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Old 03-17-2014, 04:27 PM   #1
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Default Micklethwait BBQ in Austin?

Waiting out front for them to open up at 4:30 to eat some meat. Is this a good joint in Austin for bbq? Looks like Franklin's and La BBQ doesn't do dinner?
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Old 03-17-2014, 04:29 PM   #2
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First I heard of it was on Jimmy Kimmel live. Let us know how it is.
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Old 03-17-2014, 04:32 PM   #3
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Well crap. Just walked up and see that they are sold out and won't be open until Wednesday. Now where?
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Ended up at Live Oak BBQ.
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Old 03-17-2014, 05:05 PM   #5
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Good deal, how was it?
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Old 03-17-2014, 05:08 PM   #7
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First I heard of it was on Jimmy Kimmel live. Let us know how it is.
Yep. The ONLY one on his show that I have ever heard of was Franklins.
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Old 03-17-2014, 05:25 PM   #8
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You are going to get blasted by the BbQ blowhards for having sauce with that meat
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Old 03-17-2014, 06:07 PM   #9
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You are going to get blasted by the BbQ blowhards for having sauce with that meat
Hahaha - yeah, thought about that when I took the pic.
If it helps - I didn't use it.

Everything was great. Burnt ends, brisket, beef ribs, pork ribs, and pork steak.
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Old 03-17-2014, 06:14 PM   #10
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Stiles Switch off of North Lamar is a great alternative!
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Old 03-17-2014, 07:26 PM   #11
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Yep. The ONLY one on his show that I have ever heard of was Franklins.
Seriously? Never heard of J Mueller and the evil sister LA BBQ? Bigtime players. The Mueller family out of Taylor. There was another thread. LOL.

As far as the sauce comment from King Blowhard himself......it's like steak sauce.....

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Old 03-17-2014, 07:49 PM   #12
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Micklethwaite is good BBQ. Sorry you missed out on it.

Franklins, La BBQ, John muellers meat co, Micklethwait, Stiles Switch would be my choices. No particular order.
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Old 03-17-2014, 08:17 PM   #13
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They make some awesome sausages and recently won a beef rib competition in Austin. They make their own bread and great deserts too.
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Seriously? Never heard of J Mueller and the evil sister LA BBQ? Bigtime players. The Mueller family out of Taylor. There was another thread. LOL.

As far as the sauce comment from King Blowhard himself......it's like steak sauce.....
Yes, seriously. I don't get too caught up in finding "the best BBQ joint" out there. I've been to all of them in Lockart, and was not impressed with any. And I'm not gonna wait in those crazy lines. Although, I recently ate at some little hole-in-the-wall in Burnet that was pretty good.

No sauce here either.
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Old 03-17-2014, 08:31 PM   #15
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BoB is king of all things BBQ everybody should know that ... but then again BoB is all knowing in everything from music, to hunting , to fishing...etc... I maybe wrong but I think I was given a lesson on striper or hybrid fishing... can't say I learned much though .
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BoB is king of all things BBQ everybody should know that ... but then again BoB is all knowing in everything from music, to hunting , to fishing...etc... I maybe wrong but I think I was given a lesson on striper or hybrid fishing... can't say I learned much though .
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. Although, I recently ate at some little hole-in-the-wall in Burnet that was pretty good.
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BoB is king of all things BBQ everybody should know that ... but then again BoB is all knowing in everything from music, to hunting , to fishing...etc... I maybe wrong but I think I was given a lesson on striper or hybrid fishing... can't say I learned much though .
Don't forget cowboys in tight wranglers. He brings them up quite a bit. Lol

And he can channel the ghost of Colonel Travis. That is how Texan he is.
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Don't forget cowboys in tight wranglers. He brings them up quite a bit. Lol

And he can channel the ghost of Colonel Travis. That is how Texan he is.

Lmfao....if he was any more Texan,he'd draw lines in the sand with his......sword?????
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Has to be the place on the square or the place of hwy 29 going toward llano. The burnet feed store is OK. But the one on the square is really good.
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Lmfao....if he was any more Texan,he'd draw lines in the sand with his......sword?????
BoB is so Texan, he smokes BEVO with wood from the Treaty Oak
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BoB is so Texan that he will throat punch Big iron and he will die.

That is all.

Hell lets get the ban party started since there are so many chumps around here these days.

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Old 03-17-2014, 08:59 PM   #24
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Woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.

Let's get it on. Don't hide behind your keyboard. LMAO.
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Old 03-17-2014, 09:00 PM   #25
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BoB is so Texan that he will throat punch Big iron and he will die.

That is all.

Hell lets get the ban party started since there are so many chumps around here these days.
Dang BoB, I put lol behind it.
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I never understood why you were so "cool" when we met at Bownanza in 2008ish but were always kinda chumpish on the forum.

It's probably me.

No biggie.
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It doesn't matter Corey.....he'll kick your taint anyway! He's freakin hardcore!!!!!! Didn't you know that
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Woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.



Let's get it on. Don't hide behind your keyboard. LMAO.

