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The Great BBQ debate! #563 08/01/11 03:02 AM
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Heh! Iím going to be a schtinker, and and say the best BBQ is in the Great State of Texas!


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i perfer tex bbq as well...


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Well the TFP found his way over here to Georgia! LOL!
Being a native Texan I would normally fall in line with your assessment, BBUUUTTT!Georgia has mastered the art of pork Bar b Que, The beef cannot compare to Texas, but I can officially tip my hat to the pork in Georgia!


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Re: The Great BBQ debate! [Re: Bob Smith] #578 08/01/11 01:09 PM
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After living in Texas for several years before moving to Ga. I would have to agree that Texas does have the best beef bbq in the world, however with that said I have found two places here in the ATL that have come close to it with their brisket. The first is JD's BBQ in Woodstock on Bells Ferry Rd by the lake and Sams BBQ1 on Lower Roswell. But yeah Ga knows pork. lol




Re: The Great BBQ debate! [Re: The Fishing Physicist] #604 08/01/11 04:48 PM
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Is it Carolina BBq that has the best sauces? I just love me some wet BBQ.


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Re: The Great BBQ debate! [Re: Wally] #606 08/01/11 05:59 PM
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I am trying to remember where the Bar B que restaurant was the Mike Lowe did the Dirty Job's show was? I thought it was in Georgia soemwhere!


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Re: The Great BBQ debate! [Re: The Fishing Physicist] #661 08/01/11 10:10 PM
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I don't know... I was in Memphis earlier and I had some pretty incredible BBQ! Corky's and Interstate BBQ are both hard to beat.

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Dreamland, Costa's, or Golden Rule....all in Birmingham. Jim & Nicks not too bad either.

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Well being from the south, if its not pork its not bar-b-que, slow cooked on hickory . I'm not big fan of rubs on meat with sugar, they normally turn to glaze and burn. I personally like seasoning my meat and cooking 195 to 210 degrees real slow. I cook my pork shoulders for about 18 to 26 hrs. I have eaten bar-b-que all over the country. Sauces change state to state, some sweet,some sour, some to hot, those in between, and the mustard base sauces. Try them all, you'll finaly find one that you really like. As for Texas bar-b-q it sill isn't pork!!


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Re: The Great BBQ debate! [Re: The Fishing Physicist] #778 08/03/11 01:36 AM
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Sonnys and Hottie hawg in Ga are pretty good.

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agree...BBQ pork is the best.

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Originally Posted by Dropshott Ninja
After living in Texas for several years before moving to Ga. I would have to agree that Texas does have the best beef bbq in the world, however with that said I have found two places here in the ATL that have come close to it with their brisket. The first is JD's BBQ in Woodstock on Bells Ferry Rd by the lake and Sams BBQ1 on Lower Roswell. But yeah Ga knows pork. lol


I like JD's so much that we had them cater our wedding. :-)

They are also about to open another location off Main St. in Acworth (just outside of the square area). It use to be an old church but they have added a big deck and it looks like it will be nice. I can't wait since I'm about a mile away and always hated driving all the way out to their other location.


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Hay guys Sticky Fingers in Chattanooga and some good ribs with Jack Daniels barbecue sauce is to die for.





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pork bbq is good but its also the sauce that makes it as well... such as we (our family) like bullseye bbq sauce.


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Originally Posted by pbmang
Originally Posted by Dropshott Ninja
After living in Texas for several years before moving to Ga. I would have to agree that Texas does have the best beef bbq in the world, however with that said I have found two places here in the ATL that have come close to it with their brisket. The first is JD's BBQ in Woodstock on Bells Ferry Rd by the lake and Sams BBQ1 on Lower Roswell. But yeah Ga knows pork. lol


I like JD's so much that we had them cater our wedding. :-)

They are also about to open another location off Main St. in Acworth (just outside of the square area). It use to be an old church but they have added a big deck and it looks like it will be nice. I can't wait since I'm about a mile away and always hated driving all the way out to their other location.


By Golly, we just happened to have a picture of the lovely couple right after they said thier vows and right before they chowed down on that wondermus BBQ!



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