– A new film from the SFA about Patillo’s Bar-B-Que in Beaumont:
– Thrillist ate their way through Austin and compiled this list of the best barbecue in the city.
– Food & Wine examines the fantastic barbecue breakfast tacos at Valentina’s Tex-Mex BBQ in Austin.
– Fish sauce is a secret ingredient for plenty of chefs, including Evan LeRoy of Freedmen’s in Austin.
– 3M jumps on the barbecue bandwagon:
— 3M (@3M) March 12, 2016
– Fort Worth magazine discovers the “no-frills barbecue” of Cooper’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que.
– After a six year absence, Charles “Kipz” Stone is back at Kip’Z BBQ in Fort Worth, the Star Telegram reports.
– Todd David of Cattleack Barbecue shows the DMN how to smoke a brisket.
– A new documentary, For the Love of Meat, is debuting soon in Austin.
– The Guardian recommends lamb ribs for the Easter menu. After talking up American barbecue for several paragraphs, they oddly suggest cooking them in the oven.
– Let Aaron Franklin guide you through a brisket purchase:
— Lucky Peach (@LuckyPeach) March 16, 2016
– 512 Tech suggests a trip to Smokey Denmark’s for barbecue while in Austin.
– Live Fire, bringing together a load of Texas barbecue talent, is coming to Austin April 7th.
– While the president was eating tacos, the First Lady was getting some barbecue:
— Micklethwait (@CraftMeats) March 17, 2016
– CW 33 profiles local Dallas barbecue joint Smokey John’s BBQ.
– The Cross Timbers Gazette likes the portions at Chasin’ Tail BBQ in Lake Dallas.
– The best BBQ in the country according to Thrillist:
— Clint Cantwell (@Grillocracy) March 15, 2016
– You can vote for your own favorite in their Sweet 16 BBQ Bracket.
– Yelp says the best barbecue in the country is in Kansas City.
– Culturemap Houston calls these the best barbecue joints in town.
– A photo essay of Texas BBQ:
— Charlie Scudder (@cscudder) March 15, 2016
– John Lewis shares a few things about his upcoming Lewis Barbecue in Charleston including that wait times will never exceed 20 minutes.
– Southern Living looks at the barbecue presented at Charleston Wine & Food as a window into the future of barbecue in Charleston.
– Guns Up BBQ pays a visit to The Shed BBQ in Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
– Munchies suggest you get down to Wyatt’s Country Bar-B-Que in Atlanta for the ribs.
– Great new BBQ in North Carolina:
— andrea weigl (@andreaweigl) March 6, 2016
– Texas BBQ Treasure Hunt finds a gem in Brenham at Truth BBQ.
– Stephen Naron shares notes from his BBQPalooza2016 tour.
– Texas Pit Quest gives some tips on organizing a barbecue road trip.
– The Smoking Ho attended the latest TMBBQ Fire & Smoke dinner and filed this report.
– Mike Thomas of 4T’s BBQ in Forney is profiled here:
– “I think barbecue is better here in Seattle than in Texas due to raising the beef in a more moderate climate.”
– John Shelton Reed covers the politics of barbecue for the New York Times.
– The Dickson’s Farmstand team entered an entire smoked beef chuck at the same event:
— Dickson’s Farmstand (@EatMeaty) March 16, 2016
– Arby’s is making a comeback, and much of its recent success is due to smoked brisket.
– USA Today discovers the great Texas-style brisket at Maple Block Meat Co. in LA.
– One class at the University of Houston will spend their Spring Break with Texas barbecue.
– Sad news out of Lexington, Texas:
Heaven gained one of the best BBQ hands ever. Gone but never ever will be forgotten. Love our Hershey! pic.twitter.com/wInCkskDkA
— Kerry Bexley (@snowsbbq) March 4, 2016