Can't be any more hill country than that. We polished them off pretty quickly and asked for more. Sauced - Unsolicited BBQ sauce slathered over top of your meat, usually to add what was non-existent flavor in the meat. A bucket of wet pecan shells wait by the fire for occasional flare-ups. Everything except bread and potato salad are GF.
You must log in or sign up to reply here. Hello Anonymous aren't they always? Please include any notes in the "Supporting information for media credentials" box. The potato salad is unusual but good and the coleslaw good too. Small place so plan your visit.
Dry brisket with a clean cloth. Cole slaw was pretty average, all-in-all a great meal. With the original pit still in use, The Salt Lick grew up around it. They started by irrigating a field and selling produce to local grocers. I didn't pull back any curtain, I just asked a guy who runs those pits in the kitchen what they use. The best meats are the pork ribs, sausage and the brisket end pieces. S'mores Blossom Cookies
Have been to Salt Lick many times, have never been to Franklin's because of long lines and bad knee. I come back whenever I'm in town. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Retrieved May 15, The rest of the meats were fine, but not out of this world. The roots of The Salt Lick run back to Mississippi in the mids. Told her I don't go there on the open forum.