Foodways Texas offered the first two day Brisket Camp at Texas A & M in January. The word on the street is these classes are very popular and sell out quickly. All true. If you’re lucky and sign up in the first couple days of registration you can get in. I think it’s limited to 50 people. It’s well worth the fee of $500.00.
Marvin Bendele, the Executive Director of Foodways Texas, coordinated the event. He is a razor sharp organizer who sticks to a time line arranging interesting speakers and demos in non-stop sessions. Except to eat, of course. Then it was all brisket – all meals brisket and more brisket. Some of the briskets were experiments; some were cooked by the staff at the university and some were catered by Southside Market and Barbecue and Fargo’s Pit BBQ, a Daniel Vaughn’s favorite. Continue reading