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Hershey BBQ Guy
07-26-2009, 05:31 PM
Grand Champion: Lo'-n-Slo' BBQ
Reserve Champion: Flying Porkers

Overall:
1 Lo'-n-Slo' BBQ
2 Flying Porkers
3 Black Tie BBQ
4 T'N'T Dynamite BBQ
5 Fat Angel BBQ
6 Motley Que Crew East
7 Ribs Within
8 Jumping Dog BBQ
9 White Dog BBQ
10 Porkmeister BBQ
11 Texas Smoke BBQ, LLC
12 Fire Ants BBQ
13 North Meets South BBQ
14 Smokey T's Pit Crew
15 Carolina Beau & Yankee
16 Open Bar BQ
17 Garden State Porkway
18 Smokopoli's BBQ
19 Smoke in Da Eye
20 Red Lion Spicy Foods
21 The Art of Boar
22 Burnt Side Down
23 Smoke on the Water NJ
24 Bad Dog BBQ
25 The Nectar BBQ Company
26 Tickled Pig BBQ
27 The Flintstones
28 Kung Fu BBQ Crew
29 Our Couch
30 Hog Wild BBQ Co.
31 Smokin Boars
32 Can U Beat My Meat
33 BB Smoke



Chicken:
1 Porkmeister BBQ
2 Motley Que Crew East
3 T'N'T Dynamite BBQ
4 Open Bar BQ
5 Lo'-n-Slo' BBQ
6 Jumping Dog BBQ
7 Black Tie BBQ
8 Burnt Side Down
9 Smokopoli's BBQ
10 North Meets South BBQ
11 Bad Dog BBQ
12 Smoke on the Water NJ
13 Flying Porkers
14 Fat Angel BBQ
15 Carolina Beau & Yankee
16 Garden State Porkway
17 Ribs Within
18 Hog Wild BBQ Co.
19 White Dog BBQ
20 The Art of Boar
21 Kung Fu BBQ Crew
22 Red Lion Spicy Foods
23 Tickled Pig BBQ
24 Smokin Boars
25 Fire Ants BBQ
26 The Flintstones
27 Smoke in Da Eye
28 Can U Beat My Meat
29 Smokey T's Pit Crew
30 The Nectar BBQ Company
31 Our Couch
32 Texas Smoke BBQ, LLC
33 BB Smoke


Ribs:
1 Black Tie BBQ
2 Texas Smoke BBQ, LLC
3 T'N'T Dynamite BBQ
4 Ribs Within
5 Carolina Beau & Yankee
6 Fire Ants BBQ
7 Jumping Dog BBQ
8 Burnt Side Down
9 Smokey T's Pit Crew
10 Lo'-n-Slo' BBQ
11 Motley Que Crew East
12 Open Bar BQ
13 Smoke in Da Eye
14 BB Smoke
15 Porkmeister BBQ
16 Flying Porkers
17 Hog Wild BBQ Co.
18 Smokopoli's BBQ
19 Fat Angel BBQ
20 The Nectar BBQ Company
21 White Dog BBQ
22 Garden State Porkway
23 The Art of Boar
24 Bad Dog BBQ
25 Can U Beat My Meat
26 Red Lion Spicy Foods
27 Tickled Pig BBQ
28 Smoke on the Water NJ
29 North Meets South BBQ
30 Kung Fu BBQ Crew
31 Our Couch
32 Smokin Boars
33 The Flintstones



Pork:
1 Flying Porkers
2 North Meets South BBQ
3 T'N'T Dynamite BBQ
4 Jumping Dog BBQ
5 Ribs Within
6 Smokey T's Pit Crew
7 Fat Angel BBQ
8 Lo'-n-Slo' BBQ
9 Black Tie BBQ
10 Smoke on the Water NJ
11 Texas Smoke BBQ, LLC
12 The Flintstones
13 Fire Ants BBQ
14 The Art of Boar
15 Garden State Porkway
16 Motley Que Crew East
17 Red Lion Spicy Foods
18 Tickled Pig BBQ
19 Can U Beat My Meat
20 Smokin Boars
21 The Nectar BBQ Company
22 Bad Dog BBQ
23 White Dog BBQ
24 Our Couch
25 Open Bar BQ
26 Hog Wild BBQ Co.
27 Porkmeister BBQ
28 Carolina Beau & Yankee
29 Smoke in Da Eye
30 Smokopoli's BBQ
31 BB Smoke
32 Kung Fu BBQ Crew
33 Burnt Side Down


