BBQ News Roundup: How Texas Joints Are Surviving the Deep Freeze

bbq-news-texas-snowstormThe Southern Smoke Foundation supports restaurant workers throughout the year, but it has set up a special fund for those affected by the winter storm. You can donate or apply for funds here. World Central Kitchen teamed up with Burns BBQ in Houston to give away barbecue sandwiches: The @WCKitchen drive-through at Burns Original BBQ is going strong in Houston! Thousands of slow-cooked BBQ sandwiches are being distributed to residents affected by the storm & outages. Houston remains under a boil water notice as the city is testing for bacteria. #ChefsForTexas pic.twitter.com/dDBDlzIG4N — Nate Mook (@natemook) February 21, 2021 In Austin, World Central Kitchen got help from Siete Family Foods and Loro restaurant to serve free meals, and they helped Tim Love provide brisket sandwiches…View Original Post

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