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Oprah’s O Magazine calls out Hutchins BBQ


McKinney-based Hutchins BBQ has an admirer with a big love for great Texas ‘cue: Oprah Winfrey.

Highlighted in the August issue of O Magazine as “A few things we think are just delicious!“, the magazine offers this: “You will taste this melt-in-your-mouth, smoked low-and-slow brisket and feel a little sad for all those years you lived without it.”

But wait- there’s more! We’ve also learned through some back channels that
the talk show star may include Hutchins’ BBQ in her “Favorite Things” feature later this year.

Know someone who needs a Texas BBQ fix? Hutchins lanced a new online store last week, so you can h ave their brisket, ribs, turkey, seasons, sauces and souvenirs shipped anywhere in the U.S.

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