Thursday, August 11, 2011

What meats would you serve at your Texas BBQ joint?

So, if you were to open up a Texas BBQ joint, what meats/proteins would make it onto your menu? Would you stick with the basics like brisket, chopped beef, sausage, & pork ribs? Or would you open it up a bit? Your call. What's it gonna be? (Today's is the 6th question in our Build Your Own Texas BBQ Joint feature. To get caught up, click here.)

10 comments:

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "Gotta have the brisket, sausage, ribs, and chopped beef"

Jonathan Stilley said...

Gotta have the basics: Brisket, Pork ribs (Luis and Babys), smoked chicken and chopped beef. But what EVRYONE here misses are lip-on BEEF RIBS. They are hard to do, but they are the best. I might also throw in a smoked prime rib and chili.

Kimberly Finkel Davis said...

Has to have Smoked Brisket, chopped beef, and ribs. Not meat, but I think BBQ joints should always have banana pudding...it's just a nice ending...good baked beans, (sometimes that's even hard to find), and BBQ baked potatoes. I'll pick up chopped beef from Rudy's and bring it home to put on a baked potato since they don't sell them there. That's a missing menu item right there!

Kerry Smith said...

The basics are a must but local bbq favorites need a spot on the menu... with a selection of seasonal game...

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "I would have to have the basics, plus more pork! Chops, pulled pork butt, maybe some great grilled veggies too!"

Jacob said...

Surprised more people are not mentioning sausage. I would have it in different varieties. some people need a regular style, I like jalapeno cheese.

Drew Thornley said...

Facebook reply: "grassfed beef, organic/natural pork, wild game - boar, elk, venison, quail, turkey and seasonal seafood, free range chickens, organic and local fruits and veggies"

Drew Thornley said...

Facebook reply: "If I had a BBQ Eatery. The Meats I would serve Ckicken, Fish,Beef,Buffalo,Pig(farm​ and wild),Deer,lamb. In strip form. W/ corn and root vegies."

Drew Thornley said...

Facebook reply: "Brisket, sausage and ribs. No sides except for avacados, cheese, peppers, crackers and white bread. Definitely, no sauce. Big Red and water."

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "brisket, sausage, beef ribs, pork ribs, pecan pie. The end."