– The line at Franklin Barbecue gets some NYT coverage:
— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 27, 2016
– The Austin American Statesman has some fun at the expense of the NYT, who they say is a bit late on the story of the Franklin Barbecue line.
– There is a Texas BBQ edition handgun:
— Cattleack Barbeque (@Cattleackbbq) January 24, 2016
– Hundreds of thousands of turkeys and chickens were euthanized after another outbreak of avian flu.
– For those who like it hot & fast, here’s how to build a Rocket Stove with just a few cinder blocks.
– Introducing the “Milwaukee Rib”:
— Monica Eng (@monicaeng) January 21, 2016
– BBQ Recon was impressed with Terry Black’s Barbecue.
– Texas BBQ Treasure Hunt checked out the new Cooper’s in downtown Austin and has some questions about their continued popularity.
– Tickets are now on sale for this year’s Hogs for the Cause event in New Orleans.
– Cooking on the Dark Side:
— Food & Wine magazine (@foodandwine) January 27, 2016
– Some of Austin’s best pitmasters offer their barbecue tips to the home cook.
– La Barbecue has a brand new trailer and a new lead pitmaster too.
– Bloomberg offers a list of barbecue options for your next trip to Austin.
– Do you know this BBQ pit thief?:
Buc-ee’s thief caught on camera stealing high-end BBQ pits https://t.co/u2shhYPfnv
— mySA (@mySA) January 28, 2016
– Top 50 barbecue joint Zimmerhanzel’s in Smithville is closed for good.
– Adrian Davila of Davila’s BBQ in Seguin will appear on the Food Network’s “The Kitchen.”
– Michna’s Bar-B-Que in Waco is undergoing a remodel and will reopen next month.
– A Pittsburg family reunion:
— Garden & Gun (@gardenandgunmag) January 27, 2016
– The Houston Chronicle talks to Wayne Kammerl of the Brisket House about the travails of opening a barbecue joint.
– Sadly, Roy Burns Jr. of the Burns BBQ Family in Houston has passed away.
– Not in Dallas, thankfully:
— Grub Street (@grubstreet) January 24, 2016
– Southern Living offers up their favorite legendary barbecue joints. 3 of 20 are in Texas.
– Matthew McConaughey talks to Garden & Gun about his love for the barbecue in New Orleans. He also prefers pork over brisket. Get a rope.
– The New York Post claims “Carolina barbecue is the best barbecue.”
– China blames BBQ for its smog:
— MUNCHIES (@munchies) January 22, 2016