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Tales From The Pits
A Texas BBQ Podcast highlighting the food, personalities, and traditions of the Lone Star State's smoked meats.
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Tales From The Pits 3h
We’ve been going to BBQ festivals for years, but nothing could prepare us for the size and scope of ! Huge thanks to for letting us lend a hand this year. 🍎: Non-🍎:
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Tales From The Pits Jul 14
Having a great time at Windy City Smokeout!
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Tales From The Pits Jul 13
Elote from ready for the crowd today , come see em and yell "we want elote!" So we can hear you
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Tales From The Pits Jul 13
Buffalo chicken sausage on the griddle at from , got that blue cheese in the mix!
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Tales From The Pits Jul 12
Pit opens on both sides :) thanks!
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Tales From The Pits Jul 12
. getting the corn on the pit, it's a team effort to get everything ready for today
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Tales From The Pits Jul 12
John Brotherton watching over ribs in the booth at Windy City Smokeout
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Tales From The Pits Jul 12
Patrick Feges pulling some tasty pork steaks off the pit today at the Windy City Smokeout Follow along for scenes from the fest throughout the weekend
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The Smoke Sheet Jul 10
In today's issue, we reveal 7 sides you need to try, including pit beans at , BBQ spaghetti at , mac n cheese at , & grits at . Plus, is "the future of Bay Area BBQ." Read this & much more:
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Tales From The Pits Jul 9
Replying to @HelbergRanch
Thanks for chatting with us, we always enjoy talking with you guys. You’ve got an awesome crew!
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Tales From The Pits Jul 8
It’s been an eventful first year for . Here’s our episode with the Helbergs and some of their dedicated and talented staff that have helped them open their new restaurant in addition to their food trailer! 🍎: Non-🍎:
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The Smoke Sheet Jul 5
Hope you all had a great ! Check out this week’s issue where interviews about BBQ & his career. Plus, this week’s top news & events!
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Bryan Jul 5
Quality BBQ and $14 three meat plates, this is why I love roadtripping. Back at for really good plate and of course got the hot water cornbread. Good times chatting with Stephen and . Did some sausage swapping too
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Tales From The Pits Jul 1
Replying to @Dchun2 @BBQBryan
Let us know when you make it to Houston! If we’re around we always like meeting up with fellow bbq friends.
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Tales From The Pits Jul 1
Glad to be of service!
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Tales From The Pits Jul 1
Just in time for the holiday weekend, here’s the second installment of our BBQ road trip tips! 🍎: Non-🍎:
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Tales From The Pits Jun 30
Replying to @mi_bbq
Heim’s hours are great, you can get there for lunch or dinner.
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Tales From The Pits Jun 30
Replying to @mi_bbq
Then yes you should be able to get to all over a few days. Just pay attention to sellout times. Zavala’s and Joe Riscky are open Saturdays only, Panther City sells out around 2 but recently added two pits that should allow them to expand their hours.
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Tales From The Pits Jun 30
Depends how many days you’re in town. Some of those places aren’t open every day. Goldees isn’t open yet but will be doing monthly pop ups.
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Tales From The Pits Jun 30
We need to spend much more time in the DFW area, was able to pop in for the Goldee's popup, great seeing , , Josh , and the whole crew Great BBQ too!
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