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Rush Hour at Luscher's; Cook Like Matt McCallister

Plus, Daniel Vaughn on Whole Foods barbecue.

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DEEP ELLUM—Luscher's Red Hots has a new happy hour, and much like owner Brian Luscher, this one is truly an original: "Rush Hour" goes down Monday through Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. with $4 Post Oak Red Hots, Depression Dogs and Kraut Dogs, $10 Goose Island draft beer pitchers, and $2.50 local canned brews, drafts, and wines by the glass, all accompanied by the sweet sounds of legendary rock band Rush. [EaterWire]

RECIPE WIRE—Subscribers of home cooking delivery service Blue Apron can now learn to cook like Matt McCallister. Ingredients for the FT33 chef's Southern-style chicken cacciatore will be landing on subscribers' door steps next week; everyone else can scope out the recipe here (there's even a video of McCallister himself cooking it up in the FT33 kitchen). [EaterWire]

UPTOWN—Barbecue scholar Daniel Vaughn checked out the barbecue offerings at the new Whole Foods Market on McKinney Avenue. The verdict? "Nothing says give up like presliced brisket on a steam table." Womp womp. [@bbqsnob]