Texans enjoy a lot of things. From Blue Bell ice cream to Chip and Joanna Gaines in Waco. From chicken fried steak to the Dallas Cowboys. Do you see a theme here? Texans LOVE their foods, and bar-b-que is tops! I’m going to share with you a secret today – Soulman’s Bar-B-Que! (Sponsored post)
With 21 Texas locations, Soulman’s Bar-B-Que is considered one of the top Bar-B-Que chains in America (rated by The Daily Meal). I can see a couple of you wondering why this matters to you since you don’t live in Texas, right?
THEY DELIVER! Anywhere in the U.S. (and right now for FREE) – but more on that later.
Soulman’s Bar-B-Que was founded in Pleasant Grove (a suburb of Dallas) in 1974. Their roots are still firmly grounded in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, as all 21 locations are either in the DFW metroplex or within a couple hours drive (I’m talking about you Sulphur Springs, TX).
This decades old family-run company is headed up by husband and wife Don and Teresa Hallet, who credit timeless BBQ techniques and old family recipes with their success. Wouldn’t you like to get your hands on those recipes? Well, I don’t think you can, but I can share with you how to get some of their famous Bar-B-Que!
A delivery from Soulman’s Bar-B-Que recently arrived on my doorstep.
The package contained fully cooked meats (LOVE THAT):
1 slab of St. Louis style pork ribs
1 bottle of Soulman’s Bar-B-Que sauce
1 lb. hot links
But don’t think this is all Soulman’s offers.
For delivery, you’ll find all the above plus smoked sausage. The restaurants have so much more in addition to their famous ribs and hot links – beef brisket, pulled pork, sausage, chicken, and ham (which are all smoked low and slow over hickory wood).
Let’s not forget sides like house smoked beans, Fritos in a “Soul Bowl,” stuffed baked potatoes, creamed corn, mac and cheese, spicy potatoes, mashed potatoes and gravy, potato salad, fried okra, and so much more.
I’ve tried the Bar-B-Que, but let me tell you there’s something I feel I’ve missed out on and will be heading to a local restaurant to try. Buttermilk pie, a southern tradition, is on the menu (in addition to other desserts like banana pudding and pecan pie).
Oh, and sweet tea. A trip to Texas wouldn’t be complete without it.
We opted to enjoy our Bar-B-Que at home this time thanks to Soulman’s Bar-B-Que, something that is perfect during those fall football “home-gating” parties or holiday get-togethers.
In fact, while I haven’t spotted it on the website yet, Soulman’s did announce on Facebook their family holiday meal packages! Take advantage of this – they do all the work and your family and friends will be impressed. Smoked turkey, cornbread dressing, cranberry sauce – the works!
As for our special dinner delivery, I adored the fact that the meats were fully cooked. That saved this mom so much time and energy.
The St. Louis style pork ribs were delicious and so tender. The meat fell off the bone so easily. The hot links, well, they disappeared in a pinch. Soulman’s Bar-B-Que sauce was light with just a hint of heat (I don’t like spicy, so it was just right). We paired the meats with sweet corn on the cob and it was a perfect Texas Bar-B-Que dinner!
Are you ready to stop by? Or order online for delivery?
You can order select meats and Bar-B-Que sauce for delivery anywhere in the U.S.
Currently there is a FREE SHIPPING offer – take advantage!