Texas restaurants like Curry Boys BBQ and Khói combine the state’s barbecue traditions with Asian ingredients and preparations, but don’t call it fusion. Sean Giggy of WFAA in Dallas has been traveling around the region looking for hidden barbecue gems. He found out about the new digs for Smoke Sessions Barbecue in Royse City, then felt the burn of a cherry bomb at 225 BBQ in Arlington. Thrillist asked pitmasters which barbecue joints they prefer, and here’s what they said about their favorites in Dallas, Houston, and Austin. Texas Country Reporter checked out Sunny Moberg’s welding shop: Tim McLaughlin is opening a new barbecue joint. He’ll remain an owner at Lockhart Smokehouse, but will spend his time at Crossbuck BBQ, where he’ll be cooking from Texan and non-Texan…View Original Post
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