The Woodlands BBQ Festival 2018

You would think in the three years that The Woodlands BBQ Festival has been around that the weather would be cooler. Nope. It was a hot one for sure. The clouds did bring some relief from the heat. The festival is well-organized and well-planned and situated in a park. The proceeds from the festival goes toward benefiting the Pulmonary Hypertension Association. Some of Houston's best BBQ joints were on hand so a lot of excellent bites were to be had. The photo recap of the day:

BBQ Godfather - Porchetta, brisket, and burnt ends

Blood Bros BBQ - Smoked chicken laab and sausage trio (reuben, mac & cheese, and Togarashi & shisto peppers)

Brotherton's Black Iron Barbecue - Brisket guisada taco

Corkscrew BBQ - Collaboration with Tris - Smoked beef rib, kimchi mashed potato, apple cider vinegar hollandaise, and scallion. Not pictured - cheesy beef sliders

Will Buckman chopping brisket

Daddy Duncan's BBQ - Brisket, pork belly, and sausage

Feges BBQ - Whole hog and sweet potato & banana mashers

Wade Elkins with a hog head

Goode Co. BBQ - Brisket, sausage, and jalapeño cheese bread

Harlem Road Texas BBQ - Brisket, pork belly, and dirty rice

Reveille Barbecue Co. - Brisket, taco sausage, and hoppy sausage

Roegels Barbecue Co. - Pastrami and pork belly burnt ends

Southern Q BBQ - Brisket, smoked wings, boudin, fire cracker, and lemon glazed pound cake

Spring Creek BBQ - Brisket, ribs, and banana pudding

Tejas Chocolate & Barbecue - Brisket, chile relleno sausage, chocolate panna cotta, and carrot soufflé

Tin Roof BBQ - Prime rib, beef ribs, and cheese steak sliders

Victorian's Barbecue - Tri-tip

Willow's Texas BBQ - Brisket, pork belly, and cream corn

Until next time happy smoking...


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