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  1. Shortages
    Are High Prices to Blame for the Existence of the Texas Brisket Bandit?“It’s gold now.”
  2. Burnt Ends
    Brisket Is More Expensive Than Ever BeforeAnd prices aren’t coming down for three or four years.
  3. Brisket-Boarding
    People Wasted a Demoralizing Amount of Time Watching Arby’s 13-HourAn average of 38 minutes per person, to be exact.
  4. Brisketnomics
    How Arby’s 13-Hour Brisket Ad Ruined Barbecue for the Rest of UsPitmasters are feeling the pinch.
  5. Brisket-Boarding
    Arby’s to Torture Minnesotans With 13-Hour TV AdTomorrow, bored Duluthians can watch a brisket smoke for the better part of the day.
  6. Expansions
    Mighty Quinn’s Opening New Jersey LocationHugh Mangum is bringing brisket to the burbs.
  7. There’s the Rub
    Austin’s Franklin Barbecue Pops Up in New York; Mighty Quinn’sSmoke gets in your eyes.
  8. Openings
    What to Eat at Cheu Noodle Bar, Opening TodayObviously, the noodles are the main draw, but it’s not going to be run-of-the-mill ramen.
  9. Meat Metrics
    BrisketTown Adds Handy Brisketometer to Measure Crucial Brisket SupplyKnow before you go.
  10. Trendlet
    Trendlet: Once-Humble Brisket Finds New CachetThanks to the confluence of the New and Improved Jewish Deli Movement and the enduring Barbecue Boom, it’s experienced a spike in popularity of almost pork-belly proportions.
  11. Meaty Plans
    BrisketTown Is the Next Step in Daniel Delaney’s Barbecue Ambitions“I don’t think we’re trying to be the best barbecue in New York, we’re trying to make some of the best barbecue in the United States,” says the Brisketlab founder.
  12. Closings
    David’s Brisket House Is Closed, But Maybe Not for GoodNostrand Avenue’s House of B may be back soon, or at least we can hope.
  13. Sandwiches
    Anthony Bourdain Might Soon Have a New EnemyA local brisketeer makes her mark on the Cooking Channel.
  14. Menus
    Akasha Unites Vodka and Latkes for HanukkahAkasha celebrates Hanukkah with usual flair.
  15. Foodievents
    Master Brisket 101 on Santa Monica Blvd.A barbecue course starts at Zeke’s.
  16. User’s Guide
    How To Make Your Best Brisket, With Charlie KleinmanWexler’s chef shares some top tips on making the holiday staple.