BBQ News: 12/04 – 12/10
– It’s the time of year when Stiles Switch brings us their 12 Days of Smoked Meat:
— StilesSwitchBBQ (@StilesSwitchBBQ) December 10, 2015
– In which I urge Texas Standard listeners to consider tortillas as their barbecue companion.
– The Culture Trip says these are the ten best barbecue joints in Texas.
– Tickets are on sale for the Whole Hog Extravaganza held at 17th St. BBQ in Murphysboro, Illinois in January.
– Restaurants don’t normally serve as barbecue competition organizers, but that’s what the Sonny’s BBQ chain is doing with their upcoming Sonny’s Smokin’ Showdown next month in Sanford, Florida.
– Where to look if you love mustard on your BBQ:
— Robert Moss (@mossr) December 8, 2015
– Southern Living also provide a couple recipes to those interested in making their own mustard barbecue sauce.
– There’s a group of Lebanese steakhouses operating in Oklahoma that also specialize in barbecue of the bologna variety.
– Adam Perry Lang is back at it in LA at his back lot barbecue trailer. Proceeds will benefit LA Kitchen.
– Travelling to the UK and looking for barbecue?
— Marcus Bawdon (@devonwoodsmoke) December 10, 2015
– The Smoking Ho loves the brisket on a biscuit at Jackson Street BBQ in Houston.
– Meathead Goldwyn shares his list of great barbecue books for barbecue lovers.
– Eater travels to Katz’s to find great pastrami:
– Long time Denton pitmaster Steve Logan, who operated Steve’s BBQ, passed away in late November.
– CBS DFW profiled Angelo’s in Fort Worth, a place legendary for brisket and Budweiser.
– Bill Addison of Eater goes to San Antonio and finds barbecue at the Granary and a brisket taco at Garcia’s.
– Market Barbeque has opened in Laredo and KGNS has a preview. Unfortunately, the single food shot is of white bread.
– Clem Mikeska’s Barbecue in Belton is looking to expand and grow along with the community.
– Michael Symon was recently in Austin filming for his new BBQ show:
— la Barbecue (@la_Barbecue) December 6, 2015
– The Houston Chronicle wonders aloud about “Fat or No Fat” on your brisket. Hint: they like the fat.
– The Brisket House already has two successful locations in Houston, and now they’ve announced plans for a third.
– A couple Houston barbecue bloggers partnered with Tin Roof BBQ to compete in a recent contest, and they wrote about their experience.
– You’ve got to go to Southeast Texas to get your grease balls, and Patillo’s is one of the best.
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— Drew Franklin (@DrewFranklinKSR) December 10, 2015