– Who knows, maybe Irish briskets to the rescue?
– Texas BBQ Treasure Hunt has some ideas to help your local BBQ joint stay profitable so they can stick around.
– Like we said, it’s getting $$$:
— keyetv (@keyetv) January 5, 2015
– “We kill Memphis, Texas, anybody that thinks they could barbecue, ain’t f—— with Kansas City.” – Rapper Tech N9ne with strong barbecue opinions.
– BBQ and gender roles are discussed by the Food as a Lens blog.
– The staff of Two Bros. BBQ in San Antonio held their own version of the the Olympics. The BBQ Olympics:
A photo posted by chefjasondady (@chefjasondady) on Jan 1, 2015 at 2:06pm PST
– D Magazine starts their ideal day in the Dallas Design District with a stop at Slow Bone for lunch.
– Taste of the Championship is coming to Dallas for the College Football Championship. It will feature chefs all over the region, including Dwight Harvey of Off The Bone in Dallas.
– BBQ on the Brazos in Cresson is readying itself for the crowds expected with the College Football Championship game in Arlington.
– Chasin’ Tail BBQ in Hickory Creek was forced to move because of highway construction, but plans to be open later this month in a new location.
– Brace yourselves:
— Urner Barry Beef (@UBbeef) January 2, 2015
– The Austin American Statesman looks at the deeper meaning behind a stolen barbecue pit in Texas.
– The Franklin Barbecue line just got its own coffee truck.
– South Austin residents living behind Terry Black’s Barbecue are sharing some smoke-related complaints.
– Ribmasters barbecue restaurant is expanding to Tyler.
– Pre-game festivities for the Birmingham Bowl included a rib eating contest:
— Andrew Ruiz (@AndrewNRuiz) January 3, 2015
– I guess they’re now judging Texas-style barbecue joints outside of Texas by the quality of their smoked chicken.
– Southern Living looks at the multiple variations on Brunswick stew in southern barbecue joints.
– “Once you cook with a Southern Pride, you lose your whole heritage. You lose your whole lifestyle.” Robert Adams Sr. of Honey 1 BBQ in Chicago.
– A little construction going on in Pearland:
— Bryan (@BBQBryan) January 4, 2015
– The Alabama governor is having a barbecue for his inauguration too, but it’s free.
– Munchies discovers the Franklin Barbecue line:
— MUNCHIES (@munchies) January 5, 2015
– Texas BBQ & Brew visits Riverport BBQ in Jefferson and comes away impressed.
– The Dallas Observer reviews Clark Food & Wine which features a “New Texas Smokehouse” menu.
– Goldis Sausage in Austin is hibernating for the rest of the winter.
– Mad Jack’s BBQ in Lockhart is coming back from the dead.
– More good BBQ in SA:
— Jimmy Ho (@TheSmokingHo) January 5, 2015
– Steven Raichlen predicts a few barbecue trends for 2015.
– Smoked and barbecued beef tongue are now hot menu items in Japan after US beef import restrictions were lifted.
– Some would say this is the most iconic restaurant in all of Texas:
— Justice Don Willett (@JusticeWillett) January 6, 2015