Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Our visit to Black's Barbecue

Over the weekend, we made a trip to Lockhart, Texas to go to dinner at Black's barbecue which claims to be the oldest continuous family-owned barbecue in Texas-- dating back to 1932. I had some brisket with mashed potatoes. Julie got a chopped beef sandwich with a twice-baked potato and Spanish rice. Black's also offers great deserts and we tried both the peach and blackberry cobbler. The food was really good, and we took some home for the boys. Pictured, you can see what we brought home-- a quarter of Julie's sandwich, a half order of blackberry and peach cobbler. Lazie and Mosi went nuts when they saw the to-go package appear and they shared the sandwich. For the cobbler, Laz got the peach because he loves all things peach (especially Blue Bell peach and vanilla ice cream) and Moses got the blackberry cobbler. As you can see, nothing was left after the dogs ate, and we look forward to going back to Black's in Lockhart. The Pack ranks their food favorably.


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