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I imagine Texas "twinky" takes on a whole new meaning in places like Austin....

 

 

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In Austin the Soy-Boys think meat is beastly, and just too un-woke to...eat. OMG, like I they have to be the latest paleo-keto-vegan don't you know. REAL Texans love their BBQ, and things such as this. Heck the owner of the Indian place I frequent was in cowboy boots the other day, it was great!

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I imagine Texas "twinky" takes on a whole new meaning in places like Austin....

 

 

U3meErK.jpg​

In Austin the Soy-Boys think meat is beastly, and just too un-woke to...eat. OMG, like I they have to be the latest paleo-keto-vegan don't you know. REAL Texans love their BBQ, and things such as this. Heck the owner of the Indian place I frequent was in cowboy boots the other day, it was great!

 

 

And here I thought paleolothic diet was to roast meat directly over the fire and eat it? And cook soup in a pit with hot stones from the fire?

 

 

 

Do these twinkies come prepacked in foil to survive TEOTWAWKI?

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The coolest and wettest spring I have seen in a number of years. I am not complaining, because in August we will be begging for rain.

The best part is that beef prices are going to drop even further. Ranchers are going to get two, maybe three cuttings this summer. First the beef critters will feast, and then we'll feast.

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The coolest and wettest spring I have seen in a number of years. I am not complaining, because in August we will be begging for rain.

The best part is that beef prices are going to drop even further. Ranchers are going to get two, maybe three cuttings this summer. First the beef critters will feast, and then we'll feast.

 

Yes! Fresh meat at reasonable prices. The BBQ grill is ready and waiting. Dr. Pepper glaze is prepared.

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Dr. Pepper glaze:

 

2 liter bottle of Dr. Pepper

1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon course ground black pepper

1 teaspoon cayenne pepper (optional)

1 teaspoon chili powder (optional)

1/2 teaspoon thyme (optional)

1/2 teaspoon rosemary (option)

 

Cook the Dr. Pepper till it can coat the back of a spoon, then add the other ingredients, and whisk, whisk,whisk till it gets a little thicker. BE CAREFUL IT WILL GO FROM RIGHT TO BURNT IN A NEW YORK MINUTE! Once it has thickened to your preference removed from heat, and put in a pyrex container to cool. It goes great on ribs, thick cut pork chops, and such. Enjoy.

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Can make it even better by swapping out the standard sliced bread with this :D

 

Good stuff. I like mine on flour tortillas.

 

 

That's an idea! Regular HEB flour tortillas suffice or something more special?

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Can make it even better by swapping out the standard sliced bread with this :D

 

Good stuff. I like mine on flour tortillas.

 

 

That's an idea! Regular HEB flour tortillas suffice or something more special?

 

Pioneer White Wing tortillas, they pass the Lupe test (close to those her mom made).

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Can make it even better by swapping out the standard sliced bread with this :D

 

Good stuff. I like mine on flour tortillas.

 

 

That's an idea! Regular HEB flour tortillas suffice or something more special?

 

Pioneer White Wing tortillas, they pass the Lupe test (close to those her mom made).

 

 

Ah, ok~, thanks!

 

It'll have to wait though, wide ocean and such. But because of that, I took a bottle of Rudy's BBQ sauce back here and keep the now-empty-bottle in the house, hehe ^_^

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Can make it even better by swapping out the standard sliced bread with this :D

 

Good stuff. I like mine on flour tortillas.

 

 

That's an idea! Regular HEB flour tortillas suffice or something more special?

 

Pioneer White Wing tortillas, they pass the Lupe test (close to those her mom made).

 

We go for the freshly made tortillas from the HEB bake shop. Personally I like to wrap brisket in maize tortillas.

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