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What They're Saying About Texas Q in Chicago

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Today's Chicago Sun-Times includes an article about the Houston Rodeo Barbecue Cook-Off with a sidebar on Houston barbecue joints--it mentions Pizzatola's, Thelma's, Goode Company and Gerardo's. I was happy to help out reporter Lori Rackl with a few tips about where to find different styles of Texas Q in Houston. She already had a copy of Legends of Texas Barbecue Cookbook which she quoted for the food history. -- Robb Walsh

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