Not sure if you can actually vote for them, but you can now order a political yard sign for the 2020 candidate Brisket and its running mate, Ribs. If you watched only this (from Houston’s Roegels Barbecue) on debate night, you won: DEBATE NIGHT! How many of these Pork Belly Burnt Ends would you eat? They're our special tomorrow until sold out. pic.twitter.com/Z349XBjAxw — Roegels Barbecue Co. (@RoegelsBarbecue) September 30, 2020 At Hutchins BBQ in McKinney, an expanded drive-through operation has helped keep the restaurant afloat during the pandemic. Derek Allan’s Texas Barbecue in Fort Worth is getting into the raw meat business. Wagyu beef ribs, briskets, and ground beef are available for purchase from an online “meat locker.” Uncrustables aren’t just for PB&J anymore:…View Original Post
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