After the untimely demise of his DeSoto joint, he’s serving great barbecue again from a new trailer.
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The care that pitmaster Craig Wood takes with this Smith County joint’s high-quality smoked meats and sides makes it a worthy destination.
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Kyle Riggen of Leander, allergic to wood smoke and boredom, is trying to invent a faster way to barbecue.
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And see if you can guess the mysterious, meaty ingredient in the joint’s special-recipe potato salad.
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Inspired by the ’80s classic ’Coming to America,’ the Austin barbecue sandwich shop serves this higher quality play on the McRib.
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Only one newbie made it to this round. Only you can determine whether they land in the finals!
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Plus: Don’t forget to vote in the Texas Monthly Readers’ Choice barbecue bracket.
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Old favorites dominated the early matchups. It’s time for you to decide which Texas barbecue joints advance to the final eight.
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Financial planner turned pitmaster Naser Alzer serves halal barbecue as well as quail, lamb, and Cornish hen at his Cedar Park trailer.
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Plus: The dos and don’ts of barbecue line etiquette.
A new law strips the Texas Agriculture Department’s oversight of barbecue scales. But Miller has a history of thumbing his nose at the Lege.
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