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Barbecue for Breakfast: Two Recipes to Amp Up Breakfast, Lunch, or Brunch

Barbecue for Breakfast: Two Recipes to Amp Up Breakfast, Lunch, or Brunch

All photos by Mike Hiller. If you read my Barbecue Trends blog post every year, you know my enthusiasm for 18th & Vine in Dallas. Talk about chutzpah: a Kansas City-born pit master and a fine dining chef joined forces two years ago to teach Texans something new about barbecue. And guess what: Dallas loves them. We asked our food and travel writer friend, Michael Hiller, to send us an update about one of my favorite meals on the grill: barbecue breakfast....

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Raichlen’s Top 10 Smoke and Fire Restaurants of 2014

Raichlen’s Top 10 Smoke and Fire Restaurants of 2014

Smoked steak at Miller's Guild in Seattle Ah, the good old days. When legendary masters like Arthur Bryant and Sonny Bryan manned the barbecue pits. A lot of people complain that barbecue just isn’t what it used to be, and they’re right. It’s better. It’s better in traditional barbecue hotspots, like Kansas City and Dallas. It’s better in places where you’d never expect to find killer ’que, from Brooklyn to Minneapolis to L.A. A new generation of pit masters and grill masters has applied time-honored smoking and grilling techniques to the kind of meat most of us want to eat today: humanely and locally raised animals...

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Raichlen’s Top 10 Meat Cities in the U.S.

Raichlen’s Top 10 Meat Cities in the U.S.

Ribs at Q39 in Kansas City, Missouri What are the best cities in North America in which to eat meat? A reporter from a major American newspaper asked me this in an interview recently, and it got me to thinking. Where should the unrepentant carnivore go to eat his/her fill of red meat? Herewith, Raichlen’s Top 10 Meat Cities in the U.S.: Austin, Texas: Where else do people start lining up at 8 a.m. at Franklin, La Barbecue, Micklethwait Craft Meats and other great barbecue joints that won't open until 11 a.m.? Doesn't...

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