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NPR is Doing a Barbecue Segment Today, and Brisket Help Us If Daniel Vaughn Isn't On it

If you can't get enough of blogger-turned-professional barbecue snob Daniel Vaughn, you might want to tune your radio dial (does anyone still do that?) to KERA 90.1 this afternoon at 1 p.m. The entire second hour of Krys Boyd's Think will be devoted to brisket, ribs, sausages and the endless debate of sauce versus no sauce.

See Also: - Daniel Vaughn: The BBQ Snob

Here's the show's description...

Where can you find the best barbeque in Texas? What makes it so memorable? We'll scour the corners this hour with Daniel Vaughn, the longtime 'cue sleuth who just became Texas Monthly Magazine's first ever barbeque editor. His new book is "The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey Through Texas Barbecue" (Anthony Bourdain/Ecco, 2013).

If you're trapped at your computer (I knew nobody actually, you know, tuned a radio) you can stream it while you work here.

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