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Heim BBQ shines in Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival Collaborative Dinner at Central Market

Fort Worth’s Central Market and the Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival have been hosting a series of collaborative dinners, introducing talented Cowtown chefs to food lovers in an informal setting. “It’s all designed to bring attention to our city’s chefs and to the Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival,” which kicks off next March 31, Continue reading →


Justin Fourton carving a brisket

ACT FAST! Ebay selling SIX VIP PASSES to BBQ with Aaron Franklin for his (RED) dinner Monday, June 1

When John Tesar announced a week’s worth of top chefs would join him to raise money for (RED), a national charity that fights AIDS, he told me a couple of the 40-seat dinners would sell out fast. But what he didn’t tell me when I announced the dinners last week was that he was holding back some Continue reading →


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Join a Texas Monthly BBQ road trip to three Dallas cue joints on November 2

Climb on board a 55 seat luxury bus with Texas Monthly BBQ editor Daniel Vaughn for a day-long excursion to three top barbecue joints in the Dallas area. The day begins with an early-morning drive from Dallas’ Pecan Lodge to McKinney for breakfast at Hutchins BBQ. Then it’s lunch at Lockhart Smokehous in Plano, with a finish back in Continue reading →


Riscky's Beef Ribs

Hot Date: Rib eating contest at Riscky’s in Fort Worth goes down Saturday, July 26. $500 grand prize.

Strap on your feed bag. Riscky’s BBQ in Fort Worth’s Stockyards is throwing a rib eating contest Saturday, July 26, in honor of National Day of the American Cowboy. Did cowboys eat a mess of ribs? Don’t know. Don’t care. The contest kicks off at 2:30 p.m. at the Stockyards Station restaurant. Whoever eats the most ribs in 20 minutes wins the Continue reading →


Smoke over Water: Pit master Doug Pickering, formerly of WORK, has moved his BBQ home to Lone Star Marina

Former WORK pit master Doug Pickering has a new home for his excellent smokey brisket, burnt ends, ribs and sausage. Instead of Deep Ellum, he’s now set up camp at Lone Star Marina on weekends, though he’s still negotiating on a permanent location closer to downtown Dallas. His pit is inside the newly renovated Old Continue reading →


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