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    Kreuz's Lockhart

    One of the "holy sights" for BBQ enthusiasts, this large Lockhart BBQ joint makes a nice brisket and great sausage. No forks, no sauce. Cooked pretty hot and fast it is still tender and delicious. I added some beans, a Mexican coke and a coconut pie. Well worht the trip and then you can take the 85 mph SH 130 into San Antonio.

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    How do you eat beans and pie with no forks?

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    • DWCowles
      DWCowles commented
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      I'm thinking maybe they sip the beans out of the bowl and used the hands for the pie 😊. Of course I eat my beans with a spoon.
      Last edited by DWCowles; July 20, 2015, 06:26 PM.

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    They had spoons. The pie is one of those round ones. Used my hands.

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      #4
      I thought pie are squared.

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        #5
        Jerod Broussard Pi are not square pie are round, cornbread are square.

        It's time we teach kids things correctly...pi is something you eat, Tau is what you math with!

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        • Craigar
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          You never met my grandma, every time I went for a visit she made me a pie in a 9x13 cake pan. Her real pie pan was a 10" hexagon which made it easy for a kid to figure out how to cut a slice of pie.

        • gcdmd
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          John, cornbread are not square because if cooked properly, i.e. in a cast iron skillet, they will be round, unless, of course, you have a square cast iron skillet.

        #6
        I've been meaning to try their sausage since you can have it delivered, need to do it already. If you are down San Antonio way I recommend you hitting 18 at the quarry, beautiful place I played at a few years back.

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          #7
          Kreuz's is good but I thought the meats were a bit salty and I prefer sauce over sauceless BBQ. If you haven't already, you should try Louie Mueller Barbecue in Taylor. The beef rib is unbelievable. I think mine was 1.5 lbs (about 1 lb of that was bone) and it cost $18 but was worth it. Even Aaron Franklin says you should try it.

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          • billg71
            billg71 commented
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            +1 on Mueller's(pronounced Miller's), I've eaten there once and dreamed about going back ever since.

            I'd really like to try the Kreuz sausage.

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