– The Texas Monthly BBQ Festival wrapped up on Sunday, and the Brisket and Bagels blog has a great collection of photos from the event.
– …The Smoking Ho:
— Jimmy Ho (@TheSmokingHo) November 1, 2016
– Evan LeRoy “has been the de facto barbecue guru for anyone traveling to Texas to learn about the hallowed tradition of smoking meats.”
– Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew in Austin is expanding with a second location in Dripping Springs.
– Quatrième jour au Texas : une leçon de BBQ par Wayne Mueller.
– Hays County BBQ in San Marcos is getting new building:
In order to better serve you, we are building a new building! Thank you for the many yrs of business, we couldn’t have done this without u! pic.twitter.com/iStvs38cjB
— Hays Co. Bar-B-Que (@Hayscobbq) November 2, 2016
– Texas BBQ in Toronto looks a whole lot like Texas BBQ in Texas.
– ZZQ, a Texas-style barbecue vendor in Richmond, Virginia are opening a permanent location.
– Shotgun Willie’s BBQ is bringing Central Texas style barbecue to Nashville.
– Some love for Bartley’s BBQ in Grapevine:
— Central Track (@Central_Track) November 2, 2016
– BBQ Recon traveled to Pecan Lodge in Dallas where he found some great barbecue.
– KPRC recaps Bourdain’s visit to Houston, including a stop at Burns BBQ.
– Houston food writers discuss Houston BBQ and whole hog:
— Alison Cook (@alisoncook) November 1, 2016
– JC Reid of the Houston Chronicle profiles The Pit Room and its craft barbecue.
– Southern Smoke is coming up this weekend in Houston, and Matthew Odam has a preview.
– Taste the best BBQ in Houston head-to-head at the Houston BBQ Throwdown on 11/20.
– More wood and less limestone seems like a no-brainer for charcoal:
— Virtual Weber Bullet (@VirtualWeber) October 31, 2016
– South Carolinian Robert Moss is hoping to see the whole hog tradition blossom outside of its usual confines. Cattleack Barbecue in Dallas is a good start.
– Robert Moss investigates the lives of a couple forgotten pitmasters in Georgia.
– Food critic who once gave 1 star to this joint now calls it a favorite: