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Unread 03-27-2011, 02:13 PM   #8
ksace
On the road to being a farker

 
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I am also a graduate of Moo U's class of 2010 (spring). What a great class. The information and food was incredible but the star of the show is the drum. (I did not take any pictures but there were lots of cameras and I'm sure pictures will be along soon.)

Shane and his friend and fellow competitor Scott, whose team name I don't remember (sorry Scott), were full of great information. I doubt I ever do any competition but this class would be very valuable for someone wanting to get in the game. I learned a lot that will be put to use in my backyard for sure.

We learned brisket, butts, ribs (BB's and spares) and chicken. We built our own smoker and learned how to use them. I would have to give this class both thumbs up, and toss in some toes. I would also give it 6, out of 5, stars. What a great value.

(In case some of the less reputable members of Moo U's staff start spreading rumors, I was not elected Prom Queen.)

Thanks Professor Shane.
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