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On the Menu: Tempt your taste buds this weekend by trying any of these barbecue dishes.

Buffalo Steak

Billy Bob’s Steak House
and Saloon, Sam’s Town

Here’s a special in honor of the National Finals Rodeo: The NFR Buffalo Ribeye Steak is a — yup — buffalo steak served with a Dijon demi-glace as part of a dinner ($36). It’s only available when the rodeo runs, which means through Dec. 10.

Pork Ribs

Texas de Brazil, Town Square

For a taste of South American cowboy chow, pork ribs are part of the 15 meats served with the churrascaria-style dinner at Texas de Brazil ($26.99 at lunch, $46.99 at dinner).

Pulled Pork

Memphis Championship Barbecue

The pulled pork at Memphis Championship Barbecue is smoked for 18 to 20 hours and served up a whole lot of different ways: by the pound ($10.99), in a dinner ($11.49) or in a sandwich with sides ($7.29 or $8.49).

Prime Rib

Bob Taylor’s
Original Ranch House

The smoked boneless prime rib dinner at Bob Taylor’s is available in two sizes: 12 ounces ($24.99) and 16 ounces ($28.99), both as part of a dinner. And on Mondays, it’s $1 an ounce.

Beef Brisket

Buzz BBQ

Buzz smokes its beef brisket for 18 to 20 hours before serving it up in a dinner ($17) or on a sandwich ($8). Whole smoked briskets also are available ($115).

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