Daniel Vaughn, BBQ Editor for Texas Monthly Magazine gives a detailed guide to Dallas BBQ spots.
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BBQ Joints Featured in this Episode:
“The Original” Sonny Bryan’s Smokehouse:
18th and Vine:
Top 5 BBQ:
Intrinsic Smokehouse & Brewery:
Ferris Wheelers Backyard & BBQ:
Off The Bone:
Baby Back Shak:
Smokey John’s Bar-B-Que:
Meat U Anywhere BBQ:
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Salt Lick BBQ – Airport:
Cousins BBQ – Airport:
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Guest Speaker – Apostle J. Cortez Vaughn “It only takes ONE NIGHT!” PART 1
Apostle Vaughn is the Senior Pastor of [The Original] FAITH CITY CHURCH, KCK.
Preaching @ Living Word Testament Church 5th year church anniversary – August 2012
Theme: Recognizing the Shift
Dr. Floyd C. Wiggins III, Pastor
6158 Raytown Trafficway, Raytown MO 64133
Revival Temple’s Friday Night Worship
Bishop-Elect B. E. McCurdy
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1601 North Tonopah Drive
Las Vegas, Nevada 89106
B.E. McCurdy Pastor
10:am Sunday School
11:30 am Morning Worship
7:pm Young People Willing Workers Bible Study
8:00 pm Eveing Worship
7:30pm Bible Study & Youth Activities
7:30pm Home & Foreign Mission Bible study
Youth Service & Activities followed by exhortation from our Pastor
We have Prayer Services Monday – Saturday at 6:am
PLEASE LET US ALL REMEMBER TO PRAY FOR THE SICK & THE SHUT-IN’S
EPISODE 2: My interview with Texas Monthly Magazine Barbecue Editor Daniel Vaughn discussing a variety of topics including how he got into BBQ, why he started his blog Full Custom Gospel BBQ, how he landed a book deal with Anthony Bourdain’s imprint Ecco Press, how he got his job as Barbecue Editor, his favorite BBQ books, favorite BBQ joints and more.
Texas Monthly Magazine – BBQ
The Top 50 BBQ Joints in Texas:
Full Custom Gospel BBQ
The Prophets of Smoked Meat
Daniel’s recommended books:
Meathead: The Science of Great Barbecue and Grilling by Meathead Goldwyn
The Great Meat Cookbook by Bruce Aidells
Franklin BBQ: A Meat Smoking Manifesto by Aaaron Franklin and Jordan Mackay
BBQ Snob on twitter:
From the least of them to the greatest of them, everyone is given to covetousness; and from the prophet to the priest, everyone deals falsely. They have also healed the hurt of My people slightly, saying, Peace, peace! when there is no peace. Were they ashamed when they had committed abomination? No! Nor did they know how to blushThus says the LORD: Stand in the ways and see; Ask for the old paths where the good way is, and walk in it. Then you will find rest for your soulsAlso I set watchmen over you saying Listen!. (Jeremiah 6:13-17)
Pastor Scotty Vaughn tells the story of Rindercella over a campfire at
Excerpt of interview by scholar Paul Lee with Edward Vaughn, who explains how he oversaw the creation of Detroit’s world-famous Black Madonna and child chancel mural at Shrine of the Black Madonna #1 of the Pan African Orthodox Christian Church (PAOCC), 7625 Linwood at Hogarth, conducted at the church’s Black Theology room, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013.
Known as Mwalimu (Kiswahili for “teacher”), Vaughn happened to be visiting Detroit, where he once owned a nationally-known “black” bookstore on Dexter Avenue ( from his hometown of Dothan, Ala., on the first Sunday of the PAOCC’s Anniversary Month, which this year celebrates the church’s Diamond, or 60th, anniversary:
Mwalimu Vaughn stopped by the Mother Shrine, as PAOCC members call it, to see his old friend and fellow Nashville University classmate Cardinal Karamo Omari, a. k. a., Ronald Hewitt.
