Dr. Aaron Franklin – Research Staff Member at IBM’s T. J. Watson Research Center. Hear the complete interview with Aaron Franklin as he discusses striving for barbecue perfection, managing the Franklin Barbecue line, and diagnosing his fans’ brisket problems. For example: people stand line for hours outside of Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas just to try a bite of his agonizingly-slow cooked to perfection brisket. At his legendary Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Aaron Franklin has mastered the “slow, agonizing cook” of brisket. We’re passionate about barbecue. Aaron Franklin: We like barbecue. Suddenly, Aaron Franklin emerged from somewhere behind the building. What are your favorite hardware tools that you use? And not because he could just as easily make his nationally acclaimed brisket at home. Interview: Aaron Franklin of Franklin Barbecue. A man who is more than well known in the world of barbecue. (So far the only person to skip the hours-long line is President Obama.) Interview with Rising Star Chef Aaron Franklin of Franklin Barbecue - Austin, TX. Aaron Franklin: I got a phone call at 5:37 Saturday morning. h5. Not cheffery. Aaron Franklin.But not because he cuts. February 2012. May 29, 2013 — By Daniel Vaughn. Aaron Franklin has had a very good month. It has its own idiosyncrasies, and the payoff is greater. Bon Appetit hosted a great interview with pitmaster Aaron Franklin. Interview with Dr. Aaron Franklin. By | Thursday, February 17, 2011 shares. Caroline Hatchett: What inspired you to pursue cooking professionally? In 2009, when Aaron Franklin and his wife, Stacy, opened up a barbecue trailer on the side of a highway in Austin, Texas, they had no idea it would … On the heels of his first book (Franklin Barbecue) and the announcement of a new PBS series (BBQ With Franklin), Franklin was awarded one of … Austin’s Franklin Barbecue is making a few changes in the coming months, according to an interview owner Aaron Franklin did with Eater National this week. The fellow who was working there, he called 911 at 5:27, then he called general manager Benji Jacob, and Benji called me. It’s not cooking on a line. I work with nanomaterials to fabricate nanoelectronic devices, such as field-effect transistors, for future technologies.