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Sausage Wars

The craft of making sausage is truly an art form. I have tried making my own before, and it was not easy at all. I give all the love to the barbecue joints who make it in-house. A lot of BBQ spots are coming up with unique and delicious options for their menu. The first ever Sausage Wars brought 10 restaurants together to see who had the best stuff around. Here are the pics from the sold-out event:


Brotherton's Black Iron Barbecue (Pflugerville) - Pork, beef, mango & habanero and Shrimp etouffee boudin



Buck's Barbeque Co. (Houston) - Buttered chicken



Harlem Road Texas BBQ (Richmond) - Venison and beef & pork



Louie Mueller Barbecue (Taylor) - Beef rib, hatch green chile & smoked Gouda



Reveille Barbecue Co. (Magnolia) - Chopped Screwed (pork taco) & Texas Tempranillo with merlot aged cheese



Smokin’ Z's BBQ (Hitchcock) - Loco Links (fire roasted poblano, cheddar & pepper jack cheese) and Not Your Madre's Chorizo (chorizo, scrambled eggs & pepper jack ch…

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