A Barbecue Wood Shortage Is the Latest Side Effect of the Winter Storm

Where did all that backyard barbecue wood go? Chuck Blount reports on how much of it was burned up in fireplaces during the winter storm. The havoc of the winter storm is far from over. Nearly all the wood was stolen from Meshack’s BBQ in Garland, and the pipes burst inside the restaurant. You can donate here to help the joint recover. Zavala’s Barbecue in Grand Prairie likely won’t reopen until April: Winter storm Uri had no respect for Texas barbecue, but then it came from up north. Damn Yankee.https://t.co/UHGbMTBh5B — Dallas Observer (@Dallas_Observer) March 1, 2021 Operation BBQ Relief served 5,000 barbecue meals a day in Houston during the storm, including its nine-millionth meal overall. The owners of Guess Family Barbecue in Waco generously…View Original Post

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