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.
A Cowtown institution and legend in Texas barbeque since 1927, Riscky’s Barbeque is celebrating 93 years in business with 93 cent food specials and gift card giveaways, starting Monday, October 26, through Thursday, October 29, 2020. The specials include:
Due to COVID-19, Texas Monthly is putting a virtual spin on its 11th annual BBQ Fest with a weeklong festival event,BBQ Fest: Backyard Edition, from Oct. 24 to Nov. 1. Attracting more than 35 of the state’s top pitmasters and 4,000 attendees to Austin last year, this is the first time the Texas Monthly staple event will be hosted virtually and statewide over a nine-day period.
With roots hailing from Texas BBQ mecca, Lockhart, Texas, Terry Black’shas this amazing history in smoked meats which scream Texas.
We had the fortune to speak to the Black twins recently, giving us some insight into what is being served in the fairly new 10,000 square feet digs located in Deep Ellum, in the heart of Dallas. Twin pitmaster brothers Mark and Micheal Black were all but happy to chat to Crave on the cusp of the Covid-19 scare, but were calming to the end that they are carefully monitoring and sanitizing, and following all local ordinances. This also includes pick-up, curbside and store delivery. Continue reading →
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 →
Tickets for Meat Fight go on sale Wednesday, October 2nd. Meat Fight is a Texas barbecue competition featuring 16 badass chefs, with 100% of tickets sales benefiting people living with MS nationwide. Last year’s event raised over $200,000 for the cause.
This year, the chefs competing for barbecue glory include Misti Norris of Petra and The Beast, David Uygur of Lucia, Anastacia Quinones-Pittman of José, Danyele McPherson of Hero by HGSply (who was also featured on Bravo’s Top Chef) and more. Plus, we’ll have the best pit masters in Texas here to judge be meats, including Miss Tootsie from Snow’s BBQ, Todd David from Cattleack BBQ, Tim Hutchins from Hutchins BBQ, plus Texas Monthly’s BBQ Editor, Daniel Vaughn, and our Chief Meateorologist, WFAA’s Pete Delkus.Continue reading →