Sunday, February 24, 2013

BBQ in Austin: AFBA 2013 City Guide

This post has moved to the new Full and Content.

To get the 2013 Guide to In-Town Austin BBQ, go here.

To get the 2014 Guide to In-Town Austin BBQ, go here.

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    1. Thanks! I had so much fun working on this and feel slightly lost now that it's finished.

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  2. Holy cut of a Cow! This is so thorough I almost can't believe it...I think I see those unicorns jumping double rainbows.

    Your blog is perfectly titled...This review is FULL of CONTENT!

    Thanks for all the work putting together for us to enjoy - it's an ultimate BBQ resource.

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    1. It was a good outlet for my OCD. ;-) Thanks for the feedback!

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  3. This is super amazing and what a wonderful resource for Austin visitors and folks who live here too. Thank you for your time in creating this, Lisa.

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  4. Wow - what a guide - I wish I still ate red meat :) Great job Lisa!

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    1. Isn't pork the "other white meat?" ;-) And thanks!

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  5. Fantastic post! I went on part of the out of town tour with Maggie. Sounds like we need to plan an in town one next!!

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    1. There are so many great places nearby... this project made me really want to go out to some of them again soon. I've got to re-regulate my system with some vegetables though first!

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  6. Holy BBQ! Great job, I can't wait to dive into some of these spots.

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  7. Love love love! I didn't even realize how much I had read until I saw the time. You had me totally engrossed. Yes, I live in Texas but I just thought bbq is bbq (gasp! did I just say that?). I love the breakdown into Texas trinity, sides, other stuff. My stomach is not that big (although I can enlarge it enormously if I wanted to) so I'd like to tackle primarily the Texas trinity. I'm sharing this with my husband as well as everyone I know. Perhaps I can entice some of my friends to come visit Austin ;). Thank you for such an informative post! Hail to the bbq queen!

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  8. Thanks, you guys... I am really grateful for the feedback and happy to hear this is useful for others!

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  9. Holy Q Lisa!

    You put alot of work into this BBQ guide, well done! I'm trying to eat less meat and this didn't help, I'm drooling on my keyboard needing a BBQ fix. Like now.

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  10. Girl, this was one tough act to follow! I know it's going to be a popular resource for BBQ aficionados for years to come. Thank you for linking to my own guide for East of Austin, as well.

    Let's go have a salad, now.

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    1. One month of eating mostly protein followed by two weeks of reintroducing vegetables into my diet = a VERY noticeable difference! BBQ is the food of Gods, who are not subject to the normal digestive issues we mere humans succumb to. But all hail the mighty Q!

      I do miss it though...

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  12. What about 'West of Austin'?

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  13. Either way, this is one hell of an article! Thanks for your dedication to BBQ!!!

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    1. Thanks, glad you liked it. The site has moved and an updated guide can be found here: http://www.fullandcontent.com/2014-guide-to-in-town-austin-barbecue.html

      As far as West of Austin, there are some great choices: Opie's in Spicewood and Cooper's in Llano would be good picks.

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