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    Your grill master rank

    I had a funny thought the other day after a 6 pack of beer and smoking some food:

    If grilling/smoking/meat-chicken-porkography had like a rank system... what would each of the levels be.

    Rank 1: Steak, good chicken wings, and babyback ribs.

    Rank 10: butter brisket, last meal ribs, homemade wreck it bbq sauce, angel chicken.

    Thoughts? THE ten DAN of Meat-foo



    #2
    1 has to be hot dogs. 10 is Wagyu prime rib. imho

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      #3
      Being a Pitmaster Club Member gives you a 10!

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        #4
        Maybe a three - I"ve a lot to learn, experiment with, and fail at first...

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          #5
          Originally posted by Jon Solberg View Post
          Being a Pitmaster Club Member gives you a 10!
          Just like Jon said X1

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            #6
            Originally posted by fracmeister View Post
            1 has to be hot dogs. 10 is Wagyu prime rib. imho
            MOTHER OF MEAT!

            Never knew that existed... hmm

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              #7
              Last Meal ribs is actually quite easy IMO, maybe give that a 2. A nice chicken perfectly done, 3. Making your own killer sauces or rubs, that others try and really like, 4. Wagyu brisket, 5. Making a mouth wateringly delicious Select grade brisket should be about a 9. Lastly, I think 10 is running a stickburner on a rainy windless day and still getting dinner ready on time and cooked perfectly.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Huskee View Post
                Lastly, I think 10 is running a stickburner on a rainy windless day and still getting dinner ready on time and cooked perfectly.
                Loaded that last one in your favor there, huh Huskee

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Huskee View Post
                  Lastly, I think 10 is running a stickburner on a rainy windless day and still getting dinner ready on time and cooked perfectly.
                  Windless or Windy?

                  -Alden

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