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BBQ News: 11/14 – 11/20

- The Slow Bone in Dallas is serving a free turkey dinner with all the trimmings on Thanksgiving Day. It is open to all from 1-4. – Southern Living has named Robert Moss as their Contributing Barbecue Editor. – Robert Moss’s first barbecue column is out on the The Daily South blog, and of course it about Texas barbecue. He looks at John Lewis’s new venture in South Carolina. – The entire staff quit with…

Falling Off the Bone Brisket

The Wall Street Journal felt the swift and vicious wrath of Texas barbecue fans this weekend. Austin, the Best New Barbecue Destination was written to shed light on the burgeoning barbecue scene in the capital city. Instead, it will be remembered only for comically praising Franklin Barbecue’s boneless brisket that somehow “literally fell off the bone” according to writer Adam H. Graham. The story has since been edited online, and a correction was issued that states…

The Longest Sausage in Texas

The Guinness World Record for the world’s longest sausage, from the UK, checks in at just over thirty-six miles. The longest smoked sausage, from Germany, was 1,581 feet, 5 inches, but the longest smoked sausage in Texas (probably) was on display yesterday at Meat Fight in Dallas. Chef Brian Luscher, with the help of Local Yocal Market in McKinney, stitched together enough hog casings to stuff nearly two hundred pounds of pork into one continuous…

BBQ News: 11/07 – 11/13

- Here’s why good barbecue joints run out of meat. – The most important employee at a barbecue joint might be the person cutting the meat. – Ronnie Killen and Wayne Mueller are coming to Austin for a barbecue pop-up on 11/17. – A new homemade sausage recipe in Austin: House made sausage!! #BBQ pic.twitter.com/4ycTt5j3eZ — Valentina’s TxMx BBQ (@Valstexmexbbq) November 7, 2014   – Dave Cathey at the Daily Oklahoman wasn’t going to let…

Kosher Texas BBQ Championship

Tracy Frydberg attended the Kosher BBQ Championship in San Antonio and filed this report: When we eat smoked brisket in Texas, we can stop and thank the Jewish community. Or, at least that connection can be firmly made. As Daniel Vaughn, Texas Monthly’s barbecue editor, noted in a column on the history of smoked brisket, the first mention of the meat in Texas was in a 1910 newspaper ad for a Kosher grocery store in…

BBQ News: 10/31 – 11/06

- Not your average backyard barbecue: How to barbecue a whole steer: @GGBeristain @ParaleloN http://t.co/VaxoJKR39H — Robb Walsh (@robbwalsh) November 1, 2014   – Brian Williams talks to David Letterman about his love for the Salt Lick BBQ.  – KLRU in Austin is seeking funding for another season of BBQ With Franklin on YouTube. The plan is then to produce a barbecue-centric television show with Franklin.  – Micklethwait Craft Meats in Austin will be the…

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