Great BBQ is Easy to Cook.

Lee will give you step-by-step instructions on how to make your next barbecue a delicious success.


Cooking an authentic, tender Texas barbecue beef brisket is not rocket science, anyone can do it. We try to make it fool proof. Dry rub and "Slow and Low" cooking is the key.

We like using dry rub spice because you get a better direct taste of the meat. You don't need to use BBQ sauce to get a good tasting rib. If you just want to taste the the flavor of the meat, try dry rub.

Slow and low BBQ cooking gives you a delicious, juicy smoked Boston Butt, or known as pork shoulder. We’ll show you how using our dry rub in this two part video.

Texas Brothers Bar-B-Que has catered hundreds of events from corporate lunches to familiy reunions. Every great slice of beef brisket and port rib needs great sides, or what we call "The Fixins." Here are our family recipes for you to enjoy.

Slow and low is the key to a delicious, juicy barbecue brisket. We'll show you how to smoke a brisket on a charcoal grill and then transfer it to the oven to finish.