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Bonham BBQ #7450379 03/05/19 09:11 AM
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Does anyone have a recommendation on a good BBQ place around Bonham (within 40 miles)? Something that does not require a bun or bread. Already looked at MUDDBONES- nothing really appealed to me. Was told to stay away from HICKORY BAR-B-QUE (not sure why, just told "DON'T"). Will be in the area this weekend.


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Per the Texas Monthly BBQ app, there is a place called Perk's BBQ in Savoy that they gave a 3.5 rating.

Gotta get the Texas Monthy BBQ app.

Re: Bonham BBQ [Re: nuprofessor] #7450606 03/05/19 02:45 PM
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Thanks for the heads up on the app. up


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Originally Posted by Creekrunner
Thanks for the heads up on the app. up



It has all the Top 50's an then I believe it's the honorable mentions.

Re: Bonham BBQ [Re: nuprofessor] #7450699 03/05/19 03:42 PM
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Hutchins

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Originally Posted by Brother in-law
Hutchins


Pretty easy decision.


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Never been to a camping world. I prefer Dick's to be honest.
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Didnít get to try out any places. My hunt did not go well. Only got into one sounder all night. Got two piglets (<15# each) and one sow. Expected to hunt two nights but guide could not do a second night. Disappointed to say the least. Will keep these places in mind if I use another guide service in that area


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Hate to hear that on the hunt. I do not know who told you Hickory was bad but I eat there regularly and it is pretty legit BBQ. Past 4 years it has been at least in my honest opinion. Hutchins is good stuff no doubt.


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