BBQ News: 10/14 – 10/20
– The Dallas Observer talked with Travis and Emma Heim, of Fort Worth’s Heim Barbecue, about the challenges of running their own barbecue joint.
– The Star Telegram profiled the owners of Big D BBQ in Mansfield.
– The Pitmaster Picnic, benefitting Café Momentum, was a big success in Dallas on Sunday.
– Andy Staples swung through Dallas to try Cattleack Barbecue:
— Andy Staples (@Andy_Staples) October 17, 2016
– J C Reid explores how Bourdain got connected with Burns Original BBQ in Houston.
– On 11/06, Southern Smoke is bringing in some of the best barbecue talent across the country to Houston.
– The LA Times reports on a presidential debate watch party at a Texas-style barbecue joint in Mexico.
– Borracho Brisket:
— Central Track (@Central_Track) October 19, 2016
– Evan LeRoy, formerly of Freedmen’s Bar, is doing a pop-up series at Salt & Time.
– A Vegas food writer made a swing through Central Texas, including a stop in Lockhart, and offered this recap.
– EastSide Tavern will open in Austin on November 3rd.
– Texas BBQ Treasure Hunt provides this photo-recap of the Gettin’ Sauced event in Austin last weekend.
– Vegan brisket?
V-Eats, the new vegan restaurant in Trinity Groves, tackles vegan fried chicken, sushi and even brisket. https://t.co/1Mnf35JXtb
— Dallas Observer (@Dallas_Observer) October 18, 2016
– Brookstreet BBQ near Houston was burglarized and they have video of the perpetrator.
– Ed & Tom’s Bar-B-Que just celebrated their grand opening in Odessa.
– Thermoworks has a new thermometer designed for smoking meat, and here’s a review.
– A look at the Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church BBQ:
— Rachel Rollar (@RachelRollar) October 20, 2016
– A few barbecue legends sat down with WGN Radio to talk Chicago barbecue.
– LA Weekly describes California barbecue, and tri-tip’s place in that history.
– Wyatt Dickson of Picnic BBQ in Durham, North Carolina shared his memories of barbecue.
– The new location of B’s Cracklin’ Barbecue in Atlanta is already making a good impression.
– “Bruin says his cows eat only ‘the best’: Cadbury’s chocolate.”:
Would you ever think feeding a cow chocolate would improve the taste & quality of beef !? https://t.co/4IAkwnMijU
— Urner Barry (@urnerbarry) October 17, 2016