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Welcome to BBQ University

Welcome to BBQ University

The secret to making great barbecue is simple—good airflow. Wait. Actually, the real secret—this is so obvious that people forget it—is a great piece of meat, because what goes in your smoker is what comes out.

So there's no one secret. There are a bunch, and sometimes they contradict one another. This is what I'm learning at the seventh annual Barbecue Summer Camp, a weekend immersion into the science of barbecue put on each June by Foodways Texas and the Meat Science Section of the Department of Animal Science at Texas A&M University in College Station.

As reported on the GARDEN & GUN website - LEARN MORE!

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