The benefits of globalization are endless: the Third World gets life-saving vaccines, formerly stillborn economies flourish as trade surges -- and FedEx brings you hunks of delicious Texas cow. Cramming your mailbox with brisket for the first time: Stubb's BBQ
Overloading Austinites with protein since 1986, Stubb's uses a painstaking smoking process unchanged since founder/owner/gentleman carnivore C.B. Stubblefield perfected it nearly 40 years ago during "The Summer of Rub". Now, they're airlifting pre-cooked, -sauced, and -rubbed brisket, ribs, sausages, peppered pork tenderloins, and 12lb, Butterball-bullying turkeys anywhere in the Fifty States (and Puerto Rico!). Twenty minutes in the oven'll have most of the meats perfect; twenty minutes of consumption'll have you wearing solar suits and funneling Meuslix in a desperate attempt to make room for more
Beyond the basics, you can also nab jerky, cornbread mix, or apple, pecan, and buttermilk pies; throughout this year, Stubb's'll also augment any order with a free bottle of their signature sauce -- authenticity that'll save you from globalization's horrifying downside, Chinese sauce piracy.