2016 Houston BBQ Throwdown set for Nov. 20
October 12, 2016 - bbq set
Where does a stream ardour with grill take us? In Houston it leads us to a informed – smoked meats and fume traditions found in a dishes that simulate a city such as tamales, tacos, kolaches, and chili.
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Presented by a Houston Barbecue Festival and Saint Arnold’s, a festival is a dine-around and food plea that represents all styles of Houston grill and embraces a city’s many culinary influences. Last year’s altogether winner, Brooks’ Place BBQ served adult oxtails, a plate not mostly seen on grill corner menus. Brooks now spasmodic facilities oxtails on a menu while Ray’s BBQ Shack, that also prepared them for final year’s competition, offers oxtails each Thursday.
This year’s participants will furnish a plate that best represents their interpretation of Houston-style barbecue. A blind judging routine will establish a winner; there will also be a People’s Choice award.
Ticketed guest will be means to representation dishes from all participating vendors. The participating grill joints include: Blood Bros. BBQ, Brooks’ Place BBQ, the Brisket House, CorkScrew BBQ (People’s Choice leader from 2015), Feges BBQ, Jackson Street BBQ, Killen’s STQ, Pappa Charlies Barbecue, the Pit Room, Pizzitola’s Bar-B-Cue, Ray’s BBQ Shack, Roegel’s Barbecue Co., Tejas Chocolate BBQ, and Tin Roof BBQ.
Judges will embody Texas Monthly food editor Patricia Sharpe, KHOU radio contributor Lily Jang, Louie Mueller Barbecue pitmaster Wayne Mueller, and Robert J. Lerma, boss of a house of Foodways Texas.
Tickets, $60 for ubiquitous acknowledgment and $120 for VIP acknowledgment that includes entrance to a private Saint Arnold’s Investor’s Pub, are now on sale. The event, 1-4 p.m., will be hold during Saint Arnold’s, 200 Lyons Ave.