On the religion of Texas barbecue

I get it. I do. But they really do need to cross the Mississippi, come over to the southeastern U.S., and discover pork barbecue (which, around here, is a redundancy).

(I’m a little worried because one of my favorite local barbecue places has started serving beef brisket. And sometimes I find myself ordering it. And then it’s like I don’t even know who I am anymore!)

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About Jay F Guin

My name is Jay Guin, and I’m a retired elder. I wrote The Holy Spirit and Revolutionary Grace about 18 years ago. I’ve spoken at the Pepperdine, Lipscomb, ACU, Harding, and Tulsa lectureships and at ElderLink. My wife’s name is Denise, and I have four sons, Chris, Jonathan, Tyler, and Philip. I have two grandchildren. And I practice law.
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One Response to On the religion of Texas barbecue

  1. David says:

    I am a fan of Texas barbeque, but the Texas Barbeque spirit has not yet fallen on me. I prefer Tex-Mex, American-Chinese, or East Texas fried catfish over barbeque. I have even committed the apostasy of eating barbecued pork ribs. I don’t know, maybe I’m not a worthy Texan.

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