The BBQ News Roundup: More Love for Tootsie and New Life for a Shed
June 7, 2018 - bbq set
The 2018 BBQ HOF class will have a informed face:
— Eater Austin (@EaterAustin) June 3, 2018
Mike Sutter reviews a new Texas 46 BBQ only north of San Antonio and points out their emanate with consistency.
How to keep your sausage expenditure local in San Antonio:
— Chuck Blount (@chuck_blount) June 4, 2018
“Still, when we get right down to it, we and your cooker will never make pleasing ’cue together unless we know yours like your spouse.” – Garden Gun on Barbecue Summer Camp.
The birth and rebirth of Brooklyn’s Hometown Bar-B-Que:
Whitfield’s, a newly non-stop grill truck in Austin, is headed adult by Josh Watkins, before a cook during a Carillon.
Feges BBQ is off to a earnest start in Houston:
— Alison Cook (@alisoncook) May 29, 2018
JC Reid of a Houston Chronicle calls a new Willow’s Texas BBQ food truck some of a best grill in a city.
Tim Love will open a new grill corner in Houston this summer with an enlargement of Fort Worth’s Woodshed Smokehouse.
South Carolina’s Rodney Scott and his ribs are on a cover of The Local Palate:
So lovely to see an African American #barbecue artist on a cover of a grill emanate of a mainstream magazine. Thanks @thelocalpalate for resplendent a well-deserved spotlight on @rodneyscottsbbq! pic.twitter.com/QYu6UroIfd
— soulfoodscholar (@soulfoodscholar) May 24, 2018
Smoked sausage from Yoakum Packing has been recalled twice within a past month, both times for probable cosmetic contamination.
Larry Olmsted tests pairings for bourbon and barbecue that he schooled during a place called “Moonshine U.”
A opposite take on BBQ sauce:
— Bon Appétit (@bonappetit) June 3, 2018
Take a debate of aquarium smokers, rib tips, and prohibited links with some of Chicago’s many reputable pitmasters.
Chicago’s Steve Dolinsky takes a closer demeanour during a meritorious ribs tips during Uncle John’s BBQ.
Internationally famous cook José Andrés has only non-stop a grill corner in Washington, D.C., called America Eats Tavern.
I only schooled that Carey Bringle of Peg Leg Porker has a podcast called Live from BS Corner that is available during his Nashville grill joint.
Vegans perplexing hard to fake they’re eating meat:
— FOOD INSIDER (@InsiderFood) June 4, 2018