BBQ News: 03/10 – 03/23
– Gotta try those juicy links in Port Arthur:
— J.C. Reid (@jcreidtx) March 11, 2017
– The Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival will host Black’s BBQ and Kreuz Market from Lockhart later this month.
– Heim BBQ in Fort Worth is still planning a second location, but the plans have changed on the address.
– Cross Timbers Gazette has high praise for the new 407 BBQ north of Fort Worth.
– Smokey Joe’s BBQ in Dallas is temporarily closed for repairs.
– Steel brands stolen from the pit house at Two Bros. BBQ have been recovered:
– The team from Freedmen’s in Austin showed KEYE how they construct their barbecue Bloody Mary.
– The Austin Food & Wine Alliance’s Live Fire event is bringing together some barbecue heavy hitters on April 6th.
– Insider Food features La Barbecue in Austin in a new video highlighting their barbecue which is worth waiting for.
– The LeRoy & Lewis barbecue trailer made its debut in Austin this past week.
– There’s great BBQ in NYC, but slow your roll on the “barbecue capital” designation, Eater:
— Eater (@Eater) March 14, 2017
– Besides, the NYT is sending their food critic to Texas for barbecue:
— Pete Wells (@pete_wells) March 14, 2017
– The Tyler Morning Telegraph disagreed with Eater. “In the dystopic New York of Eater magazine, barbecue is a trend. In Texas, it’s a faith.”
– Soylent, the company that specializes in liquid meal replacements, has created a barbecue sauce.
– Brazil is in the midst of a tainted meat scandal which involves the world’s largest beef company.
– More Texas-style barbecue in Paris:
— J.C. Reid (@jcreidtx) March 18, 2017
– NPR hung out with the line standers at Franklin Barbecue in Austin during SXSW.
– KUT spent some time at the Texas Sausage Company in Austin. They spoke with owner Gary Tharp whose family has been making sausage for 70 years.
– Armed robbers held up a Pappas Bar-B-Q in Houston. The trio was caught before leaving the parking lot.
– Stephen Naron provides this recap of a barbecue trip through Houston (and Lexington and Brenham).
– Meet a Tennessee whole hog barbecue family:
— Southern Foodways (@potlikker) March 10, 2017
– Nobody wants to fight grease and sweat like we do.” – Gerri Grady of Grady’s BBQ in Dudley, North Carolina.
– John Lewis of Charleston’s Lewis Barbecue was featured on CBS This Morning.
– Great name. Creepy logo:
— Cut4 (@Cut4) March 17, 2017