For my friends around the world, do you know about BBQ? Or barbecue? It seems like a favorite cuisine in the U.S. One can find practically every style in big cities as well as small towns.
Well, like I mentioned in my last post there is a place in Taylor, Texas that I would like for you to become acquainted. Louie Mueller Barbeque.
There seems to be some healthy competition about which state has the best barbeque. I must admit Texas is not only a big state but is big in BBQ taste as well. I apologize to my vegan friends but I want to highlight this significant eating way of life, as well as Taylor.
While traveling through Taylor and noticing some of the older and inactive buildings, just around the corner we noticed an older, vibrant place – Louie Mueller Barbeque.
Locals sure know about it. Just look how the business is thriving and the new life breathed into the older facility.
Going inside was enlightening. Who would have thought?
The service was excellent and the people were friendly. The meal was outstanding. I can understand why the locals enjoy this wonderful place of food and fellowship.
We never knew this was a restaurant featured on the Food Network until we examined the memorabilia on the walls. We had often wondered about visiting places where Guy Fieri had reported on in the Food Network series. https://www.foodnetwork.com/shows/diners-drive-ins-and-dives.
Now, here we are and didn’t plan it – right here in Taylor, Texas.
Here is the link to the Louie Mueller BBQ restaurant. https://www.foodnetwork.com/videos/famous-louie-mueller-bbq-75112.
So, when we travel let’s take time to check out the local areas. We have certain pre-conceived mindsets about a town or business but we never know until we step inside and learn more.
That’s what I’m talking about! Let’s appreciate the past and the old – and do what we can to bring new life within and without.