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4110 Broadway St, Pearland
(281) 485-9626

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dine-in

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vegan options

many vegetarian options

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casual

moderate noise

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good for kids

good for lunch, dinner

private lot parking

bike parking

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brisket grilled cheese

brisket sandwich

jalapeno cheddar sausage

barbecue

chopped beef

baked potatoes

sandwiches

family-friendly

ribs

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Hours

Monday10AM - 8PM
Tuesday10AM - 8PM
Wednesday10AM - 8PM
Thursday10AM - 8PM
Friday10AM - 8PM
Saturday10AM - 8PM
Sunday10AM - 8PM

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Monday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Tuesday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Wednesday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Thursday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Friday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Saturday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Sunday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

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Syd Waldman, CFSP (08/16/2020)

BBQ is always great! Get like a home coming since I had not eaten there since early March when they and everyone else closed while we stayed at home.nToday I ate the two meat plate with moist brisket, so tender it just pulled apart, and had that great Central BBQ flavor. The links were perfect as usual with just the correct amount of spice. I love the collard greens came to me very hot while the crisp cool cole slaw tamed everything down.nA wonderful meal as usual.

Heather Nicole (03/16/2021)

I'm all the way from Katy so this is a drive for me. But I don't mind it at all! I love their baked potato!!! I have not gotten anything else ever since I first came here. My fiancu00e9 gets his turkey baked potato and my brother gets the meat plate with 2 sides. The staff is very friendly and attentive. I love the tables because at every table they have different pictures which are pictures of the owners family so they are cool to look at! I love seeing all the quirky items all over the restaurant.

Cindy Shannon (04/09/2021)

We have been eating here 10 years plus and just love the food and service! The atmosphere of family and community is obvious from the time you walk in and leave. The ability to order and pick up is always a great experience. We recently had Central Tx BBQ cater for our daughters wedding and everything was so good! Food, service and plenty of food for everyone! I canu2019t say enough about them. If you have never been here I highly recommend it!

mohammed panjwani (09/06/2020)

Brisket - bland, peach cobbler - bland, smoke chicken BBQ - bland, sweet tea - good, bread pudding - decent, mac and cheese - runny, Spanish rice - very good, you be the judge

Kurt Rose (01/09/2021)

The brisket was good. The pulled pork had lots of flavor even before adding sauce.nnThe sides came in sizable helpings. The sweet potatoes were big delicious chunks covered in a sweet sauce. The broccoli and rice was good and as were the green beans.nnThe process for ordering involve standing in line outside in a way that seemed to negate any efforts to distance for covid. The menu was posted at the front of the line so that you couldn't decide what you wanted until you got there. And then you felt bad taking any time to figure out what you wanted.

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Killen's BBQ.

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We at Killen’s are continuing to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in real time. We are committed to following all county and local guidelines as well as going above and beyond them to ensure a clean and sanitary environment to our guests and employees. We remain vigilant in all areas of sanitation and hold ourselves and our employees to the highest standards.  Daily temperature checks, handwashing logs and more frequent sanitation for surfaces are just a few examples of newly instituted measures.  All of this is designed to ensure that our employees and customers are safe in supporting the businesses that we all love.

We are adapting to the ever-changing nature of our current situation under this crisis. We are offering increased takeout, togo and curbside options as well as delivery at many of our restaurants.  We understand that this is a startling and trying time for everyone in our community and we hope to be a source of comfort and familiarity in an increasingly unfamiliar world. Please remember that we are all in this together and on behalf of everyone at every Killen’s restaurant is grateful for your continued support.

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Established in 2013, Killen's BBQ marked a return to one of Ronnie Killen's first loves.  It was born out of a desire to retain the heart and soul of the old school BBQ cook offs of his youth while bringing a Le Cordon Bleu trained eye to the medium.  That desire quickly took Killen's BBQ from pet project to national acclaim.  Simply put, it's the best BBQ, period!

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FOUNDER/CHEF

“This is not a profession that you choose. It chooses you.” - Norman van Aken, Chef/Owner of highly decorated Norman’s
Executive Chef Ronnie Killen began cooking at the age of eight and never looked back. He owned his first restaurant; Killen’s Kountry BBQ by 23 and opened Killen’s Sports Café five years later. While working part time in a fine dining establishment in Houston, a desire to pursue the culinary arts emerged and a childhood dream became a reality.

