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Southern Home Boy
03-31-2011, 05:45 PM
I have a question fer all you KCBS CBJs out there:

The rules state that tha stuffing is not allowed in the turn-in containers. Does that mean that meat portions may not be stuffed or does it simply mean that stuffing as a separate food item may not be turned in apart from the meat portion?

Would a stuffed chicken breast get you DQ'd?

Ford
03-31-2011, 05:46 PM
yes it's a DQ.

ModelMaker
03-31-2011, 07:27 PM
15) The container shall not be marked in any way so as to
make the container unique or identifiable. Aluminum foil,
toothpicks, skewers, foreign material, and/or stuffing are
prohibited in the container. Marked entries or containers
with the above listed material will receive a one (1) in all
criteria from all Judges.

As I read the rule it appears to be mentioned in the context of forein objects meaning "stuffing" (bread moistened with stock and spices, or other types). Stuff as much meat as you want in the box.
Ed

watertowerbbq
03-31-2011, 08:19 PM
15) The container shall not be marked in any way so as to

make the container unique or identifiable. Aluminum foil,
toothpicks, skewers, foreign material, and/or stuffing are

prohibited in the container
. Marked entries or containers
with the above listed material will receive a one (1) in all
criteria from all Judges.

As I read the rule it appears to be mentioned in the context of forein objects meaning "stuffing" (bread moistened with stock and spices, or other types). Stuff as much meat as you want in the box.
Ed

Ed always reads the fine print. :becky:

Southern Home Boy
04-01-2011, 10:21 AM
15) The container shall not be marked in any way so as to

make the container unique or identifiable. Aluminum foil,
toothpicks, skewers, foreign material, and/or stuffing are

prohibited in the container
. Marked entries or containers
with the above listed material will receive a one (1) in all
criteria from all Judges.

As I read the rule it appears to be mentioned in the context of forein objects meaning "stuffing" (bread moistened with stock and spices, or other types). Stuff as much meat as you want in the box.
Ed


So, as a CBJ, you would not DQ a stuffed chicken breast?

carlyle
04-01-2011, 10:51 AM
I have never seen a stuffed chicken breast at any competition I have participated in.

If one was presented to me, I would ask the table captain to get a ruling from one of the reps about it being legal.

I would go by their decision.

I do not have the whole rule book in my head. But it seems to me that it is unlikely that it would be allowed. If is was legal, I think we would be seeing more of it.

I would get a ruling from KCBS before using stuffing in a contest. IMO

ModelMaker
04-01-2011, 11:02 AM
So, as a CBJ, you would not DQ a stuffed chicken breast?
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Please reread my answer.
Stuffing is a foreign object, resulting in a DQ.
Change the word "stuff" as much meat....... to "place" as much meat....
Hope this clarifys my position.
Ed

Slamdunkpro
04-01-2011, 12:30 PM
So, as a CBJ, you would not DQ a stuffed chicken breast?
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No, I wouldn't.
































CBJ's don't DQ anything - the Reps do.:becky:
Hey, it's April first!

Shotgun
04-01-2011, 02:17 PM
Please reread my answer.
Stuffing is a foreign object, resulting in a DQ.
Change the word "stuff" as much meat....... to "place" as much meat....
Hope this clarifys my position.
Ed

So that means I can stuff and chicken with a cornish hen. Mo meat!

daedalus
04-01-2011, 02:20 PM
I have a question fer all you KCBS CBJs out there:

The rules state that tha stuffing is not allowed in the turn-in containers. Does that mean that meat portions may not be stuffed or does it simply mean that stuffing as a separate food item may not be turned in apart from the meat portion?

Would a stuffed chicken breast get you DQ'd?
Yes, it would get you DQ'd. The rules say "Aluminum foil, toothpicks, skewers, foreign material, and/or stuffing are prohibited in the container."
If the stuffing is in the meat, and the meat is in the container, then the stuffing is also in the container, and therefore prohibited. I don't see any gray area on this one.

daedalus
04-01-2011, 02:23 PM
So that means I can stuff and chicken with a cornish hen. Mo meat!
Actually, yes I suppose you could. I am not sure why you would want too, but it would not be a DQ if you did. If you decide to do so, please post pics of the turn-in. That would be interesting!

carlyle
04-01-2011, 03:51 PM
I agree about wanting to see pictures.

Let's see, chickcorn ? gammy chicken? or chickenhen?

Gotta name it, right?

Yeah, pretty lame. But it is Friday and April 1.

Pretty tough to match daedalus above me with "carpe lardum" That's swine!

ModelMaker
04-01-2011, 06:46 PM
So that means I can stuff and chicken with a cornish hen. Mo meat!


Yes sir, you may stuff it...
Ed