|Odom’s Bar-B-Que, 1971 Singleton Boulevard, Dallas.|
A Posse rule of thumb: The more homemade the sign, the more down home the barbecue.
BBQ Signs of our Times is back again, this time with a mix of new and historic photos. This is our fifth blog post on classic BBQ signs.
If you happen to see a cool sign while you’re out on the Texas BBQ Trail, please snap a photo and keep us in mind. If you’re a fan of our Texas BBQ Posse Facebook page, you can upload a photo for us to include on a future BBQ signs blog post.
|Waiting in line at Franklin Barbecue, Austin.|
|FDR passes Joe’s Barbecue in Dallas, date & photographer unknown.|
|BBQ wood for sale, near Lancaster. Photo by Guy Reynolds|
|1940: Sign on highway from in Pineville, Louisiana. Photo by Marion Post Walcott/FSA|
|Augie’s Barbed Wire Smokehouse Barbecue, San Antonio. Photo by Gary Barber|
|1940: Big Chief Barbecue stand near Fort Benning, Columbus, Georgia. Photo by Marion Post Walcott/FSA|
|The original Sonny Bryan’s Smokehouse BBQ, 202 Inwood Road, Dallas.|
|Menu on butcher paper at Franklin Barbecue, Austin.|
|The sign you don’t want to see at Franklin Barbecue, Austin.|
Photos ©Chris Wilkins/Texas BBQ Posse, unless otherwise credited.