Patrick Joubert’s Fort Worth joint marries the Louisiana flavors of his childhood with the barbecue of his deep Texas roots.
And a new second location means you can devour this burger with brisket and bacon burnt ends much more often.
The original Noble Sandwich Co. in northwest Austin has been transformed into a great barbecue joint.
Plus, Texas Tech is to competitive meat judging what Alabama is to college football.
The new joint in New Caney adds to the impressive options in the Houston area.
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Plus, the sandwich so good actor Paul Rudd has it flown to New York from Kansas City.
Reality TV competition winner Junior Urias serves standout smoked pork belly at his joint.
With a supply of high-quality meat from Grass Run Farms, the Dallas joint is smoking barbecue that rivals its grain-fed competition.
Plus: the best steak that Aaron Franklin ever ate.
Steve and Sherice Garner’s Houston joint pays homage to the authentic, Louisiana-style sausage of their youth.
The new Ponder food trailer is selling far more brisket chopped than sliced, but that’s just fine by pitmaster Brendan Lamb.
It’s not a barbecue joint, but Rich Vana’s restaurant serves a smoked pork belly pastrami on house-made bread that’s worth the trip.
Several BBQ joints will soon get their first Bison Smokers from the students at Forney High's metal shop.
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New owners and the longtime pitmaster improve upon tradition at this Greenville joint. Even the Ernie Burger is better.
The barbecue history of Southeast Texas has been entwined with links for as long as it’s had a dining culture. Legendary joints like Patillo’s Bar-B-Q have been making all-beef sausages stuffed in beef casings for over a century, and a dozen or so link shops carry on
Mark Albright found more than he expected, including love, when he opened his joint at a former tire shop in Beasley.
The Houston joint not only excites diners with its experimentation, but it gets the barbecue basics right too.
Robert Crivellari leads the way at his El Campo joint, with moist and tender brisket and delicious smoked chicken and turkey.
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Plus: Lawmakers file a new bill regarding scales at barbecue joints and other food locales.
The massive Bartonville barbecue and steak restaurant uses too much seasoning and butter, but the pitmaster knows what he's doing.
This Monday night special at one of Dallas’s best joints is worth the unusually complex process undertaken by chef Jeffrey Hobbs.
The Fort Worth pitmaster wasn’t expecting to leave his dad’s business, but his excellent new joint is already validating his vision.
Joe Zavala's popular side project gets a permanent home in Grand Prairie, but he's serving only on Saturdays.
Plus, the James Beard Foundation honors barbecue chefs.
Hal Guillory serves Southeast Texas specialties at this Beaumont institution.
Opened in September, the Forney joint has already outgrown its trailer and ordered two smokers from the high school welding program.
Veteran Euless pitmaster Don Green gives customers many reasons to flock to his Saturday-only BBQ truck, but these are pretty darn great.
Plus, North Carolina’s governor responds to Stephen Colbert’s barbecue putdown.
The family-run Dallas institution is finally back in business after 2017's devastating fire.
Those with a sweet tooth will also appreciate the Nutter Butter banana pudding.
The pitmaster avoids the stress of his popular joint in Longview by running the location twelve miles away.
The jalapeño cheese sausage will win over fans of the Austin BBQ joint and newcomers.
Meet the masters behind this meat art form. You'll never overlook those links hanging in your favorite market again.
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The #roadsausage list consists of small-town joints that have been around for decades, all serving a version of the simple, classic BBQ comfort food.
The dish is nicely balanced with a bright salad and fresh corn tortillas.
Try pickled strawberries, pickled broccoli, and pickled spicy pineapple—and don't forget some tender pork ribs on the side.
The Austin brewery and restaurant has a constantly changing menu, but the unique flavor of the pork ribs make them a consistent standout.
After decades in the oil industry, nomadic pitmaster Don Baucham stakes his claim in remote West Texas.
The peppery ribs and cream ales are both worth going out of your way for.
Former Maiya's chef Mark Scott and his partners have created something special with inventive sides and memorable smoked meat.