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Amazing Eats: Juicy Bites

Adam Richman is out to chow down at 5 awesome restaurants that let loose the juice.

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Did You Know? In the 16th century, Native Americans showed Spanish settlers how to slow-smoke meat to a state of tender, juicy deliciousness.

Dish 2: Hill Country Texas BBQ
Where: The Salt Lick BBQ, 18300 FM 1826, Driftwood, TX 78619

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