Brisket:
1 White Dog BBQ
2 Fat Angel BBQ
3 Lo'-n-Slo' BBQ
4 Texas Smoke BBQ, LLC
5 Motley Que Crew East
6 Flying Porkers
7 Smoke in Da Eye
8 Smokopoli's BBQ
9 Ribs Within
10 Burnt Side Down
11 Black Tie BBQ
12 Fire Ants BBQ
13 Smokey T's Pit Crew
14 Porkmeister BBQ
15 Red Lion Spicy Foods
16 Garden State Porkway
17 Carolina Beau & Yankee
18 T'N'T Dynamite BBQ
19 Kung Fu BBQ Crew
20 Jumping Dog BBQ
21 The Art of Boar
22 The Nectar BBQ Company
23 Open Bar BQ
24 Bad Dog BBQ
25 Our Couch
26 North Meets South BBQ
27 The Flintstones
28 Smoke on the Water NJ
29 Tickled Pig BBQ
30 BB Smoke
31 Smokin Boars
32 Hog Wild BBQ Co.
33 Can U Beat My Meat

Pig Headed
07-26-2009, 06:27 PM
Congrats to Tom & Michele and all who walked.

Big George's BBQ
07-26-2009, 06:57 PM
Great job Tom and Michelle. Congrats to all that walked

Jacked UP BBQ
07-26-2009, 09:25 PM
Tom and Michelle are on fire. It's got to be that new toy hauler!!! Please stay away from all comps we will be at!:lol:

watg?
07-27-2009, 07:09 AM
Congrats to L&S and all who walked

goodsmokebbq
07-27-2009, 07:12 AM
Great job, congrats to Lo'-n-slo'!

Chipper
07-27-2009, 07:22 AM
here are our scores and pics of the boxes. It's our second contest, so we needless to say, still have a lot to learn.

Chicken-
878 868 776 878 877 889
Ribs-
765 878 745 877 777 767
Pork-
866 988 888 766 866 987
Brisket-
766 776 665 788 867 887

Mrs. Mafia
07-27-2009, 01:23 PM
Congrats to all!

SmokeInDaEye
07-27-2009, 01:31 PM
Chip, those boxes are looking mighty fine, especially considering its only your second contest! And you remembered to remove the toothpicks! I'd lose the extra rib on the right though.

Had a touch time with scores this weekend, especially pork shoulder which came out great but a couple judges hated. There's always another contest, though!

Chipper
07-27-2009, 06:54 PM
Chip, those boxes are looking mighty fine, especially considering its only your second contest! And you remembered to remove the toothpicks! I'd lose the extra rib on the right though.

Had a touch time with scores this weekend, especially pork shoulder which came out great but a couple judges hated. There's always another contest, though!

Thanks Clint. No more toothpicks for us. We dusted ourselves off, and are ready to mix it up in New Holland.
I was hoping to get a few more critiques.

Also, if anyone wants another option for a restaurant while at New Holland, the Hilltop in Ephrata (15 minutes west of Rte 322) is a fine choice.

Sledneck
07-27-2009, 08:32 PM
Thanks Clint. No more toothpicks for us. We dusted ourselves off, and are ready to mix it up in New Holland.
I was hoping to get a few more critiques.

Also, if anyone wants another option for a restaurant while at New Holland, the Hilltop in Ephrata (15 minutes west of Rte 322) is a fine choice.
I would like to see more bark in that pork box, meat looks plain, The brisket look a bit dry . Chix looks good . I would turn the ribs the other way, but thats just me

MilitantSquatter
07-27-2009, 08:51 PM
Scratch that rubber brush for the ribs too... very noticeable.

more moisture, shine on all of them..

