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BBQ News: 02/17 – 02/23

– A tasty dose of home-schooling, Central Texas style: BBQ Thursday Road Trip: Taylor and Austin #bbq #texas https://t.co/6DSOvmjnjQ — Kelly Yandell (@KellyYandell) February 19, 2017   – Alison Cook declares in the Houston Chronicle, that the addition of Pinkerton’s Barbecue means “Houston’s barbecue scene just keeps getting richer.” – The Houston Chronicle visits the new Feedlot BBQ in Magnolia, a joint that made the jump from competitions to commercial barbecue. – Houston Fed has…

Honky Tonk Kid BBQ

After a culinary education at Texas State Technical College and several years working at Uncle Dan’s, a barbecue joint in Waco, David Gorham was ready to branch out on his own. Gorham and his father, John, partnered up in 2015 to open Honky Tonk Kid BBQ, a food trailer in Waco the two planned to run as a team. But a month after opening, David’s father passed away. “It was a lot for me to take on,” Gorham said, so…

BBQ News: 02/10 – 02/16

– Houston BBQ joint owner involved in high speed chase:   – J C Reid makes the case for Houston as a hotbed for barbecue “startups” with Pappas Charlie’s as a shining example. – Houston Food Finder searched the city for spots that are making their own sausage, and have provided a helpful guide. – Waller County Line settled in a lawsuit brought against them by County Line Barbecue for copyright infringement. – BBQ and…

I Say DeMaria, You Say DiMaria

In 1891, the S.S. Utopia departed Italy, headed for America. The ship, carrying 880 passengers, many of them Italian immigrants who boarded the Utopia in Naples or Palermo, was sailing through the port of Gibraltar when it struck another vessel. The hole created by the collision sunk the Utopia in just twenty minutes, and 562 passengers died. It was a tragedy chronicled by the New York Times, which reported that people aiding in the recovery effort found the passengers, who had been crammed below-deck…

Interview: Christine Jones of Christine’s Blues ‘N BBQ

Owner/Pitmaster: Christine’s Blues ‘N BBQ; Opened 2000 Age: 53 Smoker: Indirect Heat Wood-Fired Pit Wood: Mesquite and Pecan Records line the wall above the bar at Christine’s Blues ‘N BBQ. As soap operas played silently on the television, I asked her where all the good music was. With a smile, as if she thought nobody would ask, she found a classic R&B Station and hummed along. That’s customer service at Christine’s. She told me all her customers are family,…

BBQ News: 02/03 – 02/09

– Do you know which sausage is the loudest? “Science is all too often stereotyped as academic and aloof, and I am passionate about dispelling that.” https://t.co/cbXrbZE0m7 — Extra Crispy (@extracrispy) February 5, 2017   – The Sausage King of Austin will be crowned on February 16th at St. Elmo Brewing. – Quickbooks talks with Shane Stiles of Stiles Switch BBQ in Austin about restaurant finances. – BBQ kolaches in Austin: Kerlin BBQ’s dedicated barbecue…

Texas Rangers Announce a BBQ Signing

On opening day of the 2018 Texas Rangers season, you’ll be able to enjoy a Kreuz Market sausage before the game. Texas Live!, a new dining and entertainment development is coming to Arlington. Situated between Globe Life Park and AT&T Stadium, the $250 million project will house the third location of Lockhart Smokehouse. This move marks another step toward bringing Texas sports and great Texas barbecue together. Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams asked, “What is more Texas than…

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