Meat substitutes such as Beyond Meat keep growing in popularity, so we re-created a Texas bowl of red—no beef involved.
The team behind this month's well-red cover story.
A dedicated carnivore wonders how to handle his wife's request to lead a meat-free existence in 2018.
Hungry? You might not be after you learn about the Wicked Pig.
There has been a recent uptick in the number of meat thefts, but it's nothing new.
In a new video for PETA that spoofs his own Boyhood, Linklater explains why spending the past thirty years as a vegetarian has been such a great decision for him.
Nose-to-tail, locally sourced, and heavy on the protein: Austin chef Jesse Griffiths’s Dai Due moves from the supper club circuit to a permanent home.
A recipe for when the hunters get home.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals points its Thanksgiving publicity campaign toward the small Panhandle town of Turkey.
Dominic Episcopo Photo by George Fiala From Dominic Episcopo’s book-in-progress, Meat America, which also has a Facebook page. (H/T to Jeff Smith for the headline.) – JASON COHEN…
Photo by Brian Birzer MEATLIFTING. It's nothing new. The 2010 arrest of Austin's Ronnie Allen Brock provided Texas Monthly with one of our trademark never-ending punny Bum Steer headlines (as if "Bum Steer" itself wasn't enough). But meat fencing? With an undercover sting called "Operation Meat Locker" to catch local restaurants buying cowntraband? (Sorry.) It sounds like something out of Adult Swim's new procedural parody NTSF:SD:SUV. But it happened yesterday in Austin, with East Side institution Sam's Bar-B-Que getting nailed. Also charged was Willie's Bar-B-Que and the Mexican restaurant La Morenita. KUT appears to have been first to post the story:
Chicken? For the birds. Fish? In the tank. From Buffalo Gap to Galveston, the faddish food these days is steak. Here are ten prime places to enjoy it.
The Humane Society wants to rein in Beltex of Fort Worth, one of the nation’s largest slaughterhouses.
The raw truth about out steaks and chops.