Tag Archives: Jazmin Guerra

Aggies participate in seventh Houston BBQ Festival

A group of Aggies involved in the Texas Barbecue program at Texas A&M University participated in the 7th Houston BBQ Festival, which was held in the Humble Civic Center Arena in Humble, Texas on Sunday, April 14, 2019. Those in attendance from Texas A&M University were faculty Davey Griffin, Ray Riley, and Jeff Savell, and students Anahi Arredondo, Bailey Carwile, Jazmin Guerra, Eric Hamilton, Natalie Hoelscher, Brogan Horton, Devon King, Kenzie Lackey, Steven Mancillas, and Menzi Spiller. We enjoy going to the festival each year to talk to folks… Read More →

Lipton Tea/Texas A&M BBQ Genius event in Pepsi Fan Zone

Faculty and students with the Texas Barbecue program at Texas A&M University participated in the Lipton Tea/Texas A&M BBQ Genius event held in the Pepsi Fan Zone on Saturday, October 6, 2018. Lipton Tea provided samples of their Lipton Peach Tea, and Rudy’s Barbecue provided sausage tacos. Games and give aways for kids of all ages were available for the folks who stopped by. The program was coordinated by the Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications, and Jess Pryles, noted author and Hardcore Carnivore, was on… Read More →

Aggies participate in The Woodlands BBQ Festival, October 7, 2018

The Texas Barbecue program at Texas A&M University was well represented at this year’s The Woodlands BBQ Festival, held on Sunday, October 7, 2018. Faculty members, Davey Griffin, Ray Riley, and Jeff Savell, graduate students, Eric Hamilton, Brogan Horton, Julia Rauschuber, and Chandler Steele, and undergraduate students, Bailey Allison, Wade Baty, Carsyn Burney, Bailey Carwile, Sarah Crum, Jazmin Guerra, Devon King, Kenzie Lackey, and Katie Price were there to talk to the pitmasters at the event, to answer questions from the participants about barbecue, and to eat great… Read More →

Texas Barbecue program showcased at College of Agriculture Development Council dinner

Faculty and students involved with the Texas A&M University Texas Barbecue program participated in the College of Agriculture Development Council‘s dinner held at The Gardens on Thursday, October 4, 2018. Demonstrations of the cuts of beef and pork used for barbecue were on display, and samples of the famous Texas Aggie Prime Rib prepared at the Rosenthal Meat Center was served to the participants. There were lots of questions asked about how to cook the best barbecue! Members of the Texas Barbecue program who helped were faculty, Davey… Read More →

ANSC 117 2018: Dirt Cake

Of the many great recipes that Jackie shares with the students in ANSC 117, Texas Barbecue, Dirt Cake has to be near the top from a popularity standpoint. Several of the students went to our house to make up batches of Dirt Cake, and three of them demonstrated how to make it in class. Devon King, Natalie Hoelscher, and Menzi Spiller made a batch of Dirt Cake to show how easy it is to make, and with sampling, how wonderful it is to eat. Dirt Cake recipe Jackie… Read More →

Students provide key leadership for ANSC 117, Texas Barbecue

Since the beginning of ANSC 117, Texas Barbecue in 2009, graduate and undergraduate students have provided outstanding leadership to help Ray Riley and me teach this class. We have enjoyed working with these students and watching them progress on their journeys through Texas A&M University. The Texas Barbecue teaching assistants help with the weekly set up of the kettles, smokers, and/or pits, with cooking/smoking/serving meat, and with clean-up and put-away of equipment and utensils. There is a lot of work that goes into preparing each week’s activity, and having… Read More →