How to get your hands on brisket kolaches made with Franklin Barbecue this weekend

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How to get your hands on brisket kolaches made with Franklin Barbecue this weekend

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People wait in line for 4 to 5 hours to taste the food from Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas. Johnny Livesay cuts brisket inside the restaurant.

This is not a heat-induced mirage. Your eyes are not playing tricks on you, Austin foodie. You can get your mitts on some tasty-looking brisket kolaches July 1, made with genuine Franklin Barbecue brisket.

Here’s the deal. As Austin360 food writer Addie Broyles reported, South Austin restaurant Lenoir will host a fundraiser bake sale Saturday, to benefit longtime Austin food writer Virginia B. Wood. Wood is in critical care battling chronic health issues, according to the Austin Chronicle. One available delicacy? That brisket kolache we mentioned, a collaboration between Easy Tiger’s head “doughpuncher” and Franklin Barbecue.

Lenoir Restaurant at 1807 South First St. Ralph Barrera/Austin American-Statesman

The bake sale is set for 1-4 p.m. Also on deck: tamales from the fine folks at Lenoir and baked goods from restaurants like Bonhomie, Emmer & Rye, Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop and more.

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