FROM WHITE PILGRIM TO BLACK MADONNA
In late 1966, the church’s pastor, Jaramogi Abebe Agyeman, then known as the Rev. Albert B. Cleage, Jr., who was often called “Rev.” by his parishioners, directed Mwalimu Vaughn, chairman of the Heritage committee of what was then known as Central United Church of Christ (UCC), to replace the church’s chancel mural.
Installed when it was the all- or mostly-“white” Brewster-Pilgrim Congregational church, it portrayed the 1620 landing at Plymouth Rock by Elder William Brewster, who had sailed aboard the “Mayflower” to the “New World.”
Mwalimu Vaughn commissioned artist Glanton V. Dowell to paint an 18-by-nine-foot oil chancel mural of a Black Madonna and child. It was inspired by “Black Madonna,” a poem by Detroiter Kofi Harun Wangara, then known as Harold G. Lawrence, published in “Negro Digest” in June 1962, which could be read online here:
However, Mwalimu Vaughn first had to persuade Jaramogi Agyeman to abandon his idea of a mural of a Black Messiah, or Christ, which he wanted Jon (later Onye) Lockard to paint. Dowdell chose as his model Rose Waldron and was assisted in painting the mural by local activist General G. Baker, Jr.
AN IMPOSSIBLE CONCEPTION
Jaramogi Agyeman unveiled the mural on Easter Sunday, March 26, 1967, when he proclaimed the Black Christian Nationalist Movement, or BCN, which sought self-determination in a “black nation within a nation.”
“We really don’t need a sermon this morning,” Jaramogi Agyeman began. “We could just sit here and look at the Black Madonna and marvel that we’ve come so far…; that we can conceive of the possibility of the son of God being born by a black woman.
“And that’s a long way for us ’cause it wasn’t so long ago when that would’ve been an impossible — an impossible — conception because our idea of ourselves was so distorted. We didn’t believe that even God could use us for His purpose because we were so low, so despised, because we despised ourselves. We despised ourselves.
“And to have come to the place where we not only can conceive of the possibility, but to have come to the place where we are convinced, upon the basis of our knowledge, of our historic study, upon the basis of all the facts, that we are not only capable of conceiving of the idea, but we are convinced that Jesus was born to a black Mary; that Jesus, the Messiah, was a black man; [and] that the nation that he came to save was a black nation.”
A portion of his sermon could be heard online here:
The church was rechristened the Shrine of the Black Madonna in January 1968.
OLD AND NEW MURAL
Photos of both murals could be seen online on “Finding Eliza,” the blog of Kristin Cleage Williams, the eldest of Jaramogi Agyeman’s two daughters, here:
‘GREAT PAX WHITIE’
In the summer of 1967, Mwalimu Vaughn and Cardinal Karamo invited fellow Fisk graduate Nikki Giovanni, then a rising poet in the Black Arts Movement, to attend the Second Annual Black Arts Convention (also Conference), which Mwalimu Vaughn’s black nationalist discussion group, Forum ’66, held at Central UCC from June 29-July 2. Giovanni saw the new mural and later mentioned it in her 1968 poem “The Great Pax Whitie,” which could be read online here:
Before leaving the church to return to Alabama, Mwalimu Vaughn was warmly received in the pastor’s study by PAOCC Presiding Bishop Demosthene Nelson, a. k. a., Jaramogi Menelik Kimathi. “I got half my education in your bookstore!” the presiding bishop told Mwalimu Vaughn.
(Paul Lee Video)
Filmed on location at the Outdoor Wedding area of the Flying W Ranch 13 months after the Waldo Canyon Fire. Scotty wrote this song for his wife Cindy when they were married at the Ranch many years ago. Scotty returned to the ranch and the opportunity arose to film him singing his classic “Colorado Sky”. We hope you enjoy this beautiful song performed in this beautiful place!!
Acoustic rendition of the song Oceans.
Vaughn Forest Church, Montgomery, AL
Mary Kate Sellers, Charles Mauney, Chad Boak
Marshall was pastor of Brainard Hill Baptist Church in Chattanooga TN
Reverend Randy G. Vaughn
Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church
Port Arthur, Texas