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BBQ Porn: Miles of Meat

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In honor of the bevy of barbecuing that will undoubtedly be taking place this Memorial Day Weekend, we've combed our photo archives as well as the Houston Press Flickr pool and put together a slideshow of the most mouth-watering meats we could find.

If you don't feel like firing up the smoker and sweating it out this weekend, you could always check out [some of] these fine local establishments or even make a road trip to points farther away. Either way, enjoy the three-day weekend and wipe the drool off your chin.

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