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This article is part of a series that spotlights Texas pitmasters in their own words, available exclusively to TM BBQ Club members. As part of the sixth generation to run his family’s mortician business, Blue Broussard didn’t need to seek another career path—but the barbecue bug bit him just the same. After years cooking for friends and family, Broussard finally opened a barbecue trailer in 2015, which led to the opening of his brick-and-mortar, 1701 Barbecue, in Beaumont in December 2020. Broussard has been praised by Texas Monthly barbecue editor Daniel Vaughn for quenching the Beaumont brisket drought, and his joint even earned a spot on the 2021 Top 50 list after less than a year in business. Tell us about the first person who…

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