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Worst BBQ

bbqbrett

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Dickies BBQ pit was one of the reasons I got into BBQ in the first place. I ate there when they had one in GB. I was shocked that they charged me $9 for a tiny bowl of BBQ beans which weren't that good. Also, the ribs were precooked, not smoked, and they were all kept in warming cabinets wrapped in plastic. After eating their BBQ, I knew I could do better myself and I wasn't going to settle for crappy ribs any longer!

A BBQ chef was born that day.... :emoji_grin:

JC :emoji_cat:
Just goes to show you that good things can come from bad experiences.
 

banderson7474

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I rarely buy bbq at places anymore b/c they never taste as good or as fresh when I do it. The one place I went to in Austin Tx was really good. They had a line outside the door each day they open. It was called Coopers. I wish I knew that Franklins was there but I didn't realize that.
 

tallbm

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I rarely buy bbq at places anymore b/c they never taste as good or as fresh when I do it. The one place I went to in Austin Tx was really good. They had a line outside the door each day they open. It was called Coopers. I wish I knew that Franklins was there but I didn't realize that.
Coopers is good. I've eaten at the one in Ft Worth and one in Llano TX.

Don't be fooled by a place called Coopers near the small town of Mountain Home, TX (near Kerrville). That Coopers is horrible and is only getting business off the name of the real Coopers.
 

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