Chipper
07-28-2009, 06:08 AM
Dang! You knew I used a rubber brush?

Cue's Your Daddy
07-28-2009, 06:25 AM
I would turn the ribs the other way, but thats just me[/quote]
Funny sled said that. I was thinking the same thing and was going to ask if it is something that people look for.

And your boxes. Very impressive for 2nd contest.

SmokeInDaEye
07-28-2009, 09:37 AM
Chip, I'll definitely look into that restaurant. I know we were all hoping to find an all-you-can-eat joint that's open past six so we can shower then eat Saturday night.

Here's what 29th out of 33rd place pork looks like (though I touched up the few sauce spots and evened out the garnish before turn-in). May go a bit smaller, a few less and a touch less bark on the chunks but really no different than what I normally do well with. Luck of the draw, I guess.

http://i393.photobucket.com/albums/pp15/SmokeInDaEye/1-2.jpg

Cue's Your Daddy
07-28-2009, 09:40 AM
SIDE, What were your scores if I can ask. Doesnt seem right.

SmokeInDaEye
07-28-2009, 09:48 AM
SIDE, What were your scores if I can ask. Doesnt seem right.

I'll have to get them and post them tonight. Don't think I haven't been top 10 in pork in a few years and this was super tender. The only change was putting the butts back on (WHOLE/UNPARTED) with a dusting of rub for 10 mins or so to reset the bark. I'll drop that step and see what happens in New Holland.

Jacked UP BBQ
07-28-2009, 11:16 AM
Side - your pork looks awesome. Not knowing taste, my pork box looks exactly like yours for Washington DC we took third, I did the same exact to the tenderness and taste in wildwood and took 52nd out of 62 teams. Pork is a crazy category. I have done away with the slices, they seem to hurt me more then help me.

SmokeInDaEye
07-28-2009, 12:20 PM
Side - your pork looks awesome. Not knowing taste, my pork box looks exactly like yours for Washington DC we took third, I did the same exact to the tenderness and taste in wildwood and took 52nd out of 62 teams. Pork is a crazy category. I have done away with the slices, they seem to hurt me more then help me.

Yeah, I chalk it up to an off day with the judges. It happened with brisket in Green Lane and the same brisket method was back in the top 10 this past weekend. It's all just a tune up for The Battle of the BBQ Brethren anyway...

Chipper
07-28-2009, 02:41 PM
Chip, I'll definitely look into that restaurant. I know we were all hoping to find an all-you-can-eat joint that's open past six so we can shower then eat Saturday night.

Here's what 29th out of 33rd place pork looks like (though I touched up the few sauce spots and evened out the garnish before turn-in). May go a bit smaller, a few less and a touch less bark on the chunks but really no different than what I normally do well with. Luck of the draw, I guess.

http://i393.photobucket.com/albums/pp15/SmokeInDaEye/1-2.jpg


That box looks great to me.

There is an AYCE place not far going east on 322 called Shady Maple, about 15 minutes from New Holland. Is is HUGE. It's the typical Dutchie type food, and there is no booze. It is worth the experience and if you have kids, there is definitely something they would enjoy.
http://www.shady-maple.com/smorgasbord

SmokeInDaEye
07-28-2009, 10:51 PM
767 765 776 667 777 887. Thems the breaks. Still an amazing two shoulders and I'll be changing nothing before the next one.

BBQ_MAFIA
07-29-2009, 12:35 PM
I can tell you first hand that the pork tasted great.

Thanks again Clint for allowing Vincenzo and I to hang out with you.



Side - your pork looks awesome. Not knowing taste, my pork box looks exactly like yours for Washington DC we took third, I did the same exact to the tenderness and taste in wildwood and took 52nd out of 62 teams. Pork is a crazy category. I have done away with the slices, they seem to hurt me more then help me.

SmokeInDaEye
07-29-2009, 04:45 PM
I can tell you first hand that the pork tasted great.

Thanks again Clint for allowing Vincenzo and I to hang out with you.

Always good to see you two! Next time you should judge my pork shoulder.:biggrin: