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Unread 11-25-2012, 10:19 PM   #16
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I've got a field report coming in tomorrow from a buddy who went yesterday
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Unread 11-25-2012, 10:25 PM   #17
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Thanks for the tip. If you go let us know how it is. I make it to Austin often on business and may have to make a detour if the Q is worth the effort.
no need to go to shiner. John is great but Franklin's in Austin is out of this world and John's old trailer (J. Mueller BBQ) is staffed with Franklin's old pit master. Lockhart would be the next logical step in the BBQ trail which is an hour south. Shiner is kind of out there but you could hit the brewery and grab some good Q if you got mad enough at it to make the drive.
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He may have his problems but why can't there be a pitmaster whose tragic defect is that he likes the hot ho's at all the titty bars and blows all his money on them?
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Pitmaster T I do have that problem!!!!
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I was just reading an article about John's story in Texas Monthly. So did I understand this correct.. after being down and out he started a pit in a trailer and now got "kicked" out? Man what a shame.
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I was just reading an article about John's story in Texas Monthly. So did I understand this correct.. after being down and out he started a pit in a trailer and now got "kicked" out? Man what a shame.
Don't try and keep up with the drama -- it's family!

A lot of places around central and south Texas cook on low brick pits with sheet metal covers. Actually one of the old school places here in FL does that too. The coal bed is kept up underneath and the pits are usually 10-20 feet long (McBee's locations are like this). Others cook almost Santa Maria style on a big round pit in the middle of the restaurant. It's all good or not...you gotta try it to find out!!
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Don't try and keep up with the drama -- it's family!

A lot of places around central and south Texas cook on low brick pits with sheet metal covers. Actually one of the old school places here in FL does that too. The coal bed is kept up underneath and the pits are usually 10-20 feet long (McBee's locations are like this). Others cook almost Santa Maria style on a big round pit in the middle of the restaurant. It's all good or not...you gotta try it to find out!!
That's very cool. What's the name of the Florida joint?
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"Peeble's" in Auburndale, FL, on Old Dixie Highway.
Only open Thursday - Saturday: Look at the open/close dates on the sign. They take the summers off!!
Grew up going there back in the '60's. It is a real "joint". Screen and shutters, shell parking lot, etc.
I haven't been there in a couple of years...guess it's time for a short road trip.
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