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Bailey's Bar-B-Que

Maybe We Should Celebrate the Chopped Beef Sandwich

Feb 21, 2014 By Daniel Vaughn

Ah, the chopped brisket sandwich: it’s as ubiquitous to Texas barbecue joints as pump jacks are to the Permian Basin. They’re so commonplace and ordinary, I’ve even criticized them in the past as something far inferior to a thick slice of smoked brisket. But meat on a bun was once…