Friday, April 8, 2011

Red Hot and Blue




In an urban environment, finding a source of food is always a challenge. On a recent road trip to the Dallas area, this was one of my main survival priorities. Fortunately, a decent food source was quickly found and the problem eliminated.

In Texas, one of the main food items required for survival by all Texans is good bar-b-que. Texans just won’t last long without it, myself included. Using my urban survival skills (and a local phone book), a good source of bar-b-que was quickly found at Red Hot and Blue. In addition to great bar-b-que, they also have dancing pigs and great blues music!

As a result, a hunger crisis was avoided and my attention could then be focused on other areas of my survival. Good survival skills are necessary when dealing with an urban environment.

May the pork be with you!


Staying above the water line!

Riverwalker

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

If your nice,I'll send you my hawaiin rib recipe,puts everything I had in Texas to shame!
Dean in az

Anonymous said...

Sounds yummy. Down here, Bad Bob's and Rudy's in McAllen get our business when bar-b-que is one the menu. Wife is partial to Tony Roma
s Carolina Honey Ribs. And then there are the Mom and Pop BB restaurants that provide good grazing.

Dang you, I just had lunch and you made me hungry again, lol.

Have a good weekend.

idahobob said...

That's the one thing that I regret that we do not have here. in my part of the world.....GOOD bar-b-que!

Many years ago, I was in Houston for several months. As I have cousins there, we hit EVERY bar-b-que joint that there was in the greater Houston area. I do know what good bar-b-que is! The secret is in the sauce, and of course, slow smokin'.

In the years since, I have made it a priority to look up any and all bar-b-que joints, in my travels around our country.

I think that I'm going to have to purchase a pull behind smoker, to introduce the folks in my area to good bar-b-que, and also to satisfy my need for it.

Bob
III

riverwalker said...

To: Dean in AZ

I'm always nice. Send recipe please!

RW

riverwalker said...

To: anonymous 12:41

We've got a lot of Mom & Pop operations around here...all of them are pretty decent. Got a few that rank at the top of the chart as well.

Thanks anon.

RW

riverwalker said...

To: idahobob

You've got a serious problem if there's no GOOD bar-b-que around your neck of the woods.

Sure hope you've got your smoker barrel working!

If you get down my way,all the bar-b-que you can eat is on me.

Thanks bob.

mama4x said...

ha ha. Nice to see some levity on a prepper blog. We need to lighten up sometimes. I, also a Texan, like Rudys pretty well.

riverwalker said...

To: mama4x

So true.

Sometimes we get caught up in the need to prepare that we often forget to lighten up a little.

I've enjoyed Rudy's bar-b-que quite a few times also.

Thanks mama4x!

RW

idahobob said...

RW,

I'll be sure and let you know if my travels take me down to Texas!

Are you sure you mean "all" the bar-b-que I can eat? LOL!!

Bob
III

riverwalker said...

To: idahobob

We'll cook the whole cow, pig, all the chickens or whatever...if necessary!

Plenty of fixins to go along with it.

In Texas, our bar-b-que pits are so big we put wheels on them and pull them around with one ton duallys.

Thanks.

RW

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