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Historic-Barbecue-restaurants-texas-closing-featThere are only a couple of days left to visit Dozier’s Barbeque in Fulshear before it closes for good on March 30. Ed Dozier opened the barbecue joint in 1957, and Steve Baur and Jim Cummins purchased it in 2019. They told me in a joint statement via email that several challenges, including rising costs of labor, meat, and other goods, contributed to the closure. “We concluded that it was largely the things we could not control, rather than the things we could, that couldn’t be overcome,” they explained.Baur and Cummins hired pitmaster Jim Buchanan in 2020, hoping to bring the joint back to glory. Buchanan added his new-school barbecue technique to the traditional meat market, now a rarity in Texas. The place has long…

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