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Hours:  Sunday-Thursday 11am- Until We Sell Out

Friday & Saturday 11am- Until We Sell Out

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Источник: https://www.killensbarbecue.com/

Brazoria County, Texas, United States

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Opening hours :

Monday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Tuesday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Wednesday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Thursday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Friday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Saturday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Sunday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

What other say:

Syd Waldman, CFSP (08/16/2020)

BBQ is always great! Get like a home coming since I had not eaten there since early March when they and everyone else closed while we stayed at home.nToday I ate the two meat plate with moist brisket, so tender it just pulled apart, and had that great Central BBQ flavor. The links were perfect as usual with just the correct amount of spice. I love the collard greens came to me very hot while the crisp cool cole slaw tamed everything down.nA wonderful meal as usual.

Heather Nicole (03/16/2021)

I'm all the way from Katy so this is a drive for me. But I don't mind it at all! I love their baked potato!!! I have not gotten anything else ever since I first came here. My fiancu00e9 gets his turkey baked potato and my brother gets the meat plate with 2 sides. The staff is very friendly and attentive. I love the tables because at every table they have different pictures which are pictures of the owners family so they are cool to look at! I love seeing all the quirky items all over the restaurant.

Cindy Shannon (04/09/2021)

We have been eating here 10 years plus and just love the food and service! The atmosphere of family and community is obvious from the time you walk in and leave. The ability to order and pick up is always central texas bbq pearland tx great experience. We recently had Central Tx BBQ cater for our daughters wedding and everything was so good! Food, service and plenty of food for everyone! I canu2019t say enough about them. If you have never been here I highly recommend it!

mohammed panjwani (09/06/2020)

Brisket - bland, peach cobbler - bland, smoke chicken BBQ - bland, sweet tea - good, bread pudding - decent, mac and cheese - runny, Spanish rice - very good, you be the judge

Kurt Rose (01/09/2021)

The brisket was good. The pulled pork had lots of flavor even before adding sauce.nnThe sides came in sizable helpings. The sweet potatoes were big delicious chunks covered in a sweet sauce. The broccoli and rice was good and as were the green beans.nnThe process for ordering involve standing in line outside in a way that seemed to negate any efforts to distance for covid. The menu was posted at the front of the line so that you couldn't decide what you wanted until you got there. And then you felt bad taking any time to figure out what you wanted.

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308 Cowboy Way, Plains, TX 79355, USA
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1105 Cowboy Way, Plains, TX 79355, USA
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(http://www.dairyqueen.com/)

Amigas Burritos & More
808 Cowboy Way, Plains, TX 79355, USA
Coordinate: 33.1879184, -102.8263418

Lalito’s Mexican Restaurant
802 US-82, Plains, TX 79355, USA
Coordinate: 33.188137, -102.826795

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(http://sooks-place.poi.place/)

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Coordinate: 30.8554589, -100.6051725

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Barbecue in Texas

barbecue unique to Texan cuisine

Texas Barbecue refers to methods of preparation for barbecue unique to Texan cuisine. Beef brisket, pork ribs, and sausage are among the most commonly known dishes. The term can also include side dishes central texas bbq pearland tx are traditionally served alongside the smoked meats.[1]

History[edit]

Main article: Barbecue § Etymology

European meat-smoking traditions were brought to Central Texas by German and Czech settlers during the mid-19th century. Traditionally, butchers would smoke the leftover meat that had not been sold, allowing it to be stored longer without spoiling. As these leftovers became popular among the migrants in the area, multiple meat markets began to specialize in smoked meats.[citation needed]

In 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson hosted a state dinner featuring barbecue for the Mexican president-elect in Johnson City, Texas. This was the first barbecue state dinner in the history of the United States.[2]

In 2019, J. C. Reid of the Houston Chronicle wrote that pulled pork barbecue was becoming common in Texas despite having originated in a different region.[3]

Styles and variations[edit]

Texas barbecue traditions differ geographically and culturally: East Texas, Central Texas, South Texas, and West Texas each have their own unique barbecue styles. Of these various styles, the Central and East Texas varieties are considered to be the most well-known.[4][5]

