Perfect timing

Just in time for South by SouthWest, the Washington post has published an article called “Texas Eat ‘Em” about barbecue in the Lone Star State:

“But what defines Texas barbecue is beef. And the king of the plate is smoked brisket - usually unsauced. That’s a characteristic specific to central Texas barbecue - its aversion to sauce. They’ll serve it (usually). But invariably on the side. Sauce, the pitman will tell you, is just used to cover up inferior barbecue.”

Equally handy, here’s the unofficial geek guide to getting over yourself at SxSW Interactive 2005.

It even looks like the weather is going to behave for the duration of the festival.

Have you published a response to this? :

Previously on this day

16 years ago I wrote We'll always have Paris

I’m back from my weekend in Paris.

18 years ago I wrote Trout Thursday

Only 327 days to go.