Hardeman’s BBQ is a Dallas Institution for a Reason

Hardeman's BBQGeorge “Slim” Miller didn’t like the welding job he’d taken right out of trade school. It was hot work running beads inside diesel tanks, so he quit. The lady at the unemployment office on Ledbetter in told him to walk across the street to a row of businesses and ask for a job. George Hardeman Sr. had him washing dishes just after the lunch rush, and Miller has worked for Hardeman’s ever since. That was in 1978. Miller runs two hickory-fueled offset smokers parked behind the Hardeman’s at Kiest and Hampton in South . Siblings Gloria Hardeman and George Hardeman Jr. opened this spot in 2012, but the Hardeman’s name has been a force in the barbecue scene for decades. It’s…View Original Post

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