Denver doesn't have much of a reputation as a barbecue city -- which makes sense, since the distinct styles of American barbecue evolved in other states; any methods or meat cuts specific to Colorado (lamb or bison, for example) disappeared decades ago. Slow cooking over hardwood coals is a skill ac ... More >>
Adrian Miller is a man of many talents and passions -- judging barbecue not least among them. That's not to make light of his other achievements, however. A Denver kid who attended Smoky Hill High School, Miller soon moved on to bigger things, graduating from Stanford University and Georgetown Unive ... More >>
In Ethniche, Mark Antonation has been exploring barbecue all month; his final installment on 'cue runs tomorrow. And even as he's explored options around town, like Brooks Smokehouse, new places keep opening up, including Burt's Smokehouse BBQ, now smokin' in Centennial. But still, readers are hungr ... More >>
When I was a kid, in the fall my dad would load up the Country Squire and we'd head to Louisiana to catch our fill of blue crab. Catching them was as easy as lowering a chicken neck on a string into a roadside canal and pulling it up quickly as soon as the line jiggled. We could fill a 54-quart Cole ... More >>
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Brooks Smokehouse Bar-B-Que
From the week of February 3, 2005
Brooks Smokehouse Bar-B-Que is pleased to meat you.