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Old 08-15-2013, 03:59 PM   #16
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Love Myron or hate him, the guy knows how to cook. And for those folks that are expecting him to give up his exact recipes, that is NEVER going to happen and if you read the book closely, Myron doesn't try to hide the fact that the recipes in the book are in fact different than what he uses when he is in competition.
How about edible? There are numerous recipes that are not edible.

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Remember folks, competing is how Myron makes a good portion of his living and he is not going to print the keys to the kingdom for everyone to use. He is also not going to give up the real recipes at his cooking school even for the $750 bucks. They might be different than what is in the books but they won't be what he really uses.
You might want to look at his winnings for the last few years. If he can come out ahead with those winnings... he should try restaurants again for the fourth time.

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And finally, as one of the other people in this thread pointed out, you have to be careful with some of the recipes becasue there are a couple of printing mistakes that I ran into. The one glaring error is that his basic rub calls for 2 tablespoons of cayenne pepper when it should have clearly been 2 teaspoons.
How benevolent of you to call them typos. What you have is a series of flawed recipes that will result in failure if followed. (glad you found one of the "good" ones)
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Old 08-15-2013, 04:08 PM   #17
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How about edible? There are numerous recipes that are not edible.


You might want to look at his winnings for the last few years. If he can come out ahead with those winnings... he should try restaurants again for the fourth time.



How benevolent of you to call them typos. What you have is a series of flawed recipes that will result in failure if followed. (glad you found one of the "good" ones)
Where can I buy your cookbook?
I bet it is perfect and I want one.

Also, where can I review your winnings for the last few years? I am sure you are swimming in cash.

And your successful restaurant (maybe I missed it) is located where? I really want to eat there.

Just Curious.

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I believe a man can never have enough BBQ cookbooks. Everyone one I own has an interesting technique, marinade, spice, sides, etc. that I can use and maybe integrate into my BBQ for a different twist.
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Old 08-15-2013, 05:19 PM   #19
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Where can I buy your cookbook?
I bet it is perfect and I want one.
I have yet to do anything perfect and never claimed to (nice spin, I say edible and you say perfect). However, I have wrote numerous white papers and technical documents. I stand behind every one.
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Also, where can I review your winnings for the last few years? I am sure you are swimming in cash.
The statement this references was not an attack on Myron, it was an against the idea that the bad recipes are a way to keep him winning (illuminate the logical fallacy). No one expects his comp recipes, but they do deserve better than the poor ones on offer.
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And your successful restaurant (maybe I missed it) is located where? I really want to eat there.

Just Curious.

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This is the funny one. I sold it ten years ago at a handsome profit. Keep your hat on for the next one. Gathering resources as we speak and actually offered on a property, but do not expect this one to happen.

My statements were not ad hominem (except the cheap shot about the restaurants, on good days I am better than that, I do regret that) yours however are. BUT that's okay. Really.

Have you cooked any of the recipes or are you just a fan? The book really is the topic for me.
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Old 08-16-2013, 05:40 AM   #20
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I like Smokin'. I did his cupcake chicken and it came out great
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Old 08-16-2013, 09:47 AM   #21
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How about edible? There are numerous recipes that are not edible.


You might want to look at his winnings for the last few years. If he can come out ahead with those winnings... he should try restaurants again for the fourth time.



How benevolent of you to call them typos. What you have is a series of flawed recipes that will result in failure if followed. (glad you found one of the "good" ones)

WOW!!! Help me, help me, I just had both barrels of a shotgun unloaded on me because I chose to give my opinion about Myron's books which is what the orginal post was about.

I stand by my orignal post. I like the books and I find Myron entertaining and I don't imagine a good 'ole boy from south Georgia would blast anyone for trying to help someone out. Have a good day.
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Old 08-16-2013, 10:17 AM   #22
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The fried chicken recipe in Smokin is pretty dang good IMO. I don't cook out of books that often (but I sure do love to buy 'em and read 'em!) and when I do cook out of books, it's very rarely Myron's - but I'm glad I have it.
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I've used his whole hog technique twice now, using his injection, glaze, and rub and both times it's come out amazing. I just got Everday BBQ and a lot the recipes look pretty good, though I haven't tried any yet.
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