There are only three places in the world to get authentic Bar-B-Que. One, the mid-west aka St. Louis style; two, the South aka New Orleans style, and three … Texas, aka Hill Country Style. Of the three Texas is number one, unless and only if ya'all is from St. Louie, or Nor Leans otherwise we're number one; It says so in Texas Monthly.
Ol' “Buzzie” Hughes, native Texan and Kerrville born and breed cow puncher was doing bar-b-que when the towering Cypress trees that now shade the Guadalupe River were but saplings. Legend has it that Texas Rangers and Cattle Rustlers sat elbow-to-elbow and forgot their differences when Buzzie threw down a spread of spare ribs, burnt tips and sarsaparilla at the old homestead.
Brenda Hughes had enough of that though, when the gatherins went past two-hundert of the scruffiest-lookin and most notorious saddle-tramps this side of the Pecos, and moved the whole shebang to the Grocery and Feed Store in Comfort, Texas. That was in '93 and for the last twenty years she has been the happiest woman in these here parts owin' to her husband's passion for bar-b-que is now spread over the Hills of Central Texas and not across her front lawn.
Now happily they both invite you to enjoy Buzzie's special blend of spices, a family secret, that makes Texas' most authentic taste of bar-b-que you'll ever know. So come sit-a-spell and forget about that jerky you been a holdin back in the chuck wagon and enjoy some of the most mouth-watering bar-b-que in the Great State of Texas right here in the Hill Country.