Blood Bros. bbq
What People are saying…
Indeed, the Texas trinity at Blood Bros. BBQ is one of the best versions in the city. But if you look closely, you’ll see (and taste and smell) the story of Houston barbecue. The bark on the brisket isn’t just salt and pepper but includes spices that Hoang grew up with in Chinatown. The pork ribs — a canonical dish of the African-American tradition of Houston barbecue — are meaty and fragrant with a spicy/sweet rub. And the soon-to-be-on-the-menu green curry boudin is a throwback to the long Creole tradition in the Bayou City.
Far from being a static cuisine, Houston barbecue continues to change and evolve. We are fortunate to live in a city where barbecue combines history and tradition with contemporary techniques. Robin, Terry, Quy and their partners have embraced Texas and Houston barbecue traditions while expanding and reinterpreting them. It’s another chapter in our city’s delicious barbecue story. – J.C. REID
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