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    Quote Originally Posted by carendt242 View Post
    bignmz04 - i was told there's a place in houston (name forgotten) serving "arawa style" (ie, a wagyu blend of some sort) beef for $190/steak. did you raise that bad boy?

    - chuck
    I dont sell the wag blends to anybody chuck...those are for my consumption only

    I am the only supplier of 100% wagyu in the texas, new mexico ,arizona area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bignmz04 View Post
    my fave:

    salt lick
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    When the lady and I took a road trip to Fredericksburg from H-town last time we swung by even though it was out of my way and I ate the damn thing while driving back...

    Sweet nectar of that Salt Lick sauce all over the steering wheel......

    Definitely a must eat place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bignmz04 View Post
    my fave:

    salt lick
    Quote Originally Posted by yardboy View Post
    I use to love the Mason Jar on the Katy Freeway in Houston. Brenner's in Houston
    was great...Salt Lick in Austin. Chuy's in Austin.
    Quote Originally Posted by civic4982 View Post
    +1

    When the lady and I took a road trip to Fredericksburg from H-town last time we swung by even though it was out of my way and I ate the damn thing while driving back...

    Sweet nectar of that Salt Lick sauce all over the steering wheel......

    Definitely a must eat place.
    Salt Lick is indeed epic Even I have been there

    When in the Big D area, I always swing by Babe's (there are a few), but maybe that's because I know one of the owners
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    I finally went to the Salt Lick about 6 weeks ago. Still recovering from the awesomeness. For you Houston guys the new build-a-burger place called "The Counter" on Washington Ave. is pretty good. Not the best but pretty good.
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