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Founded in December 2010, The 'Trendsetters' is a project set up by three of the hottest, most versatile urban DJ's in the UK - DJ Larizzle (StormParties), DJ RSI (Undisputed) & DJ DUBL (Run Di Riddim). Starting from January 1st, 2011 the Trendsetters will release a monthly podcast, which will not only bring you up to date, but will put you AHEAD of what’s happening in the worlds of R&B, Hip Hop, Dancehall, UK Funky, Dubstep & UK Grime.
 
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When we began our quest to determine the 20 best BBQ spots in Texas, we knew it would be difficult. It proved even harder than we suspected, but we’re finally finished with our search and will soon be unveiling our rankings. Tune in to this one to hear which 100 places we considered and what our ranking criteria was. We spent much of 2021 on the ro…
 
No region of Texas has seen a larger increase in both the quality and quantity of good barbecue options the last few years than the Fort Worth area. While other cities have gotten plenty of rightful acclaim for their roster of BBQ spots, not as much focus has been placed on what has developed in North Texas. We were fortunate to be able to get toge…
 
Aaron and Christina Rejino grew up in West Texas enjoying family barbecues, but it was their first encounter with craft barbecue on a trip to Houston that started them along a path that would lead them to leave their day jobs to open a barbecue trailer in Olton, Texas. It took some time to start building their audience, but accolades would come the…
 
Dayne Weaver started his BBQ journey selling food from his front yard and in a few short years has built his business into one of the most exciting places for craft barbecue in all of Texas. After meeting and striking up a friendship with Thomas Loven, the leadership core of Dayne’s Craft Barbecue began to take shape. Every Friday through Sunday Da…
 
Isaac Arellano never dreamed he’d one day turn his family’s full service gas station into a BBQ spot, but life has a funny way of working out. After delving into the competition cooking world a bit, Isaac got bit by the barbecue bug and quickly started down the path that has lead so many to retail BBQ in recent years. Along with his wife Ashley, Is…
 
To those that have followed the cooking careers of the Goldee’s BBQ crew it comes as no surprise that this Fort Worth joint has quickly ascended to “must visit” status on the Texas barbecue bucket list. After learning from some of the best in the business, this group of childhood friends built out their own restaurant and opened in early 2020 firin…
 
Evie Mae’s Barbeque grew from humble beginnings in Arizona to a trailer outside of Lubbock, Texas and just recently celebrated five years in their brick and mortar location. Along the way came many accolades along with plenty of hurdles but Arnis, Mallory, and their dedicated team have kept working and continue to put out some of the best barbecue …
 
We’ve been hitting the BBQ trail hard in 2021, but no road trip was bigger than the one we had planned for May. With proper planning and a little help from friends we were able to cram in 20 BBQ meals over the course of five days. Traveling from Houston to Austin to Lubbock to Marfa to Fort Worth to Waco and back home, we were able to try some of t…
 
Ernest Servantes had made a name for himself in the competition barbecue circuit and on food television for years, earning the reputation of a smart, talented chef. Ernest and David Kirkland met and became fast friends during their competition days, and as both were ready to move away from the wild world of “one bite BBQ,” they turned their attenti…
 
How many factors, and how important are those factors when comparing BBQ joints? Andrew and Bryan discuss sides, full menu strength, desserts, and the many elements that go into an experience factor. Is house made sausage a must, and does a strong protein menu with average sides outrank a joint with a larger selection of quality items? Years ago co…
 
Two years and a pandemic after our first interview we revisit Jacqueline Herrera and Brett Jackson at Brett's Barbecue Shop, one of the nation's smallest barbecue joints. We discuss introducing new meats to their customer base, managing a successful social media presence, future plans, and much more.…
 
We recently were able to sit down with Joe and CJ from Zavala’s Barbecue and the Brisket and Main podcast for a fun and candid sit down about restaurant life and how they’ve navigated through the obstacles they face in the restaurant business. The most recent hurdle Zavala’s faced was extensive damage to their restaurant following the ice storm tha…
 
Andrew Castelan got bit by the BBQ bug while going to college, which started him down a path that is all too familiar to us fellow barbecue hounds. His interest in live fire cooking eventually lead to him building his own pit as well as purchasing a Mill Scale pit. But Andrew knew that if he was going to truly chase his dream, he would have to leav…
 
We recently asked on Instagram which barbecue spot would you say is the best in Texas. It’s the age old debate amongst our fellow BBQ nerds and often spurs spirited back and forth. It’s the question Texas Monthly tries to answer every four years and with their new Texas Monthly list coming later in 2021, we felt it would be a good time to start the…
 
The restaurant industry is never a smooth ride, and no one knows that better than Jim Buchanan. Jim’s tireless determination and no quit attitude has helped sustained him through a number of trials and tribulations in the hospitality industry. After Jim’s brick and mortar location in Galveston didn’t work out as he’d hoped, he received a call from …
 
Blue Broussard, a lifelong native of Southeast Texas, left the security of the family business to chase a dream and open up his own BBQ joint in Beaumont. This historic East Texas city has long been known for its distinct style of barbecue that varies greatly from the Central Texas flavor profiles that is prevalent throughout much of Texas these da…
 
When we first visited Smokin’ Z’s BBQ, Zaid and Mallory Al-Jazrawi were serving up quality barbecue in the Galveston area in 2018-2019 when they were faced with a problem many growing barbecue businesses face: the need for pit expansion to keep up with demand. Unfortunately, following the arrival of their new 1,000 gallon pit, health department per…
 
Cade Mercer grew up in the Seguin and New Braunfels area with cooking always as a major part of his life. After working in restaurants during high school, Cade started his cooking career at Rudy’s BBQ shortly after trying college. To grow his skills, Cade went to culinary school and then entered the fine dining world. Follow brief stints at restaur…
 
