This week's review of Pierson & Company put me in a BBQ state of mind.
It's my theory that the greatest barbecue in Texas is being served at some out-of-the-way barbecue joint that has yet to be discovered. Which is why I like to stop at barbecue trailers and those here-today, gone-tomorrow shade tree stands with hand-painted signs that pop up on summer weekends. That's also why I tend to fill up at gas stations that sell brisket sandwiches along with the unleaded.
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I am always on the look-out for barbecue signs -- the weirder, the better. Here are some classics. -- Robb Walsh