Road Trip to the Best Barbecue Spots in Texas
Would you take a road trip to find the best Barbecue spots in Texas? It was a great experience for me!
Roaming and visiting 23 different spots over 3,154 miles, finally, I found essential barbecue stops in Texas. The contemporary environment, piping hot food and lively feel of those spots not only satisfied my craving but also left an overwhelming experience in my mind.
Latest Saturday, when the sun was shining at its brightest, I visited a BBQ place in Austin. The experience of having the smoking salt-and-pepper briskets cooked with coal-black was just infinite to express. That place offers enough good taste in barbecue that can keep you there for days. People living in Austin are very welcoming and their cooking style is too way different to experience.
My next destination was Dallas and San Antonio. In San Antonio, I ordered a grilled and Smokey-hot beef sandwich, wrapped in butcher paper, with hot melted cheese covered with chili sauce. It was damn tempting!
Plenty of individuals have recognized their road trips to theme parks, monuments, stadiums, and other great land destination of Texas. But my experience to explore best Barbecue spots in the US was beyond amazing. You know what, there is no better adventure than to take yourself in search of best Barbecue place, especially in Texas. Grilling the whole-big piece meat over red sizzling coal tempering with chilies, serving the juicy stacked meat wrapped with butcher paper is probably the best thing to feel and have - especially if you are foody for smoky Barbecue food.
On the way to the lights of Ford Worth, I realized that barbecue or you can say, grilled-meat deserves to be our National Folk Food. In our daily life, we usually prefer to have burgers and fried chicken. Thus, there is a need to modernize the tradition of barbecue by road trips or something else interesting. There, we found HOUSE OF MEAT that completed our barbecue-theme road trip. The food there was simply perfect. Served brisket with the balanced flavor of salt and pepper, cooked under smoke for whole 6 hours until perfectly done. The moist and savory taste still gives me a mouthwatering sensation.
If you are passing the way to El Paso, you need to wink at grilled barbecue items, you will definitely enjoy it. El Paso offers a variety of Barbecue items to serve you. Their local specialty includes the Chaurice steak with sausage. The creamy, moist and salty flavor takes you to awesome barbecue experience. Note this, if you are foody for smoky and spicy items, surely try the local sausage of El Paso.
The road trip to Texas to have barbecue food is so far famous and delightful. Before this trip, I had no idea about the delight, excitement and memories of this journey that was experienced by me. Believe or not, travel and food together is like the combination of cake and coffee. So, what do you say to make your next road trip to barbecue spots?