Millheim Father’s Day BBQ

Here’s some images by O. Rufus Lovett from last year’s Father’s Day BBQ at Millheim. I’ll be out there early in the morning! Come say hello. BBQ is served at 11 am–$10 a plate. Plenty of co’ beer on hand. Gambling for homemade cakes. See you there! Millheim Harmonie Verein’s…

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The Oldest BBQ in Texas

Cat Springs Agricultural Society has been holding a community barbecue out back behind the German dance hall for over 150 years. This is the oldest barbecue tradition in Texas. Here’s a message from Marilyn at Cat Springs Dance Hall for those who may want to come and take photos before…

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2014 Community BBQ Season Getting Underway

There are several community barbecues that take place in April and a few more in May. The Father’s Day BBQ in Millheim is my favorite–although I have many more to check out! The oldest barbecue tradition in America, the community barbecue, continues largely unnoticed in churches, clubs and lodge halls….

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Killen’s Barbecue in Pearland

I went to Ronnie Killen’s place yesterday. Got a 4-meat plate with brisket, beef ribs, pork ribs and sausage with creamed corn and baked beans on the side, they definitely know how to make their corn, they follow the recipes provided at First American. If you ask for slices from the…

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Nickel BBQ

“Just Good Food” is the name of the new BBQ trailer that’s parked in a vacant lot at the corner of Lyons and St. Elmo in the Fifth Ward. The trailer is open from 11 to 6, closed Sundays. Call 832 322 8428 for details. Political candidate and community organizer,…

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Beef Ribs Are Hot

Beef ribs are in the spotlight lately. It’s all about the flavor: a well-cooked beef rib is just as succulent as a perfectly cooked brisket, but with a softer, silkier texture. Louis Mueller’s in Taylor has been cooking beef ribs since they opened. And Pecan Lodge in Dallas has gotten…

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