You driving to Florida? Hope you make it through Alabama flying the orange flag on your Prius!
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Oh cool. A BBQ thread
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Old 03-17-2014, 09:06 PM   #30
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This could turn into a classic!
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I got my popcorn ready....
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Micklethwait BBQ ? new to me, will check it out
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I'm staying on this sand bar till this thing blows over
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So I'm not allowed to have sauce? Dang!!!
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You driving to Florida? Hope you make it through Alabama flying the orange flag on your Prius!
7-1-1 are my boys in football against bama....no prob.

They know how "lucky" they were to get that one.

My Prius has 24" rims.
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hey bob whats the scoop on, Rocky Creek BBQ, Hamilton Pool Road? hearing lots of go try?
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They make some awesome sausages and recently won a beef rib competition in Austin. They make their own bread and great deserts too.
I haven't tried their beef ribs but the sausage there is awesome. Brisket is good too.
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Seriously? Never heard of J Mueller and the evil sister LA BBQ? Bigtime players. The Mueller family out of Taylor. There was another thread. LOL.

As far as the sauce comment from King Blowhard himself......it's like steak sauce.....
BoB,

Explain the "EVIL" sister paying off big brothers $68,000 debt? The original picture is so much better than what I blacked out. John is such a low life his sister has to pay off his $68,000 debt to somewhat save face with the family name.
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If it was good and in Burnet and good I am sure it was the BBQ Shack on 29 about a mile west of 281. Multiple generations of the family working there with Mr. Robert doing the cooking and cutting. Feed store and the square don't even compare!! Check em out Courtney, you won't be disappointed!
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Explain the "EVIL" sister paying off big brothers $68,000 debt? The original picture is so much better than what I blacked out. John is such a low life his sister has to pay off his $68,000 debt to somewhat save face with the family name.
I saw that on fb too. Nice edits. I did find a russell becker that ownes a constuction co. In austin and has a wife with the same name.

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If it was good and in Burnet and good I am sure it was the BBQ Shack on 29 about a mile west of 281. Multiple generations of the family working there with Mr. Robert doing the cooking and cutting. Feed store and the square don't even compare!! Check em out Courtney, you won't be disappointed!
That's the one. I couldn't remember the name.

To tell on myself...after being around my in-law's cooking I've turned into somewhat of a BBQ snob. What I used to think was good, not so much anymore.
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I haven't tried the Shack in Burnet since it re-opened under new ownership. I have heard it was good but I have bad memories of the previous owners.. I will have to give it a try. There is a new place in Marble Falls that I hear is good. I think it is Holy Smokes BBQ on commerce street. Might have them for lunch today.
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hey bob whats the scoop on, Rocky Creek BBQ, Hamilton Pool Road? hearing lots of go try?
Its decent. Been around for a long time. I wouldn't go out of my way to eat there, but if I was hungry and in the area I would stop and eat.
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Dang. I've been doing it wrong this whole time! I've been wetting up my BBQ meats all these years. Why was it there for in first place? For Yankees like myself?
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Yep Was made to disguise the horrible taste of so called Yankee BBQ.
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I'm a little weird. I like to eat BBQ based on my own tastebuds, not how somebody else's tastebuds tell me I should eat it.

I like good BBQ.....with and/or without sauce (without mostly). I'm not scared to be looked down on by the BBQ gods because my butcher paper has a little bit of dipping sauce on it when not needed nor am I scared to eat great BBQ without sauce. If I ate with their tastebuds, I'd consider eating what the BBQ gods says is the only acceptable way....thankfully I do not...

Just keep tough and dry away from me....that is all I ask..
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Yep Was made to disguise the horrible taste of so called Yankee BBQ.

Dang Rudy's!
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I'm a little weird. I like to eat BBQ based on my own tastebuds, not how somebody else's tastebuds tell me I should eat it.

I like good BBQ.....with and/or without sauce (without mostly). I'm not scared to be looked down on by the BBQ gods because my butcher paper has a little bit of dipping sauce on it when not needed nor am I scared to eat great BBQ without sauce. If I ate with their tastebuds, I'd consider eating what the BBQ gods says is the only acceptable way....thankfully I do not...

Just keep tough and dry away from me....that is all I ask..
Agreed. I love some Cooper's dipping sauce.

Rudy's sauce is pretty good on the turkey and chicken.
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Agreed. I love some Cooper's dipping sauce.

Rudy's sauce is pretty good on the turkey and chicken.
Ain't near as good as Salt Lick's sauce
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I'm a little weird. I like to eat BBQ based on my own tastebuds, not how somebody else's tastebuds tell me I should eat it.

I like good BBQ.....with and/or without sauce (without mostly). I'm not scared to be looked down on by the BBQ gods because my butcher paper has a little bit of dipping sauce on it when not needed nor am I scared to eat great BBQ without sauce. If I ate with their tastebuds, I'd consider eating what the BBQ gods says is the only acceptable way....thankfully I do not...

Just keep tough and dry away from me....that is all I ask..

Chris thinks he's the BBQ gods' gift!

Hi Chris!
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