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Transplants bring familiar flavors of smoked brisket and beef ribs to the Mile High City.
Meet the masters behind this meat art form. You'll never overlook those links hanging in your favorite market again.
'Austin American-Statesman' food critic Matthew Odam defends his recent article questioning the quality of the smoked brisket in Lockhart.
Dear Daniel: Are all barbecue cooks pitmasters?
We've mapped out all the great pit stops along (and within ten miles of) the interstates that cross Texas.
Wyatt McSpadden’s latest collection of photographs is a call to action to explore and discover the joints you find on the backroads and in small towns.
Plus: barbecue summer camp, protest through barbecue, possible barbecue cannibalism, and much, much more.
Pitmaster Cody Wingman jump-starts his new career with this appealing joint in the former Peete Mesquite home.
With its meat cooked on-site and an eye-catching exhaust system, Houston's new Q is a first-class joint.