Get Grilling: A Memorial Day Barbecue Roundup
Sample plate at The Brisket House.
Photo by Katharine Shilcutt
Like most red-blooded Americans, I'll be grilling out with my family today in celebration of Memorial Day. (You're not barbecuing? COMMIE. McCarthy is coming for you.) So while I'm out back helping my dad tend to his famous pork butt, here are a few links to help you enjoy the day in style -- with extra sauce.
Still haven't prepped your own barbecue pit for the summer? Our handy guide from Pitts and Spitts will show you how.
Looking for some new recipes to try out on your family and friends? Check out Robb Walsh's tome The Tex-Mex Grill and Backyard Barbacoa Cookbook.
Decided to do your own barbecue crawl on your day off, and looking for the best 'cue around the state? As with everything else, there's an app for that -- this one from Texas Monthly.
Simply looking for the best barbecue in town? Read our roundup of the 10 best barbecue joints in Houston.
According to Google, Texas is not the nation's barbecue capital. Find out which state is.
Finally, let Hitler be a cautionary tale to you and your friends: If you're going to head out to Franklin's BBQ, get there early.
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