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    Broussards BBQ

    Broussards on Washington Ave is the best Brisket in Beaumont. He makes a nice moist brisket. I love the beans with the homemade links in them too.

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    Woohoo......gotta like that!!

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    • Marauderer
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      Any relation??

    • Jerod Broussard
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      Surname ....Check the white pages of the phone book in southwest Louisiana and southeast Texas for Broussards. Plethora doesn't even come close.

    • Beefchop
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      More Broussards in Lafayette than you can shake a stick at!

    #3
    Jerod is your name pronounced Broo-SARD? Or is it maybe BROWS-erd? IMWTK.

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    #4
    Thanks for the headsup - we get to Beaumont from Sulphur, LA ever now and then, I plan to look them up!

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      SWMBO was in Beaumont this week, I'm not sure if they are still in the same place. Walk up, picnic tables outside. She took a few pictures. Not all are displaying in the post, but I think the links work.
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      She said it was good. The link is pretty loose and pushes out of the casing when you cut it. She liked the sauce.

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        #6
        I recognise the dining table. I'll be at a similar eating establishment next week.

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          #7
          The links are what we refer to as SE TX style links. Broussards is where I like to get my moist brisket. Have to try the beans next time they are great.

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            #8
            East Texas style links

            http://www.texasmonthly.com/bbq/in-the-land-of-links/

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            • JCGrill
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              Interesting.

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