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Dale Bakers in Austin

Postby mlmurrah » Tue Jan 12, 2010 12:01 pm

Wonder if anyone remembers Dale Baker's in Austin? I used to go there when I was a student at the University of Texas in the late 1960s. Dale has gone to barbecue heaven, and the place is long gone, but I can still taste the mustard based sauce. I used to keep my two slices of bread until everything else was gone and sop the sauce with it.

I'd love to have a recipe for the sauce. Can anyone help?
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Postby Ftby00 » Tue Jan 12, 2010 5:56 pm

I don't know anything about that place. Famous Daves has an awesome mustard base sauce that is about all that was good there. Oh the corn bread muffins were pretty good too.
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Re: Dale Bakers in Austin

Postby bdbaker » Sun Sep 13, 2020 10:43 am

Hi! I am Billy Dale Baker. I'm Dale baker's youngest son. Just so you know I'm legit we were located at 3003 Lake Austin Blvd. We opened Nov. 1, 1952 and shut down Oct. 31, 1975. If you give me contact information I would be honored to give you the recipe. I really don't want to share it in an open forum. If you want it you'll be one of only 3 people living that has it, the other being my sister.
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Postby Rambo » Sun Sep 13, 2020 11:27 am

We have a private message system here. Anyone interested can send Mr. Baker a PM. Thanks for the offer Sir and welcome to the Forum
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Re: Dale Bakers in Austin

Postby mlmurrah » Sun Sep 13, 2020 9:37 pm

bdbaker wrote:Hi! I am Billy Dale Baker. I'm Dale baker's youngest son. Just so you know I'm legit we were located at 3003 Lake Austin Blvd. We opened Nov. 1, 1952 and shut down Oct. 31, 1975. If you give me contact information I would be honored to give you the recipe. I really don't want to share it in an open forum. If you want it you'll be one of only 3 people living that has it, the other being my sister.


I am very excited about your very kind offer. I sent you a PM with my contact.info.
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Postby Boots » Mon Sep 14, 2020 6:33 pm

Very gracious Mr. Baker. Salute! :salut:
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Postby OldUsedParts » Mon Sep 14, 2020 6:40 pm

Boots wrote:Very gracious Mr. Baker. Salute! :salut:

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Re: Dale Bakers in Austin

Postby mdickens52 » Thu Sep 17, 2020 9:01 pm

I would like to say, that yes, I do remember Dale Bakers in Austin. My family, the Dickens, lived at 507 Deep Eddy Avenue from 1955 until we had to sell the house in January 2019. Mom and Dad, Margaret and Lewis (Babe) Dickens, would take us kids to eat there. Remember the sawdust on the floors. There were us 3 girls (Linda, Diana, and me Mary, along with younger brother Lewis) and we just loved the place. It had the best bbq smell and it would just make your mouth water. Always has a special place when the family would talk about it and Mom and Dad just loved your Dad. Memories are Great. Many a day spent at Deep Eddy swimming, running across Lake Austin Blvd barefoot. Those were the days. God Bless You.
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Re: Dale Bakers in Austin

Postby bdbaker » Wed Oct 14, 2020 11:44 am

mdickens52 wrote:I would like to say, that yes, I do remember Dale Bakers in Austin. My family, the Dickens, lived at 507 Deep Eddy Avenue from 1955 until we had to sell the house in January 2019. Mom and Dad, Margaret and Lewis (Babe) Dickens, would take us kids to eat there. Remember the sawdust on the floors. There were us 3 girls (Linda, Diana, and me Mary, along with younger brother Lewis) and we just loved the place. It had the best bbq smell and it would just make your mouth water. Always has a special place when the family would talk about it and Mom and Dad just loved your Dad. Memories are Great. Many a day spent at Deep Eddy swimming, running across Lake Austin Blvd barefoot. Those were the days. God Bless You.

I remember your family well. Your sisters were the prettiest in the neighborhood. Diana was a year behind me in school.
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Re: Dale Bakers in Austin

Postby OldUsedParts » Wed Oct 14, 2020 1:38 pm

Howdy, Mary, and Welcome to the Forum - - - thank you very much for sharing that :texas: BBQ History with us. :tup: :cheers: :salut:
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