Sunday, July 11, 2010

Texas Sacrament

For Texans, BBQ is a subject as serious as God, Mother and Apple PieYesterday, in the grocery store parking lot, I saw the proof.  
Permanently affixed to the transportation.


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9 comments:

  1. Texas is not unlike Florida in the barbecue aspect.

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  2. Now that's a serious BBQ lover!

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  3. That is too funny - someone who can't even run errands without having the possibility of stopping at any moment and whipping up some barbecue! Guess that's why I'll never be a true Texan. Barbecue just isn't my thing...

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  4. That's hysterical. I ate some good BBQ in Texas, I can tell you.

    Love,

    SB

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  5. thanks for sharing the photo, Kathy! Made me giggle at the prospect of "bumper-barbeque". You just never know what you're gonna see around town, do you?

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  6. BWA HA HA! Niiiiiiice. . . taking the tailgate party to the next level!

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  7. http://www.buldingpersonalstrength.comJuly 13, 2010 at 10:31 PM

    That's because smoked brisket can be, well...sublime.

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  8. That's fantastic! Thanks for posting! I'm a bit partial to the vinegar-inspired barbecue of North Carolina, but I'll eat any kind happily!

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  9. Ms Moon took the words right out of my Florida mouth.

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