Tag Archives: Texas Barbecue

A cut above the rest – The Battalion – Texas A&M

A cut above the rest Texas barbecue history preserved by courses By Sean Lester Published: Tuesday, July 2, 2013 Cross over the railroad tracks from Wellborn Road and onto Texas A&M’s west campus and you might be able to see a new tradition cooking. Get even closer and you’ll smell the savory aroma of Texas barbecue coming from the area near the Rosenthal Meat Science and Technology Center. It’s not Aggie gameday tailgates that are heating up but instead camps and courses being taught as a result of an… Read More →

Meat & Poultry | Carnivorous curriculum

Carnivorous curriculum 6/28/2013 – by Bryan Salvage Once viewed as a regional US phenomenon, barbecue products have evolved in recent decades into a nationwide staple both at retail and foodservice. The barbecue concept has become so popular it is the focus of a freshman course at Texas A&M Univ., College Station, Texas. To date, about 80 students have enrolled in: UGST 181 Texas Barbecue. Barbecue has a cult following, insists Jeffrey Savell, one of the course instructors and Regents Professor; E.M. “Manny” Rosenthal Chairholder, holder of the Cintron… Read More →