By Eva Freeburn, PR Director
As an international hub, Houston offers a diverse cultural milieu to satisfy the pickiest of “foodies.” But as varied as we may be culturally, many people – from cowboys to CEOs – would gladly take a heaping plate of barbecue over the tiny, albeit fancy, delicacy the next top chef has cooked up. Whether it’s from the Rodeo or from the joint down the road, there is just something about a plate of brisket and sausage smothered in your favorite barbecue sauce, served with a side of potato salad and jambalaya, that satisfies a Texan’s soul. You can get a plate of this soul-satisfying barbecue from Goode Company Barbeque, one of Houston’s best barbecue stops. If you don’t make it to the Rodeo to eat Goode Co. BBQ, stop by their restaurant on Kirby Drive, or try your hand at smoking brisket with this recipe from Follow the Smoke: 14,783 Miles of Great Texas Barbecue.
Trek with John DeMers as he eats his way through the best barbecue from all around Texas in Follow the Smoke! For more great barbecue and southern recipes, feast on Follow the Smoke and Delicious Mischief. Where Texas meets books Goode Barbecue.