Austin's Suerte, Houston's Theodore Rex, and Carnitas Lonja in San Antonio receive national acclaim. Read Story
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One 90 Smoked Meats, Dallas It was a big year for barbecue at Texas Monthly. We released a new Top 50 barbecue list, and we welcomed 30 of those highly regarded joints to our eighth annual barbecue festival in November. In compiling the list, which was released in the June issue, I ate plenty of great barbecue. Our Food Editor, Patricia Sharpe, and I visited about… Read Story
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