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If there is one thing Texans can all agree on, yet debate so passionately, it is Barbecue.

God s Perfect Food.

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It seems as if you can t drive more than 1000 feet, without having a fantastic barbecue option here in the Hub City, and now, the barbecue battle is getting even more intense. This time, with some heavy duty players in the mix.

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As United Supermarkets puts the finishing touches on their new location at 114th and Slide Road, driving past I could not help but notice that a VERY familiar and revered name in West Texas BBQ is part of this new project: Evie Mae s Pit Barbecue.

Once completed, this satellite location of Evie Mae s will also have a drive-thru option, under the banner of “Texas Takeout”. This is not unlike what a competitor has been offering up for the past few months, just down the road.

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Under the “True Texas BBQ” banner, HEB has been serving up cue at 114th and Quaker since last year, and now has Evie Mae s literally just down 114th from them. Obviously, healthy competition is a good thing, but can South Lubbock handle these two supermarket giants slinging sauce at one another?

Hell. Yes.

I ve eaten at both Evie Mae s and at HEB, and being able to bring home great barbecue no matter where I shop is a major plus. This is a perfect example of a situation where Lubbock wins on all counts. There is no such thing as having too much good barbecue, and having even more choices and healthy competition is a good thing for all of us.

No matter if you are Team United, or Team HEB…the Lubbock Barbecue Battle is on.