As the saying goes, everything's bigger in Texas and one BBQ restaurant has a loaded baked potato that fits the oversized bill.

Sherice and Steve Garner, who opened SouthernQ BBQ and Catering in Houston, Texas, 10 years ago, joined "Good Morning America" to share a recipe from the hometown hot spot's hearty menu.

"Barbecue is not only a way of life, it is also a religion down here. It is a way of gathering family and friends," pitmaster Steve Garner told "GMA."

"It's a lot of home cooking and it's a lot of flavor and love in it," Sherice Garner added.

Due to COVID-19 dining restrictions the business lost most of its catering operations and had to close their original location.

"That meant a lot to us. That was our first building," Sherice Garner explained.

For the past few weeks, the Garners have continued to help feed their hungry community with curb-side service and now they're sharing the secrets to one of SouthernQ's signature items.

Check out the full recipe below and recreate this loaded BBQ baked potato at home.

The Big Poppa Potato

PHOTO: The Big Poppa Potato from SouthernQ BBQ in Houston, Texas.
Southern Q BBQ & Catering
The Big Poppa Potato from SouthernQ BBQ in Houston, Texas.

Ingredients
Dry Rub:
Salt and pepper
1/2 cup Garlic
1 cup Paprika
Sugar
Beef Brisket
Ribs
Sausage
Large baked potato
4 oz butter
1 cup mild cheddar cheese4 oz sour creamBacon
Chives
BBQ sauce

Directions

PHOTO: The Big Poppa Potato from SouthernQ BBQ in Houston, Texas.
SouthernQ BBQ & Catering
The Big Poppa Potato from SouthernQ BBQ in Houston, Texas.

Prepare the dry rub for beef brisket. In a small bowl mix 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon pepper, half a cup garlic, 1 cup paprika. Generously rub dry mixture on the brisket. Marinade overnight (12 hours), place on the smoker for 18 hours.

Prepare the dry rub for the ribs. In a small bowl mix 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon pepper, half a cup garlic, 1 cup paprika and half a cup of sugar. Generously rub dry mixture on the ribs. Marinade overnight (12 hours), place on the smoker for 8 hours.

Smoke homemade sausage for 4 hours.

To prepare the baked potato preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Wash the potato, then wrap in foil. Baked the potato at 400 degrees for 1 hour or until completely soft.

Slice hot potato open, apply 2 scoops of butter, 1 cup of cheese. Add meats, half a pound of chopped beef brisket on one side, half a pound of sliced sausage, and 1 large rib. Top with BBQ sauce and add sour cream, bacon and chives.