Michael, your photos of Miller’s are real heartbreakers for me. The second edition of Roadfood ( 1980, I think ) was the first of your books that I ever read, and of all the restaurants covered in the book, Miller’s was the one that I most wanted to visit. At the time I had never even heard of Texas-style brisket or hot links before, but your descriptions of Miller’s food and atmosphere had me salivating. I’m really sorry that I never made it down there, but at least I was able to get to Louis Mueller’s place for brisket and hot links last winter, and it’s now my #2 favorite restaurant on the planet, second only to the original Doe’s Eat Place. Do you know in what year Miller’s went out of business?