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    Houston pitmaster lands on Forbes 30 Under 30 list

    By Greg Morago The sign on the door of Pinkerton’s BBQ on Airline in the Heights reads “Come Hell or High Water, we will have BBQ, liquor and AC!” inside they were serving people after heavy rain from Hurricane Harvey fell overnight, Sunday, Aug. 27, 2017, in Houston. Beef rib, prime brisket, jalapeno sausage, glazed […] More

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    DINING A LA KING: Fans of smoked meat will celebrate this deli addition

    What started with a conversation about how to throw a better tailgate for customers turned into an array of smoked meats for customers at two Martin’s Super Markets stores. “We thought we would be using it for our catering,” said Susan Velez, deli/bakery specialist for 10 stores. Instead, Martin’s installed Southern Pride smokers as it […] More

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    Brickhouse BBQ getting steeped in Sweet Tea, reopening

    Brickhouse BBQ is dropping the BBQ from its name and will reopen with the owner of the State Street restaurant Sweet Tea as its new chef. The restaurant, 408 W. Gorham St., which opened in 2010 next to Riley’s Wines of the World, closed two months ago after owner Jongyean Lee lost her sous chef. […] More

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    Mano a Mano Rib Throwdown Taking Entries

    Mano a Mano Rib Throwdown Taking Entries By Carol Graham The Independent With names like Lord of the Ribs, Showoff BBQ, Not Quite Vegan and Blazin by the Bay, a total of 28 barbecue teams will be competing for top bragging rights in the 5th annual Mano a Mano Rib Throwdown on Saturday, November 11. […] More

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    Sonny’s Smokin’ Showdown now to be held at Camping World Stadium

    Sonny’s Smokin’ Showdown will now be held at Camping World Stadium. The barbecue competition will take place on March 3. The Smokin’ Showdown started four years ago, and was held at the Central Florida Zoo. It’s an invite-only competition and festival hosted by Sonny’s BBQ. “We’re very excited to move Sonny’s Smokin’ Showdown to the […] More

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    Brisket, Sausages, and Vegan Protesters at Texas Monthly BBQ Fest

    The Texas Monthly BBQ Fest took place for the eighth time on Sunday, with the festival’s largest crowd clamoring for smoked meats at 30 of the best barbecue joints from around the state. The magazine’s highly competitive barbecue rankings came out in May, and the festival was a chance for the new barbecue elite to […] More

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    San Juan Smokehouse opening on Chestnut Street

    If nothing else, the new Bowling Green restaurant set to open in the former home of the Brickyard Cafe will offer some menu items that are new to the area. San Juan Smokehouse, which opens to the public Tuesday at 1026 Chestnut St., is described by its owners as a “fusion” of Southern-style barbecue and […] More

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    Central Connecticut Now Has Kansas City Style Barbecue

    The scene: Central Connecticut is not famous for barbecue. But in recent years, America’s obsession with Southern-style smoked meats has led to an explosion of barbecue eateries in every corner of the country, some good, some great, but most subpar. It sometimes seems like anyone who has visited Memphis or Texas or watched an episode […] More

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    Slow-cooker brisket tastes like barbecue

    Portland, Ore., food blogger Leigh Anne Wilkes believes that using a slow cooker can reduce the stress of holiday cooking. Her new cookbook, “Holiday Slow Cooker,” has recipes for feasts — such as Herbed Turkey Breast and Sausage Cornbread Dressing — as well as easy weeknight meals — Sesame Chicken and Ham, Lentil and Vegetable […] More

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    Baby Back Ribs with Killer Hogs The BBQ Rub

    Baby Back Ribs with Killer Hogs Need Something? Award Winning Slow Smoked Baby Back BBQ Ribs Price: $69.95 Obie-Cue’s Sweet Rub BBQ Spice for Chicken, Chops & Ribs (12 oz) Price: $9.13 Rib Rub and BBQ Seasoning (26 Oz Professional Pack) – No MSG Gluten Free – 1 LB 10 OZ, 737g – Excellent Seasoning […] More

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    NOPSI’s barbecue shrimp recipe

    Via nola.com By Ann Maloney NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune Dustin Brien, chef de cuisine at Public Service restaurant inside the NOPSI Hotel in the Central Business District has immersed himself in the old recipes that came from home economics kitchen at the New Orleans Public Service Inc., or NOPSI. While most NOPSI recipes require considerable tinkering […] More

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