- Katey Psencik American-Statesman Staff
It turns out not everything is bigger than Texas.
The YouTube channel Tiny Kitchen, a product of Tastemade, focuses on making really, really tiny versions of your favorite meals. For example, there’s a tiny Happy Meal, a tiny wedding cake and tiny deep-dish pizza. But there’s also a series called “Tiny Kitchen: On The Road” which focuses on recreating local cuisines from around the country -- and earlier this month, they tackled Austin’s favorite food: barbecue.
They smoked a tiny brisket, made some tiny beans in a tiny pot with tiny bacon and even made a teeny-tiny potato salad.
We can see the tiny line forming now.
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- East Austin bakery and tavern to serve up kolaches, Micklethwait barbecue-stuffed pastries