Originally Posted by Birdie
Yea Francis' is one of my favorites as well. If you are ever over in Celina try One Stop, it's at the end of town just across the river as you go towards Dale Hollow. That's where I seen the sauce for sale.
In Red Boiling Springs there's one called Big Eds that's good as well.
There used to be one called Goolsbys right there on the line going from T-ville to Celina but I think it went out, it was good.
Since I grew up with that type of BBQ I don't care for places that only have shredded BBQ.
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cool.we go through Celina on occassion. growing up in south & central Texas & doing BBQ all over I can say that these people have a lot to learn about real BBQ. most do that thin sliced pork they call shoulder & it's like jerky w/ a bone in it. somebody opened a place in Edmonton a while back & the pp was too spicy even for me. 2 bites & I couldn't eat anymore of it,they have already folded and there's another place here in town that uses scraps from the pallet factory down the road which often times has pine in it.