The different kinds of Texas barbecue can be distinguished as follows:[4]

  • East Texas style—the meat is slowly cooked to the point that it is "falling off the bone." It is typically cooked over hickory wood and marinated in a sweet, tomato-based sauce.
  • Central Texas style—the meat is typically rubbed with only salt and i ll be home for christmas tab pepper (though some restaurants have been known to use other spices), then cooked over indirect pirates of the caribbean at worlds end davy jones death from pecan, oak, or mesquite wood. Sauce is typically considered unnecessary, but it may be served on the side to complement the meat.
  • West Can you send money on zelle with a credit card style—the meat is cooked over direct heat central texas bbq pearland tx mesquite wood in a method very similar to grilling.[6]
  • South Texas style—the meat is marinated in thick, molasses-like sauces that keep the meat moist after cooking.

Another style of barbecue, barbacoa, is characteristic of South Texas and the Rio Grande valley near the Mexico–United States border.

Barbacoa is a traditional Mexican form of barbecue that typically uses goat, lamb, or sheep meat, although beef is also sometimes used.[7] In its most authentic form, barbacoa is prepared in a hole dug in the ground and covered in maguey (Agave americana) leaves.[2]

East Texas[edit]

East Texas barbecue is usually chopped rather than sliced. It may be made of either beef or pork. It is usually served on a bun.[8]

In "Texas Barbecue in Black and White," Robb Walsh writes that African-American varieties of barbecue in East Texas favored beef rather than pork due to its prevalence in the region. Walsh quotes an artist, Bert Long, who states that African-American varieties are heavily smoked.[9]

According to Reid, the presence of pork ribs in East Texas barbecue originated from elsewhere in the Priority one bank brandon ms According to Walsh, the origins date back to when barbecues were held for slaves.[10] Many Black restaurant owners, in 1910, struggled as food-safety regulations passed throughout Texas restricted the operation of their restaurants. Later on, the widespread implementation of a new innovation, the cinder block pit, allowed Black restaurateurs to serve their fellow Black customers.[11]

In a 1973 Texas Monthly article, Griffin Smith, Jr. describes East Texas barbecue as an "extension" of barbecue served in the Southern United States and says that beef and pork appear equally in the cuisine.[8] According to Smith, the style's emphasis on sauces and spices originated from a time when African-Americans received poor-quality cuts of meat that needed flavoring.[5] According to Smith, the "finest manifestations" of this style were found in African-American-operated restaurants.[8] Smith further describes East Texas barbecue as ".a chopped pork sandwich with hot sauce."[5]

Central Texas[edit]

The Central Texas pit-style barbecue was established in the 19th century along the Chisholm Trail in the towns of Lockhart, Luling, and Taylor. European immigrants, who owned meat-packing plants, opened retail meat markets serving cooked meats wrapped in red butcher paper. This is an ongoing tradition in many Central Community spiceworks com tools ip lookup towns. This barbecue style's popularity has spread considerably around the world, especially to Southern California, New York City, Britain, and Australia.[citation needed]

At a typical Central Texas pit-style barbecue restaurant, customers take a cafeteria-style tray and are served how to pay with apple pay on amazon a butcher who carves the meat by weight. Barbecue meats are commonly sold by the pound.

Next, side dishes and desserts including slices of white bread, crinkle-cut dill pickle chips, sliced onion, jalapeño, and corn bread are picked up along the line.

This style of barbecue emphasizes the meat, so if sauce is available, it is usually considered a side to dip into.[5]Calvin Trillin, writing in The New Yorker, said that discussions of Central Texas pit barbecue do not concern the piquancy of the sauces or common side dishes and desserts—the main consideration is the quality of the cooking of the meats.[12]

Smith argues that the lack of focus on sauces is due to the fact that noon meat markets were once dominated by upper-class purchasers who could choose from the highest quality cuts of meat and had little interest in sauces.

He also states that many sauces in Central Texas pit barbecue are intentionally made "bland" in comparison to the flavor of the meats themselves.[5] The sauce is typically thinner and unsweetened, as opposed to the Kansas City and Memphis styles, which rely heavily on molasses, sugar, and corn syrup to provide thickness and sweetness.

