Two-time World Champion Texas BBQ Pitmaster Grant Pinkerton explains real Texas BBQ to Ramsey Russell, setting him straight once and for all on why beef is indeed real BBQ. Pinkerton has been duck hunting for as long as he can remember, cooked his first steak in grade school, began smoking brisket before he could drive, and smokes what Ramsey describes as the bar-none very best BBQ he’s ever eaten. When and how did Pinkerton get into the BBQ business? How’d Pinkerton become a world champion pitmaster and what other accolades has he received? What defines Texas BBQ? When did brisket become so popular? How much does Pinkerton’s BBQ turn out per day?! What are some of his favorite waterfowl recipes? How does he prepare a brisket for the pit? This episode will leave your mouth watering. Postscript: “Yes. Beef ribs are real BBQ. Think beef-butter with a bark. Best I’ve ever had,” says Ramsey.