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Archive | March, 2014

Firefighter Appreciation

After a 5-alarm fire destroyed a new apartment building in Montrose on Tuesday, March 25, we here at Goode Company wanted to recognize and salute the bravery and hard work of our city’s firefighters. As a way of tipping our hats to these heroes, we invited all Houston Fire Department employees to our  BBQ Kirby location on Wednesday, March […]

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All About Beef

Parts of a Cow

Filet mignon rib roast, skirt steak, brisket. Beef is one of our favorite types of meat, so we’re taking you through each portion of the cow, breaking down where all the various cuts come from and how they are used. Chuck: Eye Roast, Blade Steak, Arm Roast, Pot Roast, Rib Roast, Mock Tender, Blade Roast, […]

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It’s Bluebonnet Time

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You can’t call yourself a Texan if the sight of bluebonnets on the side of the road doesn’t make you feel at home. A tradition unlike anything else, thousands of Texans hit the road each spring to check out the bluebonnets blooming across the state. While the town of Burnet is the official bluebonnet capital […]

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Texas Turkey Hunting

From now through early May, avid hunters around Texas will be dusting off their camouflage, turkey calls and shotguns getting ready to take down some spring birds.  Before you head out, you’ll need to know a few things. Here are our tips for a successful hunt. Land Whether you’re on private, public or hunting lodge […]

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A Rodeo Goers’ Must Dos

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The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo officially opened yesterday, March 4, and Houstonians everywhere are chomping at the bit to get over to Reliant Park to once again experience the glory of the Rodeo Houston. There are some classic “must sees,” but there are also a few new exhibits and activities at this year’s Rodeo, […]

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