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Uncle Milt's

A great new taste! Made in Wyoming for all cowboys, cowgirls, city slickers, and all sorts of critters! Don't be left out! Rope in these awesome new tastes, made with all natural ingredients. No MSG or preservatives. Uncle Milt's, specializing in gourmet foods with a cowboy attitude! Viva La Vida!

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'Cue-topia

It all started way back in the late 1800s. That’s when Henry Meyer hitched a ride from Germany to the U.S., bringing his recipe for smoked sausage all the way to Texas. Then, around 1915, Henry taught his son, Rudolf Karl Georg (R.G.) Meyer the secrets of his mouthwatering sausage. Soon, R.G. was the hit of his friends, making up big batches of it for them every chance he got. With some prodding from his fans, R.G. was persuaded to start marketing the tasty sausage, and founded Meyer’s Sausage Company in 1949. With the birth of Meyer’s Elgin Sausage came the dawn of a new civilization: ‘Cue-topia, Texas. Why ‘Cue-topia? Well, as R.G. always said, “’Cue-topia is the perfect state of barbecue.”

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Stubb's Bar-B-Q

In 1985 a series of circumstances forced Stubb to close his beloved restaurant. "Let’s put it this way," said Stubb, "I got run out of Lubbock ‘cause I was broke, busted and disgusted. I can’t fight the IRS with barbecue and sauce." With
his restaurant closed, Stubb decided to move to Austin and began selling his barbecue out of Antone’s, a blues club near the University of Texas, and in 1986 opened his second restaurant, Stubb’s Bar-B-Q. There he revived the Lubbock tradition of jam sessions that featured such musicians as Ely, Butch Hancock and The Maines Brothers.

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The Salt Lick

Take a deep breath and inhale the aroma of some of the best BBQ the Hill Country has to offer. You've found "The Salt Lick" so named by owner Hisako Roberts and her husband, the late Thurman Roberts, because "a Salt Lick is something where all the animals congregate. There is something good, something essential about it."

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Clem Mikeska's Bar-B-Q

Clem along with his family, son Stephen, daughters Anna and Angela, and son-in-law Troy offer the most unique and authentic Bar-B-Q in all of Texas. Everything at Clem Mikeska's Bar-B-Q is made from scratch, from the "Home Baked Bread" to the "Homemade Sausage". Clem specializes in Sirloin and Brisket and has a Homemade Seasoning which is his own recipe, that gives all of his products that unique flavor which he is famous for.

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