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In Reply to: America's most influential BBQ...... posted by Ray Basso on January 25, 2016 at 07:34:28:
I can see where this list comes from I definitely do not agree with the majority, of the people on the list.
Aaron Franklin may be a very successful restaurateur, and a somewhat known TV personality I highly question his position as The most influential person in BBQ.
John MarKus shouldn't even be on this list. He has taken advantage of the popularity of BBQ and the wonderful and colorful personalities in this area.
Myron Mixion, and Johnny Trigg are unquestionable
Obviously the person making this list is a massive fan of Louie Muller BBQ, nuff said about that.
As far as the rest while they may or may not be highly influential but are they more influential than let's say people like Gary and Carolyn Wells? I could name off several people who have been promoting BBQ and the family environment the people involved created, and likely have had much more influence than any or maybe even all on this list.
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