Aaron Franklin, Tootsie Tomanetz, Barbecue Bible Author Among Pit Icons At Texas A&M’s Camp Brisket

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Nothing beats good brisket and Texas barbecue, but smoking brisket on a barbecue pit can be a daunting task for the novice.

“I love barbecuing in general, but the brisket is a very intimidating cut of beef,” said David Nelson of Austin, who attended Camp Brisket recently at Texas A&M University in College Station.

The program attracted more than 60 attendees who entered a lottery system and won a ticket to the two-day event that organizers say teaches everything you would want to know and more about how to cook good barbecue brisket.

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