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Old 05-18-2019, 04:32 PM   #46
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I bought the class. I’ll update once I finish it.


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Old 05-18-2019, 04:57 PM   #47
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It starts off a little slow then the info starts to pile on. When you get done watching the brisket segment, you're going to feel like you're a BBQ God and will want to fire up the pit.
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Old 05-18-2019, 05:34 PM   #48
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AND the Master Class app is pretty sweet. Able to watch anywhere.
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Old 05-18-2019, 08:09 PM   #49
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AND the Master Class app is pretty sweet. Able to watch anywhere.

Sooo, you're saying I can watch this using my Roku or Amazon Fire Stick ?
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Old 05-18-2019, 08:26 PM   #50
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I bought it too. There’s an app so you can watch on most mobile devices.
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Old 05-19-2019, 11:51 AM   #51
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So I finished up to the brisket trim and I have to say the series up to this point is worthwhile. He does a really good job explaining the why of what he is doing and what he’s trying to accomplish. He comes across very unassuming and without any ego. You genuinely get he is giving you everything he knows and not trying to sell you something. I also like the fact this is not geared to the competition cook. No radical trims or injections or over the top seasonings. I’m happy I signed up for it.
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Sooo, you're saying I can watch this using my Roku or Amazon Fire Stick ?
Haven't checked the Roku or firestick, but it's an android and apple app...

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Old 05-20-2019, 08:19 PM   #53
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I'm actually pretty tempted here...anymore reviews? For those who have watched the whole series do you feel like the tips / tricks are going to enhance your briskets?
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Old 05-21-2019, 06:19 AM   #54
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I bought it as well. I made a pork butt exactly as he did last night... though I cooked mine similar to what he stated there is a technique he uses on almost all his cooks that makes a big difference in the end product in my opinion... also I have never put just straight S&P&P on a pork butt but dang was it tasty with some Carolina vinegar sauce and coke slaw! I will say for the money the class is worth it and you own it for life and can even download the whole class.
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I bought it as well. I made a pork butt exactly as he did last night... though I cooked mine similar to what he stated there is a technique he uses on almost all his cooks that makes a big difference in the end product in my opinion... also I have never put just straight S&P&P on a pork butt but dang was it tasty with some Carolina vinegar sauce and coke slaw! I will say for the money the class is worth it and you own it for life and can even download the whole class.
Does he cover anything about the finishing sauce that he uses for Pulled pork? Its great and I haven't been able to completely nail it down. I would gladly pay the $90 if it'll get my PP to the level of what he serves.
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For those debating on spending the money, here is a nice little write up on the videos from Texas Monthly. https://www.texasmonthly.com/bbq/aar...s-in-barbecue/
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Does he cover anything about the finishing sauce that he uses for Pulled pork? Its great and I haven't been able to completely nail it down. I would gladly pay the $90 if it'll get my PP to the level of what he serves.

No mention of any sauce on pulled pork. Just S&P. He sticks with his "I just use S&P on everything" story and a little Hungarian paprika on the pork butt.
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For those debating on spending the money, here is a nice little write up on the videos from Texas Monthly. https://www.texasmonthly.com/bbq/aar...s-in-barbecue/
Thanks for finding this. This is great insight into the MasterClass from someone who I feel has their finger on the pulse of what Franklin as done.
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He does make up a bbq sauce in the video and the recipe is given but it is for his ribs. I don’t know if it is the same as what is for the pulled pork. Will have to go back and watch.
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I'm actually pretty tempted here...anymore reviews? For those who have watched the whole series do you feel like the tips / tricks are going to enhance your briskets?
If your a fan of Aaron and his cooking, I think you’ll be more than happy with it. I took the most away from the brisket trimming and slicing section. It’s just good stuff. He talks a little bit about meat selection, which I think is also valuable. I think for most people, the easiest way to improve their brisket, is to find a consistent source of high quality beef.
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