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MrSmoker
12-05-2004, 08:58 AM
They had a Fund raiser for their Catholic High School,there was 28 teams they cooked thirty racks of ribs each.Our DaveW(Meatier Creator) tied for third place cooking on a Bandera Congratulations Dave :lol:

BrooklynQ
12-05-2004, 10:11 AM
Great job Dave!

The_Kapn
12-05-2004, 10:39 AM
They had a Fund raiser for their Catholic High School,there was 28 teams they cooked thirty racks of ribs each.Our DaveW(Meatier Creator) tied for third place cooking on a Bandera Congratulations Dave :lol:
Thirty Racks in a Bandera :shock:
Almost a full load :D

What a great idea for a charity cook.
Great job on the cooking guys.

TIM

MrSmoker
12-05-2004, 12:09 PM
First place paid &1000.00 and was won by Tres Hombre another team from the AZBBQA.Also Oink County Cookers won for Anything Butt, both of these teams went to the Jack Daniels.

Dave_W
12-06-2004, 04:52 PM
Thanks everyone!! It was a tight fit with 30 racks of untrimmed spare ribs stuffed into the Bandera and no one would believe it until they actually saw it the day of the contest. We had a great time and maybe next year we'll try for 40 racks at once. :shock:

willkat98
12-07-2004, 08:30 AM
Dave,
How many cooking racks was that, and how many rib racks were needed for 30 slabs?

I wanna try!!!

I got 9 or 10 grill grates for my Dera.

Dave_W
12-08-2004, 09:21 AM
We had them stacked in there like cards standing on end with a total of 4 grates and we did not use any rib racks. We had to rotate the slabs often to expose all the side to the heat but it worked well.

MrSmoker
12-08-2004, 09:44 AM
We had them stacked in there like cards standing on end with a total of 4 grates and we did not use any rib racks. We had to rotate the slabs often to expose all the side to the heat but it worked well.Thats amazing, i understand you didn't get the ribs until 7AM and had start severing at 11 AM.( This was Peoples Choice judging) So much for 3-2-1. :roll: