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We've Discovered The Route For The Ultimate Texas Barbecue Road Trip

Delish Logo By Sarah Weinberg of Delish | Slide 1 of 8: You could make the drive from Dallas to Austin in three hours flat if you really wanted to. But do that, and you'll miss some of the best grub in the entire state. Texans love their barbecue something fierce, and the state's most celebrated joints call Dallas, Austin, and the small towns between the two cities home. Knowing this, there was only one thing for us to do: Hop in a car - a souped up GMC Acadia - and travel the roads ourselves. Along them, we found "dinosaur" ribs bigger than a human head, beef links in Texas's self-professed sausage capital, and meat-loaded Frito Pie beloved by Chip Gaines.That's how we came up with this, our blueprint for the ultimate barbecue road trip through Texas, from Dallas to Austin. Tell us (nicely, please): Did we miss your favorite?

You could make the drive from Dallas to Austin in three hours flat if you really wanted to. But do that, and you'll miss some of the best grub in the entire state. Texans love their barbecue something fierce, and the state's most celebrated joints call Dallas, Austin, and the small towns between the two cities home. Knowing this, there was only one thing for us to do: Hop in a car and travel the roads ourselves. Along them, we found "dinosaur" ribs bigger than a human head, beef links in Texas's self-professed sausage capital, and meat-loaded Frito Pie beloved by Chip Gaines.

That's how we came up with this, our blueprint for the ultimate barbecue road trip through Texas, from Dallas to Austin. Tell us (nicely, please): Did we miss your favorite?

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