One Waxahachie storefront is your one-stop-shop for all your grilling needs. From apparel to classes Meat Church has it all but the real star of the show is their incredible rubs. Owner Matt Pittman explains how he accidentally created his booming business for a tv show and gives ESP's Taryn Jones a taste tour of his seasonings.
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Praising the love of BBQ at Meat ChurchOne Waxahachie storefront is your one-stop-shop for all your grilling needs. From apparel to classes Meat Church has it all but the real star of the show is their incredible rubs. Owner Matt Pittman explains how he accidentally created his booming business for a tv show and gives ESP's Taryn Jones a taste tour of his seasonings.
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