BBQuest Travels Texas For Secret Menu Items and Local Excitement
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BBQuest Travels Texas For Secret Menu Items and Local Excitement

As Texas reopens its dining establishments to increasing capacity, you may be in search of the perfect meal to enjoy with family, friends, or purely for the enjoyment of food you didn’t cook yourself. Delicious imagery and delectable descriptions will tantalize in the series “BBQuest”, produced by the group Beef Loving Texans. Streaming on the website, YouTube, and on Hulu, Season 1 goes big city by way of Dallas/ Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin, and Houston, but don’t expect the usual names to be featured. Season 2 of “BBQuest” widens the scope and travels through Big Bend, the Rio Grande Valley, the Texas Hill Country, and the Panhandle Plains. Keep an eye out for a contender on The Next Food Network Star!

BBQuest Travels Texas For Secret Menu Items and Local Excitement

Photo: Beef Loving Texans

Of course, everyone has their favorite barbeque spot and will defend it to the death, but opening the realm of possibility can be inspiring, especially when guided through regional food and travel, with an emphasis on secrets of the industry and the menus. Executive Producer Rachel Chou quotes “BBQuest is a celebration of Texas BBQ culture and an homage to the lengths Texans will go for the perfect slice of smoked brisket.” As a delightful bonus, segments also include little-known local happenings. Others are impressed with the series as well; in 2019, Hermes Awards honored it as a web series gold winner, and it was a finalist in the branded journalism category at the Sabre Awards.

BBQuest Travels Texas For Secret Menu Items and Local Excitement

Photo: Beef Loving Texans

Secret menu items can be recreated at home; recipes are provided on the Beef Loving Texans website. This group was created in 2010 and is the consumer brand created by the Texas Beef Council (TBC) to share unique aspects of Texan pride and values via family, community, and tradition. TBC is a non-profit organization, directed by a board of 20 cattlemen who represent the 149,000 beef farmers and ranchers of Texas. It is funded by Lone Star State beef producers through the $1 per head beef checkoff program.

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