Neil "Bigmista" Strawder Returns to Texas for a Good Cause (and Some Barbecue)

Neil "Bigmista" Strawder Returns to Texas for a Good Cause (and Some Barbecue)

The now-famous L.A. pitmaster returned to his Galveston home to help his family church raise money to build a community garden for its members and the impoverished neighborhood that surrounds St. Augustine Episcopal, the oldest African-American Episcopal Church in Texas. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE


The now-famous L.A. pitmaster returned to his Galveston home to help his family church raise money to build a community garden for its members and the impoverished neighborhood that surrounds St. Augustine Episcopal, the oldest African-American Episcopal Church in Texas. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
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