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July 2, 2013 Food safety methods also featured at gathering Writer: Blair Fannin, 979-845-2259, email@example.com COLLEGE STATION – They came from all walks of life: school teachers, information technology specialists, engineers and pitmasters. They all convened at Texas A&M University in College Station recently to learn how to cook better barbecue at the Barbecue Summer Camp. There was no textbook, but lots of visual demonstrations and, of course, heavy tasting. The camp is a partnership between Foodways Texas and the meat science section in the department of animal… Read More →
2014 Barbecue Summer Camp June 6-8, 2014 College Station, Texas We will gather together deep in the heart of Texas for this meat and smoke-filled (wood smoke, that is) weekend, where we will roll up our sleeves and learn about unique barbecue traditions, methods, and styles. Featuring award-winning professors from Texas A&M’s Meat Science Section, well-known pit masters, and regional barbecue authorities, the seminar will provide attendees with cooking and butchery demonstrations that will focus on the different types of meat, smoke, and spices used throughout the state… Read More →
Creative Sausage Making, to be held on at the Rosenthal Meat Center on the campus of Texas A&M University on October 11th-12th, 2013, was developed by the processed meats experts at Texas A&M AgriLife after numerous requests for a basic sausage course that would allow a “first timer” to be successful, or a “seasoned” veteran to pick up some new tips. The hands-on workshop will engage participants in important aspects of sausage making from meat selection, ingredients, casings, stuffing, equipment, processing and final finished product. Participants will manufacture their own sausages (smoked and fresh sausage) and have an opportunity to take… Read More →
We are happy to announce that the next Camp Brisket is scheduled for January 10-11, 2014 in College Station. This is a joint activity between the Meat Science Section of the Department of Animal Science at Texas A&M University and Foodways Texas. This two-day event specializes in the brisket, the cut best known as part of Texas Barbecue, and the cut that may be the hardest to consistently prepare correctly. For registration details, go to Camp Brisket registration at Foodways Texas.