In 2010, Jayne Clark of USA Today described the "Texas Barbecue Trail", an East-of-Austin "semi-loop" including Elgin, Lockhart, Luling, and Taylor. Barbecue eateries in this semi-loop, such as Louie Mueller Barbecue, are within an hour from Austin running central texas bbq pearland tx northeast to the southeast.[13]

Other styles[edit]

West Texas barbecue, sometimes called "cowboy style," traditionally uses a more direct heating method than other styles. Food is generally cooked over mesquite, granting it a distinct, smoky flavor that is different from other wood-smoked styles.[14]

Barbecue in the border area between the South Texas Plains and Northern Mexico salem five bank salem ma hours mostly influenced by Mexican cuisine. Historically, this area was the birthplace of the Texas ranching tradition. Often, Mexican farmhands were partially paid for their work central texas bbq pearland tx less-desirable cuts of central texas bbq pearland tx, such as the diaphragm and the cow's head. It is the cow's head that defines South Texas barbecue (called barbacoa). The head would be wrapped in wet maguey leaves and buried in a pit with hot coals for several hours, after which the meat would be pulled off for barbacoa tacos. The tongue would also be used to make lengua tacos. Today, this barbecue is mostly cooked in an oven in a bain-marie.[15]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Siciliano-Rosen, Laura (December 14, 2015). "Texas barbecue". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved January 30, 2020.
  2. ^ abWalsh, Robb (2002). Legends of Texas Barbecue Cookbook: Recipes and Recollections central texas bbq pearland tx the Pit Bosses. San Francisco: Chronicle Books. p. 29. ISBN . Retrieved November 17, 2015.
  3. ^ abReid, J.C. (May 10, 2019). "Pulled pork is no longer an afterthought on Texas barbecue menus". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved July 3, 2019.
  4. ^ abSan Antonio, Austin, & the Hill Country. New York: Fodor's. 2008. p. 151. ISBN . Retrieved November 17, 2015.
  5. ^ abcdeSmith, Griffin, Jr. (April 1973). "The World's Best Barbecue Is in Taylor, Texas. Or Is It Lockhart?". Texas Monthly. Vol. 1 no. 3. p. 40. ISSN 0148-7736. Retrieved January 30, 2020.
  6. ^Gentile, Dan (December 8, 2015). "Everything You Need to Know About Texas BBQ". Thrillist. Retrieved December 5, 2019.
  7. ^"Vera's: The Last Bastion of South Texas Barbacoa". Texas Monthly. May 21, 2013. Retrieved December 16, 2019.
  8. ^ abcSmith, Griffin, Jr. (April 1973). "The World's Best Barbecue Is in Taylor, Texas. Or Is It Lockhart?". Texas Monthly. Vol. 1 no. 3. p. 38. ISSN 0148-7736. Retrieved January 30, 2020.
  9. ^Walsh, Robb. "Texas Barbecue in Black and White". In: Elie, Lolis Eric (ed.). Cornbread Nation 2: The United States of Barbecue. University of North Central texas bbq pearland tx Press, January 27, 2010. p. 57.
  10. ^Walsh, Robb. "Texas Barbecue in Black and White". In: Elie, The great awakening in america Eric (editor). Cornbread Nation 2: The United States of Barbecue. University of Central texas bbq pearland tx Carolina Press, January 27, 2010. p. 58.
  11. ^Walsh, Robb. "Texas Barbecue in Black and White". In: Elie, Lolis Eric (editor). Cornbread Nation 2: The United States of Barbecue. University of North Carolina Press, January 27, 2010. pp. 58–59.
  12. ^"By Meat Alone". The New Yorker. November 24, 2008. Retrieved November 17, 2015.
  13. ^Clark, Jayne (May 27, 2010). "Hot on the trail of some smokin' Texas barbecue". USA Today. Retrieved November 17, 2015.
  14. ^Vaughn, Daniel (April 7, 2016). "The Definitive Texas Barbecue Style Guide". Thrillist. Retrieved December 5, 2019.
  15. ^Walsh, Robb (2011). The Tex-Mex Grill and Backyard Barbecue Cookbook: More than 85 Sizzling Recipes. Berkeley, Calif.: Ten Speed Press. ISBN . OCLC 794763753. Retrieved January 30, 2020.
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