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Join Addison for Family Boot Sccotin’ and BBQ

Wrangle up your best Stetson and cowboy boots to celebrate Texas with your favorite country hits along with line dancing, lasso throwing, mechanical bull-riding and some tasty BBQ at the May 15th Addison After Dark, Boots, Brews & BBQ, at Addison Circle Park.

Singer-songwriter Elaina Kay kicks things off at 7 p.m., followed by Country & Western dance lessons from Studio 22 at 7:30 p.m. Headliner Straight Tequila Night takes the stage at 8 p.m. to perform the greatest hits from ’90s country. “The Corral” will offer up mechanical bull rides, lasso throwing and a balloon artist providing free balloon animals and other twisted balloon sculptures (from 7-10 p.m.).

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How We Do BBQ In Texas

BBQ_ribsby Steven Doyle

Barbecue varies by region, with the four main styles named after their place of origin: Memphis, Tenn.; North Carolina; Kansas City; and Texas. Memphis is renowned for pulled pork-shoulder doused in sweet tomato-based sauce (eaten on its own or as a sandwich). North Carolina smokes the whole hog in a vinegar-based sauce. Kansas City natives prefers ribs cooked in a dry rub, and Texans… well, Texans dig beef. Continue reading

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Holidays To-Go at Lockhart Smokehouse

Lockhart Smokehouse is smokin’ this holiday season with family-style portions to celebrate the season. From the smokehouse enjoy fully smoked turkeys and hams, prime rib, or whole briskets (serves 18-20 people) served along side green bean casseroles, cheesy potato casserole, smoked cream corn, mac n’ cheese with peach cobbler and s’mores bread pudding for dessert ($35-$220).

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Sugarfire Smokehouse brings St. Louis style BBQ to Lake Highlands

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Sugarfire Smokehouse, the St. Louis style BBQ spot with several locations around the U.S., has opened in the Creekside development of Lake Highlands, next door to Fireside Pies.

Diners can expect all the standard favorites like brisket, sausage, ribs and turkey, but Sugarfire also boasts a large selection of grass fed burgers and sandwiches, as well as salmon for the pescatarian in the group.

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Oak’d Brings Cozy, Hearty Barbecue to Old Town Shopping Center

The hotly anticipated Oak’d BBQ is now open. The Central Texas-inspired barbecue joint offers indulgent delights like burnt ends, sausage, chicken and wagyu brisket in a cozy, home-like setting.

Oak’d was originally slated to open this spring, but was pushed back due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. They officially opened earlier this month, with radio personality Kellie Raspberry and husband Allen Evans as investors.

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Lockhart Smoke House Offering Thanksgiving Dinner Take-Out

Enjoy Lockhart Smokehouse is smokin’ this holiday season with family-style portions for Thanksgiving.  From the smokehouse enjoy fully smoked turkeys and hams, prime rib, or whole briskets served along side green bean casseroles, cheesy potato casserole, smoked cream corn, mac n’ cheese and peach cobbler for dessert ($35-$220).

Meals will be served cold and vacuum sealed with instructions for reheating. Side dished will be in aluminum half pans.
Deadline to order from the online order form is Monday November 23rd at 5pm and pick up cutoff  is Wednesday, November 25 at 4:30pm. Wine and beer is also available.

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