Texas Beef Council gears up for new season of BBQuest TV series |

The Texas Beef Council has announced that the third season of its popular TV series “BBQuest” began production in late March with an expected premiere date of summer 2022.

Courtesy of the Texas Beef Council.

In Season 3, BBQuest host Kelsey Pribilski will be joined by co-host Jess Pryles, a live cook, author of Hardcore Carnivore and Season 1 alum. Together, the two will dive even deeper into the world of Texas barbecue, uncovering stories of the dedicated pitmasters and ranchers who make the state’s favorite staple so special while enjoying delicious meals along the way.

TBC and its production team BBQuest chose the Texas barbecue restaurants to be featured in Season 3 based on recent accolades and rankings. These restaurants represent a range of old-school and new-school preparations, smoking methods, and flavor profiles. The ranches BBQuest will visit this season have been selected based on their stories and backgrounds.

“This season’s ranches will include everything from a sixth-generation operation to one owned by a black rancher breaking down barriers and making a name for themselves in what has been a historically male-dominated industry,” Chou said. “We’re so excited to showcase this level of diversity on BBQQuest while allowing viewers to get a closer look at the beef production practices and hard work that Texas farmers and ranchers put into their operations every day.”

To date, BBQuest has been viewed by fans over 2.9 million times. BBQuest received an Excellence Award from the Communicator Awards, a Gold Hermes Creative Award, and recognition as a SABER Award finalist. Learn more on BBQuest and watch seasons 1 and 2 on BeefLovingTexans.com. For more information about Beef Loving Texans and the Texas Beef Council, visit TexasBeefCheckoff.com.

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