Made it home for this first visit in a long time

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Made it home for this first visit in a long time

Postby bsooner75 » Sat Dec 23, 2017 10:06 am

Made it back to Longview for a long overdue visit with Grandma. My Grandparents have lived on S High my whole life and my Mom and I lived with them for a bit back in the day. Needless to say The Bodacious on Mobberly was a regular spot to eat.

Over the years it became a nostalgic spot to visit with good Q for a franchise operation but not a destination joint. That is until Pitmaster Jordan was given the reigns and put his spin on things. The Buzz started to build and then they landed #4 on the T50 list.

So guess where I was headed as soon as I got home…these guys are killing it. My family and I were extremely impressed. I really like the fact they kept the $1.85 sloppy joe on the menu for the kids (ok maybe I ate the rest). They also have several sandwiches on the menu as options.

I opted for moist brisket, pulled pork, hot link and house sausage. I might make it home more often now…

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Re: Made it home for this first visit in a long time

Postby OldUsedParts » Sat Dec 23, 2017 10:59 am

If I may quote Mr. Henry John Deutschendorf Jr. "Hey it's great to be back home again" - - - grub looks good too - - - enjoy the Food Family and MEMORIES :tup: :salut: :santa: :cheers:
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Re: Made it home for this first visit in a long time

Postby Russ » Sat Dec 23, 2017 5:29 pm

Yup, perfect combinations brother. Would love to try that someday.

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