Houston Pitmasters group up for a fundraiser on the Fulshear BBQ Restaurant

Pit master Jim Buchanan, the former owner of Buck’s Barbecue who recently joined Doziers BBQ in Fulshear, receives help from his grill colleagues to raise funds for the Fulshear Police Foundation. The organization’s mission is to “foster community commitment to provide the equipment, training and technology necessary to maintain the excellence, professionalism and safety of the Fulshear Police Department”.

Called Pitmaster Party: Wild Game Edition, the event will take place on Saturday, October 9th, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Since it coincides with the start of the hunting season, the pit masters all concentrate on the game. Tickets are available online and cost $ 75 per person.

In addition to Buchanan, the other smoked meat wizards cook here for the fundraising campaign (in alphabetical order).

  • John Brotherton, Brotherton’s Black Iron Barbecue, Pflugerville
  • Patrick Feges, Feges BBQ, Houston
  • Quy Hoang, Blood Bros. BBQ, Bellaire
  • Brett Jackson, Brett’s Grill, Katy
  • Robert Jacob Lerma, Guest chef and grill photographer
  • Anthony McDonald, Doziers, Fulshear
  • See Malekian, Harlem Road BBQ, Richmond
  • Scott Moore, Tejas Chocolate & Barbecue, Tomball
  • Russell Roegels, Roegels Barbecue Co., Houston

Pitmaster Jim Buchanan prepares meat for the smoker at Dozier's in FulshearPitmaster Jim Buchanan prepares meat for the smoker at Dozier’s in Fulshear. Photo by Robert Jacob Lerma.

Ticket holders are entitled to samples during the event (while stocks last – we recommend arriving on time) from every participant. However, the tickets do not include drinks; Beer, sodas and the like are sold separately. The wild focus for Dozier’s event is particularly suitable, because in addition to grilling, deer is also processed. The music duo Dan and Kev will entertain the crowd from Dozier’s deck.

“The pandemic has really stalled many of the cool events the Houston BBQ community has been hosting for the past decade, and this is an opportunity for us to come together in a festival format,” Buchanan said in a press release. “It also gives the folks in the Fulshear community a chance to experience something new, something that I don’t think has been done out here before, and gets a couple of BBQ guys into doing something fun like game.”

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