
Swine Dining is a local BBQ joint that offers ribs, brisket, pulled pork, and chicken. Love the smell of his smokers in the early morning.