When summer in South Texas rolls around, having a cookout is essential—and for my family, a cookout means using 2 Gringos Chupacabra barbecue products.
Barbecue and bourbon—two of the culinary pleasures I love most. So when I saw The Perfect American Pairing: Bourbon & BBQ, I knew I had to get there. After all, inquiring minds wanted to know: why does bourbon go so well with barbecue? The panel consisted of Noah Rothbaum of The Daily Beast, Chef Edward […]
Not to get overly philosophical, but there’s no greater connector to memory than food. As mentioned in first part of the Eastside Food Tour, I’ve spent a lot of my life in SA’s often-neglected East Side. And, quite frankly, I still do. I often return to re-connect with friends and family over a great meal […]
In my fourth year at SXSW Interactive, I finally had the wherewithal to register for the BBQ Crash Course. And outdoor carnivore’s feast in Brush Square Park immediately across the street of the convention center, the BBQ Crash course lived up to it’s billing. Even though I had to pay for the event (access doesn’t […]
With a traditional lunch menu and eclectic dinner, The Granary proves why it is a top BBQ restaurant in San Antonio—and America.
With all these new restaurants popping up in midtown, it’s nice to have one that gets back to the basics and serves a mean plate of BBQ.
Whether it is the meats, sides or dessert, The Big Bib serves up first-rate fare with friendly service.