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BBQ Memories with Myron Mixon

matthewstultz

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Anyone on here ever go to Myron's for the small-group  BBQ Memories class?  I'm signed up for January and getting really excited.  Normally I wouldn't drop the coin on something that expensive but I was awarded a Sabbatical with a large budget and my theme for renewal was the "table" so anything food or drink fit the theme.  

Just wondering if anyone had the experience and what they wish they would have done ahead of time or brought with them.  If you hated it and wish you had not gone, please keep that to yourself.  haha
 

unclebubbas bbq

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I'm a KCBS judge and have met several other judges that have gone down and taken his class. Everyone raved about it and enjoyed their experience. If I were you just show up with an open mind and enjoy yourself. I met Myron at the Mohegan Sun BBQ contest and what a gentleman he is. Have Fun!!! 
 

SmokinAl

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Wow sounds like your in for a real treat!

Al
 

bbqbrett

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Have not had the chance but will say I bet you have a great time. Got to admit if I had the $$$ to drop I would consider it.
 

matthewstultz

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The class was amazing.  Although it was much colder than I thought it would be in southern GA, the experience was worth it.  I have to admit I am really trying to figure out a way to put in a pit that will still comply with HOA in my neighborhood!  The food cooked that way just has something different to it.  Smoke is replaced with a flavor that is much more pleasing with the coal heat.  Myron was a great guy and really made himself available for questions.  The one thing I will pass on is a new toy I bought.  The solo pressure sprayer.  This thing makes treating the meat with vinegar or having a spritz easy peasy.  amazon" style="max-width:120px">
 

unclebubbas bbq

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I'm glad you had a good experience. Talk to the association and see what you can get for a pit. I know what you mean about charcoal and wood, I smoked on a gasser for years and thought it didn't get any better, I was wrong. I like the sprayer as well, thanks for sharing
 

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