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Indeed, Lockhart is no longer the BBQ capital of Texas, and other things we learned from the Posse’s Best of Texas Tour

A customer eats lunch at Stanley’s Famous Pit Bar-B-Q in Tyler. (Photo ©Daniel Goncalves) A few things we think we learned from our recent Best of Texas BBQ Tour: –In a post here a while back, we pondered whether Lockhart was losing its distinction as the BBQ capital of Texas. Upon more reflection, we’re ready to say, yes, it definitely has lost the crown. With Franklin Barbecue and a host of start-up joints, we’re declaring Austin the new capital. To us, Lockhart is going stale. In Texas barbecue, you can’t take success for granted. –Related to that, newcomers are making a…
 - 03/12/2013
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Is Lockhart losing its title as the BBQ Capital of Texas?

Smitty’s Market oak wood pile & Caldwell County courthouse. (Photo ©Chris Wilkins/Texas BBQ Posse) At the Posse, we’re ready to declare State Highway 130, the high-speed tollway that skirts Austin, the Barbecue Super Expressway. However, we’re beginning to wonder whether Lockhart, one of the main stops on that highway, still deserves its title as the BBQ capital of Texas. Yes, we know that’s borderline smoked-meat heresy. But on our recent Best of Texas Tour, we ate at three Lockhart joints and only one — Kreuz Market — made our top tier of six. The others — Smitty’s Market and Chisholm…
 - 02/14/2013

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