This year has seen more than its share of challenges for everyone, the barbecue world included. In this episode we discuss some of the good things that have happened around barbecue this year that we’re thankful for. Tune in to hear about some of the new happenings in BBQ, some menu items and restaurants that continue to wow us, and more.…
 
After releasing an episode nearly every week for almost three years, we were ready for a bit of a break. But what 2020 had in store was not something we could have ever planned for or wanted. After a long period of staying mostly close to home, we're starting to venture out safely for one of our favorite activities, barbecue road trips. As it's bee…
 
Sahil Handa is a genius. He traveled around Southeast Asia for a few years before attending Harvard, and he’s currently enjoying his first gap year. But just because he’s doing a gap year doesn’t mean he isn’t doing anything — he’s traveling, running the startup ByLines, and writing a book. He talks about how his stutter informed his writing career…
 
Griffin Johnson’s life has been going through quite a shift lately. Just over the last year, he’s gone from sleeping on couches in LA to creating a following on TikTok of nearly 10 million. He’s now in the investing space, podcasting, and more. And as a result, he’s had to quickly become adept at many different areas of expertise. We talk about how…
 
Joshua Browder is the CEO of DoNotPay, a chatbot that started out by allowing drivers to appeal their parking tickets automatically and has since evolved into “the world’s first robot lawyer.” He’s a man who moves quickly and avoids bureaucracy, and his goal is to eventually replace the lawyer for the average consumer. We talk about the myth of ove…
 
I’ve known Ron Harper Jr. since I was four years old. Today, he’s playing division I basketball at Rutgers with the possibility of going to draft next year. He talks about how he came to be where he is now, how the coronavirus has impacted the sport and how the players have dealt with that, and the good and bad of having two incredible athletes for…
 
Sasha Larkin is the captain of the Summerlin area command of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. She does work in community relations for the department and has worked with them for her entire career. We, of course, have to dive into current events and how that relates to the police force, but we also discuss how community relations work,…
 
I’m excited to be interviewing my friend Amanuel Gantt, joining me from Georgia. Normally when not under quarantine, he works out of New York managing his childhood friend Evan Engram, the tight end for the New York Giants. He talks about the challenges of balancing school work and military life, working with a close friend, staying safe during the…
 
Having just completed our first BBQ road trip since the quarantine began, we discuss our experience going to four places, safety and social distancing measures we personally implemented as well as those we’ve seen at the places we’ve been to during the pandemic. One positive to come from the coronavirus situation from a customer standpoint is it ha…
 
Our final episode with Jessica Li as she answers questions based on the topics from our last 3 episodes that began all the way back on Friday, April 24th. She eloquently provided insightful responses to my questions, which I think it's worth listening to. She also has opted to provide her time and resources to help black founders during these very …
 
When we started this podcast three years ago we had no idea what the show would become or the places it would take us. We are incredibly grateful to all of the amazing people in the BBQ industry that have given us the gift of their time and their story. From our first episode breaking down the 2017 Texas Monthly top ten list to interviews with some…
 
This is our third episode with Jessica Li. Jessica is an investor on Soma Capital and Content Head @Elpha. You can learn more about Jessica and her work via this centralized resource that she put together recently for founders, investors, and operators. Please make sure you check that out as well. Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, we we…
 
Jeff Eisenband is a sports and esports broadcaster working out of New York City. He is doing a ton of work for the NBA 2K League, from the draft to broadcasting, he writes for Ozy, and he hosts the podcast Eis on the Prize. He talks about the way he got into journalism, how he’s navigated his career to where he is now, working as a freelancer, what…
 
In this second episode of this informative series with Jessica Li as she shares me her insights on the following key issues on women in the entrepreneurship and VC including: -Women Pitching companies to VCs -Female focused VC fund: Some examples below: Chloe Capital IFundwomen Jane VC Female Founders Fund BBG Ventures SoGal Ventures -Female focuse…
 
In Episode 1 of a Part 4 Series, Jessica Li talked about COVID -19 Impact on the Venture Capital space through the lens of the key points below. Soma Capital is a fund built by founders, for founders in San Francisco, CA."Soma is founded by Aneel Ranadive, who has +10 years experience building startups and investing seed in over 100 startups includ…
 
Warren Lentz is the co-founder and CEO of TalentXEntertainment, a management agency firm that represents some of your favorite TikTok stars and creators in the world. Their job is to help creators launch their careers into merchandising, products, film, modeling, and more. The average career of a social media influencer is 19 months — the goal of T…
 
Mark Cuban doesn’t need much of an introduction. Most of you know him either as the owner of the Dallas Mavericks or from his appearances on Shark Tank, along with any of his dozens of other business ventures. He has some advice for how you can be productive through the global pandemic that we are all dealing with right now (whether you’re an emplo…
 
Candace Parker is a WNBA player for the Los Angeles Sparks, the first pick in the 2008 NBA draft, two-time MVP, and she does a ton of work in TV, entertainment, and business. She talks about what she’s doing to stay busy during the coronavirus pandemic, making the transition to becoming a WNBA player, the habits that have led to her success, taking…
 
Erika Nardini is the CEO of Barstool Sports and previously worked at companies such as Yahoo, AOL, Microsoft, and more. Every company that she had worked for helped to prepare her for Barstool, but there was still so much to learn. She’s managed to tie in the amazing network of content they have at Barstool while building a legitimate, scalable com…
 
Taylor Johnson plays tennis at UCLA and is the co-founder of FAST (Female Athletes Stand Together) along with the founder of the UCLA chapter of that organization. In this episode, we talk about the experience of growing up playing competitive tennis, being recruited, finding a mentor, and how she brought FAST to UCLA. Her goal is to bring this pro…
 
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