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With its meat cooked on-site and an eye-catching exhaust system, Houston's new Q is a first-class joint.
Smoked-meat news from Texas and beyond.
Ready for this jelly: Pig ears provide most of the gelatin in the Beaumont restaurant's version, which is heavy on the meat.
It started with a sad photo of brisket.
Smoked meat news from Texas and beyond.
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With a new smoker named Bocephus, and another on the way, the inspiring James Jones keeps improving his game in Cedar Park.
With a sandwich like the Nasty Nate and impressive barbecue, this one-man show in San Antonio has earned a loyal following.
Write it down: This new Sisterdale joint, which does more than barbecue, picks up where the memorable Maywald's left off.
Texas toast makes everything better at this new classic-menu spot in Celina.
Tejas Chocolate Craftory in Tomball spends some moolah on its delicious mole. So don't look for it on the counter.
Don't be fooled by appearances at this longtime Marshall joint. Herbert White's secret recipe makes Wednesdays extra special.
Daniel Vaughn looks outside the Top 50 barbecue list for his most memorable meals of the year across the state.
Stuffed with brisket and cheddar, these long, crisp "potato sausages" are a revelation at Austin joint.
Using history as a guide—especially Frank X. Tolbert's priceless Texas reporting—I set out to create the ideal BBQ complement.
Move over, fruitcake. Turn sausage into the hallmark of your next holiday party.
The perfect Frito pie awaits! Skip hours of cooking time by bringing home the brisket (and a few other key ingredients) from your favorite BBQ joint.
This sauce is for smoked meats—not chicken fingers or French fries.
Smoked in Texas
Quick study Cade Mercer's pitmaster background brings the smoke to this Japanese staple at his new food truck in Waco.
At the Dallas Cowboys' Star complex, the barbecue comes from California.
Traditional kalua pork in Houston.
Trading ribs for ribeyes.