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Questions for Texans: Is Central Texas Barbecue and Hill Country Barbecue the same thing?

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Can Texas-German sausages be considered hill country barbecue?

 

If you had to pick one types of sausage to best represent Texas barbecue as a whole, what would it be?

 

What types of barbecue are common in South Texas?

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Hill Country is generally thought of as employing large flat steel cooker using direct heat over burned down coals, as opposed to the offset in direct heat used in Central Texas.

Here's a good write up on Hill Country style:

http://www.tmbbq.com/wheres-the-hill-country-barbecue/
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Hill Country is generally thought of as employing large flat steel cooker using direct heat over burned down coals, as opposed to the offset in direct heat used in Central Texas.

Here's a good write up on Hill Country style:

http://www.tmbbq.com/wheres-the-hill-country-barbecue/

Very informative! Thank you!
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