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Unread 12-03-2010, 08:15 PM   #16
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There is a BBQ hall of fame.

Guys I would add would be Rod Gray and Darren Warth
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Unread 12-03-2010, 08:21 PM   #17
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I would say Adam Perry Lang, Mike Mills, Steve Reichlen, etc...all the books i read and have been totally impressed with
PHUBAR absolutely amazes me - not just with BBQ tho, with everything
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I would put norcoredneck on my list. His tutorial on the UDS changed my way of smoking forever
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Unread 12-03-2010, 08:27 PM   #19
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still haven't gotten there yet... but maybe some of the Hill Country BBQ guys...

gotta be around 200-300 collective years of grinding it out every day

Roy Perez, Vencil Mares, Edgar Black, Rick Schmidt, Bobbie & Louie Mueller etc....
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also the late Butch Lupinetti and the Phelps family down here.then you have mike Davis,Byron Chism
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I guess,I just don't pay that much attention to alot of the names mentioned, mine would be the ones on here that gave me ideas that work for me.
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Quote:
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Whew! This is gonna be interesting...I imagine you're gonna get answers form all across the board...local, regional, national, and international BBQ Legends...but...what the hey...here are a few of mine. In no order of priority...

Ray Lampe...aka Dr. BBQ
Adam Perry Lang
Paul Kirk
Todd Johns
David Butcher
Chris Lilly
Bob Gibson
Mike Mills
David Klose
Jim Minion
Cheryl & Bill Jamison
Brian Moriarty
Steve Sanders
Johnny Trigg
Myron Mixon
Harry Soo
Chris Capell
Darien Kosmo

These are off the top of my head and based on how they have influenced me and the way I do BBQ...some are historic legends...some are local legends...some are cutting edge...some are making influences as I type...
Great list....add John Willingham, Bill Arnold, and in the NE...Chris Schlesinger and disciples in the Boston Mass area....eg Chris Hart, Andy Husbands etc...and Steve Farrin et al...they and most of your list along with Purple Turtles and other close friends have been an influence...along with authors of the 1000 plus cookbooks that I continue to collect...and read from cover to cover! And of course..Phil and Bandera 101...thanks for his help otherwise I probably would not have have gone into competition with a Bandera and got 2nd in chicken, 3rd in Brisket and 4th in beef ribs and 5th overall at Lime Rock CT in our second comp....and 6th in pork in our first comp at Hudson Valley Rib Fest and 17th overall...

Yours in BBQ,

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I have to put in order;
1st:Rob Rainford of the show License to grill, (I know it says grill, but his show inspired me)
2nd: John Markus, who kicked me up a notch with season 1 BBQ pitmasters
3rd: Phil Rizzardi, for without this forum, our collective skills would be nowhere near where they are!
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rick brown,and ben lang
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Quote:
Originally Posted by JD McGee View Post
Whew! This is gonna be interesting...I imagine you're gonna get answers form all across the board...local, regional, national, and international BBQ Legends...but...what the hey...here are a few of mine. In no order of priority...

Ray Lampe...aka Dr. BBQ
Adam Perry Lang
Paul Kirk
Todd Johns
David Butcher
Chris Lilly
Bob Gibson
Mike Mills
David Klose
Jim Minion
Cheryl & Bill Jamison
Brian Moriarty
Steve Sanders
Johnny Trigg
Myron Mixon
Harry Soo
Chris Capell
Darien Kosmo

These are off the top of my head and based on how they have influenced me and the way I do BBQ...some are historic legends...some are local legends...some are cutting edge...some are making influences as I type...
You forgot
JD Mcgee (JD knows his stuff)
Anthony and Christene James
Lynnae Oxley
And so many more,,,,
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I would say BBQ Bubba, but I taught him everything he knows so I guess me!!

Just kidding, most of the big names have been mentioned. From our neck of the woods, Billy Bones for sure.
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Shane Schutte. His briskets can only be described a legendary.
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I'm shocked no one mentioned Kevin Roberts, host of BBQ Pitmasters. He's so smokin sharp. OK I'm off to the woodpile.
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'Wally' Wallace, and all the old men who took the time to teach BBQ to someone who asked. Wally ran the BBQ joint where I first tasted good BBQ brisket and pulled pork. And when I asked him how he did it, he told me and showed me. None of that 'it's a secret' garbage. I will never be able to pay Myron or Johnny or even Todd for lessons, but, I learned of, learned what and learned how from a man who just taught cause I asked. Just like generations of folks have learned to cook BBQ.

And so I will pay it forward until I can't cook anymore.
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Hmmm Lets see.

Paul Kirk
Chris Lily
Johnny Trigg
Mike Davis
Myron Mixon
Henry Ford(Invented Charcoal Briquets)
George Stephen Sr.(Invented The Weber Kettle)
Maybe Alton Brown and Bobby Flay they do alot to help the popularity grow.

There are so many greats, but who can forget Popdaddy's Personal Pitmaster Donnie T!!!
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