– The former governor is a big fan of Truth BBQ in Brenham:
– Eater Austin does an admirable job of explaining the timeline of Austin barbecue.
– It can be hard to find barbecue joints open on Monday in Austin, especially the 4th of July, but Stiles Switch BBQ will be open next week.
– It’s a couple years old, but this’ll make you hungry for Argentinian BBQ:
– The Village Voice hung out with all the pitmasters the night before the Big Apple BBQ Block Party.
– Gothamist is not impressed with the new Sammy’s House of BBQ in Manhattan.
– Kurrin Beamon is cooking up barbecue in Chicago at 19 Paul when she’s not working her beat as a police officer.
– Bon Appetit’s podcast this week is all about barbecue.
– On Georgia-style BBQ:
— Robert Moss (@mossr) June 28, 2016
– The Houston Chronicle reminds us that the weather has a tremendous effect on how the barbecue cooks from day to day.
– Robb Walsh discusses Texas barbecue styles and juicy links with KCRW.
– The Houston Chronicle has mapped out their picks for the best barbecue stops in town.
– Your backyard barbecue might rely on deforestation in the Dominican Republic:
Caribbean forests killed to fuel American barbecue pits. https://t.co/dQA1xMuQdE
— Lolis (@LolisEricElie) June 28, 2016
– The Smoking Ho is impressed with his visit to Joseph’s Riverport Bar-B-Cue in Jefferson.
– Jim Shahin of the Washington Post has a few barbecue book suggestions.
– The Washington Post also lists the ten best barbecue joints in town according to Tim Carman.
– BBQ critics giveth, and taketh away:
The $20 Diner’s annual D.C. barbecue rankings, plus the reason why last year’s No. 1 is no longer on the list. https://t.co/Rql5FjeeFC
— Tim Carman (@timcarman) June 23, 2016
– The Meat Sweats is an all-you-can-eat barbecue event coming to San Antonio this weekend.
– KSAT in San Antonio visited Barbecue Station to try the chicken, brisket, and beef ribs.
– John Lewis, of La Barbecue fame, opened his new joint in Charleston, SC:
— The Local Palate (@TheLocalPalate) June 28, 2016
– John Lewis told The Post and Courier, “I wanted to bring a new style of cuisine to Charleston.”
– Eater Charleston takes a photographic tour through the new Lewis Barbecue.
– A West Tennessee barbecue legend:
— Eater (@Eater) June 29, 2016
– Take a tour of Dallas’s 18th & Vine BBQ with pitmaster Matt Dallman and CBS DFW.
– The Star Telegram makes a visit to the new Roadrunner Smokehouse in Glen Rose.
– Central Track headed to Mac’s BBQ in Dallas to highlight the barbecue of Billy McDonald.
– Sausage jokes have always been popular:
Humans love encased meat–and have been making <<eggplant>> jokes about them forever https://t.co/r8i8MudETp
— Reyhan Harmanci (@harmancipants) June 27, 2016