The Salt Lick's "Open Pitt"

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♥Fairy♥ on July 1, 2012

Yummy. Looks tasty.

♥Fairy♥ on July 1, 2012

Sorry, I did not see the movie at first. Interesting. Even the wood adds flavour to the meat. I really looks very tasty.

Henry Scoggin on July 1, 2012

Yummy is a great discription of it! I had the Pork ribs and the lean cut sliced Beef Brisket, potato salid, pinto beans, and col-slaw. Also a large glass of iced Tea. It was a good day. :-))

Henry Scoggin on July 1, 2012

Check out the vidio under the picture of the Salt Lick's sign photo. It gives a little different info. I'll get you to come try Texas food yet. ;-)

jockswa on July 2, 2012

Torture! That's what this is..torture! I can whiff those aromas right now..Love it! Regards, Jock.

Henry Scoggin on July 2, 2012

If your stomach will allow, you can always order some on line.


jockswa on July 3, 2012

Wonder if it would get to Oz in edible shape? :-)

Henry Scoggin on July 3, 2012

They probably use dry ice, that stuff goes for days. The shipping would kick in though for your location. You could probably buy a hind quarter of beef for what you would have to pay. :-)

Could just order the sause and make your own. :-D

jockswa on July 9, 2012

Oz beef is pretty good so I should be ok for now. ;-)

Henry Scoggin on July 9, 2012

I bet it is! :-D

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