Cody Neathery

Cody Neathery describes himself as a BBQ enthusiast, competitive knitter, home brewing champ, lawn flamingo collector, chronic runner, music player, taco aficionado, taster of whiskey, above average life consultant, local traveler, Texas Rangers fan, mediocre comedian and an all around good guy. For his day job, Cody is involved in medical sales. On the side he volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Café Momentum and serves on the board for the Dallas Youth Village. Follow him on Twitter @DFWBBQ.

Local Team, Meat Church, to appear on Season 5 of BBQ Pitmaster’s

Local Team, Meat Church, to appear on Season 5 of BBQ Pitmaster's

Before the turn of the New Year, a minor Twitter cowshit storm was brought about by Waxahachie resident, Matt Pittman. The reason was to get his competition team, Meat Church, on the upcoming season of BBQ Pitmaster’s. The $50,000 cash prize and an invite to the Kingsford competition doesn't hurt either.

Meat Fight with Nick Offerman & Daniel Vaughn Raises $50,000 – Get the Juicy Details

Meat Fight with Nick Offerman & Daniel Vaughn Raises $50,000 - Get the Juicy Details

With 300 tickets selling out quickly and weighing down the upstairs floor at Sons of Hermann Hall, they were able to raise $20,000 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. With much appreciation and gratitude toward all involved, Alice had a bigger plan for the following year.

Three Cheers for 3 Stacks Smoke and Tap House – Trace Arnold’s Frisco-Based BBQ Eatery

Three Cheers for 3 Stacks Smoke and Tap House - Trace Arnold's Frisco-Based BBQ Eatery

After receiving an invitation for a Texas size barbecue lunch at 3 Stacks Smoke and Tap House, there wasn't one thought of turning it down. It was an event for local food lovers to help ( in Pitmaster Trace Arnold's words ) spread the gospel of great Texas barbecue. Because of course, "once you've had the best, you won't go back to the rest."