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>"... and I've done barbecue in a little renowned shack in Birmingham, Alabama."


For the record, according to Tim McDonald, Alabama barbecue sucks compared to Florida's. Not saying I agree, just sayin'.
2006-04-14 @ 06:04
Comment from: Bangkok Al [Visitor]
Thanks for the tip, Chris. I've got a permanent jones for good 'cue. If I ever get to Houston again, I'll take your advice.
2006-04-14 @ 09:01
Comment from: Greg [Visitor]

If you're still in Houston on April 20th, Magnolia Creek is running a special of $45 for golf/cart/range and play all day. They are a 27 hole links course and one of the best in the area.

2006-04-14 @ 10:54
Comment from: June [Visitor]
No Michelle Wie bashing today?

How are you going to earn your bread today, Chris Baldie?

Can you do that without Wie-bashing?

Can you?
2006-04-14 @ 11:24
Comment from: Jason [Visitor]
Nice to see you writing blogs up to your capabilities...writing about Barbecue restaurants.
2006-04-16 @ 23:12
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
Got to love folks like June & Jason...blogs would be SO much poorer without them! ;)

On point - yes Goode Company is good barbecue (and their brisket IS better than the ribs), but in Houston the best barbecue is at Pappas.

Or come on down to central FL and hook up with Sonny's or Fred Fleming's - now THAT is some fine food!

2006-04-19 @ 16:55
Comment from: Albert [Visitor]
Goode Company isn't bad, but it's far from the best in Houston. It's become a big, corporate spot, and that's not BBQ heaven.

Those in the know go to Thelma's, or Drexler's, or Williams Smokehouse. Not as fancy, but the 'cue is far more flavorful.

Goode Company does have a great seafood spot across Kirby; head there to enjoy the OTHER native Texas cuisine.
2006-05-01 @ 17:47

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