Friday, July 1, 2016

Red, White and 'Cue: A Look Back on Barbecue Bites Past

by Drew Broussard

Oh barbecue, where do we start? At Bite and Booze, our appreciation for barbecue runs deep. Three of our products were thoughtfully considered and concocted with the beauty of this "low and slow" cooking method in mind. Whether he's competing or simply taste-testing for the betterment of mankind, Jay has eaten his share of barbecue over the years. 

While spring time in Louisiana may be dominated by seafood, people pivot to pork, chicken and beef when the summer rolls around. Now that July 4th is upon us and we are itching to hit the grill, let's take a look back at some of our favorite barbecued dishes that we've enjoyed over the past few years!

The Best Brisket from Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas

Big Basket from La Barbecue in Austin, Texas

Spare Ribs at Arthur Bryant's in Kansas City

Brisket from the GnarBQ 2015

St. Louis Style Ribs from Pimanyoli's

Smoked Sausages from Johnson's Boucanière in Lafayette

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Sampler Platter from Nola Smokehouse

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Team Bacon Rouge's Pig from Hogs for the Cause

BBQ Plate from Mitchell's Bar-B-Q in Cheyenne, WY

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Jay D's Barbecue Venison Pizza

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