Low and Slow. Something magical happens when smoke meats brisket that transcends the pit. It happens at the picnic table where friends and family are drawn together and screens magically disappear into pockets.
For B.R. Anderson, barbecue was the medium that brought laughter to his table. Every Wednesday evening, B.R. would leave his corporate job and take his place at the pit. Creating all sorts of smoked and grilled meats and world famous sides (or at least down the block famous). When he grilled it, they would come and it was those moments that made B.R. the happiest.
Finally, in 2012, B.R. wised up, quit his corporate job and did what any rational person would do -- buy and refurbish a food truck with his son Kyle. What was once a passion became a calling. The mobile smoker enabled B.R. and Kyle to bring meats into the community and B-Daddy's took off. Follow the smoke from the B-Daddy's trailer and you'd spot them at Spurs tailgates, the Rodeo and more. What was a small, Wednesday family gathering became a six day a week gathering with B.R.'s extended family -- the people of San Antonio.
The location might have changed from days in B.R.s backyard but the recipes are still authentically family style barbecue. The smoke washes out of your clothing but the laughter is forever.