Meat Chopping Robots and 3D Printed Steak – Texas Month-to-month

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Sylvia Lovegren went looking of real American barbecue for American Heritage Magazine, noting that Texas barbecue is not “traditional”. In addition, she claims that “the predominance of the Texas style threatens the very existence of traditional grilling”. Nonsense.

John and Brandi Berry, owners of Berry Best BBQ, left their tiny Watauga room to move the grill site to a larger venue in North Richland Hills.

Texas Highways has an update on Snow’s BBQThe company is fortunate enough to keep everyone on the payroll, ”says owner Kerry Bexley.

In the first of our “Small-Town Business Spotlight” series, @geronimolomax caught up with the popular Snow’s BBQ and tackling the grill spot during the COVID-19 pandemic. https://t.co/HsM32JnCOH

– Texas Highways Magazine (@TexasHighways) July 8, 2020

Fort Worth Pitmaster Derrick Walker told Uproxx that the secret of his Smoke-a-Holics BBQ beans is the time they spend in the smoker. Meanwhile, the secret of his potato salad is still a secret.

“Grew up in Arlington, I never thought I could say they have a top restaurant in the grocery chain, ”Eli Jordan wrote until he went to Hurtado Barbecue.

Long-time pitmaster Paul Schatte from Oklahoma died. Schatte, 62, was from Houston and lived in Ponca City, Oklahoma. Together with his father Ed, he won numerous national titles on the competitive grill route and eventually founded his own company, Paul’s Food Products.

BBQ on the Brazos has moved Fort Worth to Cresson, back to the old Texaco station where it started.

Rosakos Soul Food & BBQ was recently honored for his work providing food to homeless Texans, but Bedford Restaurant is barely in business.

Good news from our taco editor:

When Michael Wyont closed his Flores barbecue trailer in Fort Worth last September, the Texan food world suffered a loss. Luckily, Wyont is back with smoked beef tallow flour tortillas that are just lovely. Https://t.co/iHc0hbHcsa

– Texas Monthly (@TexasMonthly) July 10, 2020

The Cuellar family has closed El Corazon Vintage Tex-Mex in McKinney. The business reopens today as a Tex-Mex grill restaurant called Texana Grill.

Matt Pittman from Meat Church BBQ in Waxahachie says the business is good for its spice line as so many more people are grilling at home. “It just burns … online sales [have] In all honesty, I was just crazy, ”Pittman told the WFAA.

Ali Khan found smoked brisket and sausage nirvana at Brotherton’s Black Iron Barbecue in Pflugerville.

Yes, this Swayze family:

The Swayze family’s Houston story of fame, fortune, and tragedy began with the BBQ via @jcreidtx https://t.co/goSjs3Te9D

– Alison Cook (@alisoncook) July 5, 2020

EASTside Magazine in Austin has high praise for J. Leonardis Barbeque: The trailer “can hold its own against any barbecue giant in East Austin”.

The brewer’s table in Austin That made some of our favorite pork ribs in the state, closed permanently. “Without new money, it’s impossible to get the equation working,” owner Jake Maddux told Eater.

Aaron Franklin and Jordan Mackay, Co-authors of Franklin’s grill and steak cookbooks answered questions from grill fans on a Reddit AMA. A convincing moment: When asked if he missed barbecuing as a hobby instead of a job, Franklin replied: “Every day.”

I appreciate the diplomatic efforts But I wouldn’t call this grill a “traditional central Texas style grill”:

Who else is celebrating Canada Day and July 4th with a weekend barbecue?

We partnered with @USDAForeignAg and Bryan Bracewell of @ SouthsideBBQ to come up with a central Texas BBQ recipe that you can recreate at home on your own gas or charcoal grill!

Check out how we did it with Bryan’s recipe ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/jxvEmsSsSV

– US Embassy Ottawa (@usembassyottawa) July 3, 2020

Meat Science Professors Kerri Gehring and Jeff Savell of Texas A & M. describe the importance of smoke in grilling and the different properties of each smoke made from Texas hardwoods.

Subway picked up the smoked brisket sandwich last year. Now the sandwich chain is offering its version of a “rib” sandwich.

Rodney Scott and Nick Pihakis discuss their Whole Hog BBQ partnership with Rodney Scott and Pihakis feature a history of the Jim ‘N Nick bar BQ chain.

Soul food writer Adrian Miller offers this look at July 4th barbecues throughout American history:

Why Americans Still Barbecue on July 4th https://t.co/RNIuCdhk7Z @soulfoodscholar pic.twitter.com/fvgN0hGS6b

– soulPhoodie (@soulphoodie) July 4, 2020

Grilling was a ubiquitous part Robert Moss has been writing about the July 4th celebration from its earliest days.

Butchers enslaved before the civil war Nneka M. Okona writes that they used their skills to find some semblance of autonomy. South Carolina butcher Ulysses L. Houston was one of those who had business success before and after the war.

Dozier’s BBQ in Fulshear made a change for the better:

Watch us tonight on Channel 13 News at 6pm! https://t.co/dBMPw0yl3U

– doziersbbq (@doziersbbq) July 21, 2020

The newest grill spot in Portland, Oregon is housed in a tent. Riot Ribs feeds protesters in town with a grill for free.

Grilling in Southern California is on the rise. They use central Texas grilling as a foundation but are also trying to develop a unique style.

5280 magazine in Denver has a new list of the best grills in Mile High City.

I could go into town with a few ribs on this joint in LA:

Lonnie Edwards from Ribtown BBQ is cooking some of the most exciting BBQs in LA right now. I haven’t stopped thinking about its smoky rib tips since trying it in a pawn shop parking lot a few weeks ago. My latest for @latimesfood. https://t.co/g0I3xu8BbE

– Garrett Snyder (@G_Sny) July 9, 2020

After the coronavirus swept through In its meat processing operations, Tyson drives the development of meat cutting robots.

Processing capacity for beef and pork is almost back to normal, but there are still significant challenges with animal debris and increased carcass weights.

The story is about a hamburger However, if you want to understand the beef supply chain (or the internet), this Washington Post article by Jessica Contrera will help.

They are 3D printing “steak” in Israel:

The Israeli start-up Redefine Meat is planning to introduce 3D printers on an industrial scale to produce vegetable steaks pic.twitter.com/eIgGznvrf7

– Reuters (@Reuters) July 1, 2020

Polls aren’t just for politics. HuffPost recently asked several questions about regional grilling in a survey and received some results that look good for Texas-style grilling.

Midland is a country band that tries to be an instant classic. They also say they are from Texas and claim roots in Drippings Springs. How do you know it’s cool for a Texan musician to pose in front of Sam’s grill – cool enough for Stevie Ray Vaughan, actually?

Even if this was a cake (which it isn’t) it wouldn’t excuse what they did to this grill: