– If you haven’t yet, you need to go:
Take a trip out to Cele Store, where barbecue, history, and movies collide https://t.co/YEbEnnYYO4
— Eater Austin (@EaterAustin) May 27, 2016
– Wyatt McSpadden shared some of the barbecue portraits he’s taken over the years for Yeti’s Men Behind the Meat.
– The Houston Chronicle discusses barbecue feuds across the state, and the lack of them in Houston.
– The new Typhoon Texas waterpark includes a Texas barbecue restaurant with staff trained by Roegel’s Barbecue.
– The Smoking Ho found some good BBQ in Georgetown:
My initial impression of @FullhouseBBQ in Georgetown. Let’s just say I’ll be back – https://t.co/R2olSznlgT pic.twitter.com/lf8IkWZgse
— Jimmy Ho (@TheSmokingHo) June 1, 2016
– The Barbecue Bros. enjoyed a visit to Black’s Barbecue in Austin.
– The Waco paper highlights Axtell BBQ just northeast of town.
– Lupe Limon, formerly of Quality Packers in Victoria, has opened his own place, Limon’s BBQ.
– KBTX preps a couple racks of spare ribs with Lee Jasper at Kreuz Market:
– Steven Raichlen teaches How to Smoke Meat Without a Smoker in the Wall Street Journal.
– From Serious Eats, a recipe for smoked cochinita pibil.
– Acornseekers has set up a farm in Flatonia to raise Ibericus hogs.
– The Dan Patrick show took a trip to Killen’s Barbecue:
– Texas Rangers baseball writer Evan Grant will be a new barbecue columnist for the DMN.
– Houston’s ABC 13 travels to City Market in Luling for the Texas Roadtrippers segment.
– Austin KEYE took a road trip to Bastrop to visit Southside Market.
– Smoked cheese, anyone?
Smoked parmigiano-reggiano #flavortown #pastabilities pic.twitter.com/JzPPpXLbfZ
— Brothers Plescha (@charcoalbyob) May 26, 2016
– Thrillist listed the most important food innovation of every state, and Alabama’s was white barbecue sauce. Texas’s chosen innovation was, of course, smoked brisket.
– A few Kansas City food writers got together to compile a list of the best ribs in the city.
– Erin O’Shea of Philly’s Percy Street Barbecue talks about the science of barbecue.
– I don’t agree, but here’s their pick:
This is the absolute best barbecue in New York: https://t.co/sTORN1adlv pic.twitter.com/Z6na7SHaSk
— Grub Street (@grubstreet) June 1, 2016
– I talked to the Texas Standard about Texas barbecue in Paris at The Beast.
– The Daily Meal provides a list of the best barbecue festivals in the country.
– Andrew Zimmern shares his picks for the best barbecue around the country.
– Do you have what it takes to be a bacon critic?
Want to be Extra Crispy’s BACON CRITIC? We thought so. Apply here: https://t.co/ZZQymtn2Ma pic.twitter.com/5hNXqJ9G5s
— Extra Crispy (@extracrispy) June 1, 2016