– Brisket in NC was the meal for President Obama at Midwood Smokehouse:
Obama and Clinton stop for BBQ at Midwood Smokehouse pic.twitter.com/GZBJ9Ppeaf
— Margaret Talev (@margarettalev) July 5, 2016
– A Houston blogger ordered enough smoked meat at La Barbecue for five or six people, then complained that it cost $100.
– A woman was poisoned by an industrial cleaner in her iced tea at Dickey’s BBQ. Dickey’s is now suing the company who makes the cleaner.
– In a sad highway accident, a barbecue smoker came off its mounting on a camper and collided with a car, killing a man.
– Would you eat beef from cloned cattle?
— Charlie Scudder (@cscudder) July 6, 2016
– The Collaboration of Smoke Dinner is coming to Houston on 7/18. It features Wesley Jurena of Pappa Charlie’s BBQ, Patrick Feges, and Erin Smith.
– TJ’s Seafood Market in Dallas is hosting the Sea to Smoker barbecue event on 7/24.
– It looks like there’s good barbecue in Denver:
— Eater Denver (@EaterDenver) June 27, 2016
– Robert Wilonsky of the Dallas Morning News wonders why nobody is going to one of his favorite barbecue joints.
– Cattleack BBQ in Dallas has reopened after a renovation and addition.
– Daniel Delaney of Brooklyn’s Delaney BBQ does some indoor smoking for Munchies.
– They mean KCBS competition barbecue:
— Eater (@Eater) July 7, 2016
– These are the Daily Mail’s five best Dallas barbecue joints.
– Texas BBQ Treasure Hunt has found some great deals on beef ribs in Houston.
– John Lewis provides some brisket tasting notes:
— Tasting Table (@TastingTable) July 5, 2016
– J C Reid looks at the history of barbecue used as a lure for railroad development in the US.
– Goodtaste TV highlights the barbecue at the Brisket House in Houston.
– Business Insider has ranked their list of the fifty best barbecue joints in the country.
– Southern Living’s Robert Moss updates his barbecue list:
— Southern Living (@Southern_Living) July 2, 2016
– Then Moss goes on to describe how editors can skew the intention of barbecue lists elsewhere.
– Rien Fertel listed some of his favorite joints in the Carolinas for Time.
– I also penned a list of great Central Texas barbecue spots for Time.
– Bugger off, indeed:
Oh bugger off. https://t.co/GpkmygopBx
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) July 1, 2016