Some really bad ribs inspired John Markus to become a decorated pitmaster and one of the most influential people in barbecue.
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It was some really bad ribs that inspired John Markus to become a decorated pitmaster and one of the most influential people in barbecue.
In Nov. 1984, just two months after a brand new TV show called The Cosby Show first debuted on NBC, John Markus, a writer on the series, visited his family in London, Ohio for Thanksgiving.
It was the first time that the military allowed an organization outside the military to cook for so many soldiers and marines.
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