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Jacked UP BBQ
02-05-2010, 08:48 AM
After last night episode when he took the cayenne and burned them up was the best part of the entire season. He is officially me new hero!

MattG
02-05-2010, 08:59 AM
Them ribs also smelled like his ex-wife. LOL

The Giggler
02-05-2010, 09:00 AM
That was funny. "I'll burn 'em up!" I'm just glad that in KCBS, we don't have listen or watch judges score our entries.

MoGreen
02-05-2010, 09:12 AM
That makes me want one of his beautiful pits even more!

monty3777
02-05-2010, 09:51 AM
I agree!!

smoke it if ya got it
02-05-2010, 09:54 AM
I agree he's a man on a mission to burn the taste buds out of them judges mouths.

Ford
02-05-2010, 10:32 AM
I remember judging many years ago and we got a Texas Hot Link that was pretty spicy. I loved it but some folks at the table but couldn't handle the heat.

Alexa RnQ
02-05-2010, 10:39 AM
I was pretty much crushing on Jamie before this episode http://www.divaherself.com/funny/hearteyes.gif, so I'll give him a pass for that bit of fun.

Honestly, I would KILL to be a fly on the wall hearing comments on my turn-ins! No more guessing at the thought process that the judge reduced to a numerical score -- just raw information right from the source. I might be bleeping like Myron, but you know damn well I'd be using that feedback.

yelonutz
02-05-2010, 10:56 AM
I was pretty much crushing on Jamie before this episode http://www.divaherself.com/funny/hearteyes.gif, so I'll give him a pass for that bit of fun.

Honestly, I would KILL to be a fly on the wall hearing comments on my turn-ins! No more guessing at the thought process that the judge reduced to a numerical score -- just raw information right from the source. I might be bleeping like Myron, but you know damn well I'd be using that feedback.

Its a bit of a drive but you can come to Ric's backyard event or to Hangtown or Patterson and get lots of personal feedback. We do it every year.
(Sorry folks, these are events put on by the CBBQA)
NUTZ

chambersuac
02-05-2010, 10:59 AM
That was a hoot.

Alexa RnQ
02-05-2010, 11:00 AM
Nutz, I can never come that far north, because if I ever come home again I will stay there till I die. I miss Saratoga that much. I know I'm missing a good time at Ric's!

ialsohaveadream
02-05-2010, 11:04 AM
very funny I'll burn em up

yelonutz
02-05-2010, 11:12 AM
Nutz, I can never come that far north, because if I ever come home again I will stay there till I die. I miss Saratoga that much. I know I'm missing a good time at Ric's!

I agree but Patterson is south of Stockton. NOBODY wants to live there!:twisted:

NUTZ

ModelMaker
02-05-2010, 02:43 PM
Glad you all thought that was soooo funny. I ran into that at an event and that sample was the first rib of six to be judged. So he/her pretty much faked everybody else that presented their ribs to be judged fairly. Our taste buds were fried and it was impossible to give the others there fair chance.
Real funny,
ModelMaker

Jacked UP BBQ
02-05-2010, 02:49 PM
Glad you all thought that was soooo funny. I ran into that at an event and that sample was the first rib of six to be judged. So he/her pretty much faked everybody else that presented their ribs to be judged fairly. Our taste buds were fried and it was impossible to give the others there fair chance.
Real funny,
ModelMaker

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BBQ_Mayor
02-05-2010, 03:01 PM
Glad you all thought that was soooo funny. I ran into that at an event and that sample was the first rib of six to be judged. So he/her pretty much faked everybody else that presented their ribs to be judged fairly. Our taste buds were fried and it was impossible to give the others there fair chance.
Real funny,
ModelMaker

Good point ModelMaker
For the show, I think it was great to do something like that but for a regular contest I would never intentionally destroy the taste buds of the judges.

chambersuac
02-05-2010, 03:05 PM
Glad you all thought that was soooo funny. I ran into that at an event and that sample was the first rib of six to be judged. So he/her pretty much faked everybody else that presented their ribs to be judged fairly. Our taste buds were fried and it was impossible to give the others there fair chance.
Real funny,
ModelMaker

First, let me say that I am sorry that happened to you and the other judges. Secondly, since this was not a "real" contest and, since it was for T.V. I still think it is funny. Maybe I'm just sick that way. But, I truly am sorry that was done to you.

Jacked UP BBQ
02-05-2010, 03:13 PM
It was funny and that is all there is too it. It was meant to be funny and it was. There are people like my brother who could handle the heat and laugh at it. Some people like their food like that. That's why they have crackers and water.

ModelMaker
02-05-2010, 04:32 PM
I agree, for the staged event between the seven groups it was a no harm no foul.
But to do that at a KCBS contest is just childish. I can sit down and eat japs all day but do you want me to judge your meat during that?
ModelMaker

ThomEmery
02-05-2010, 04:36 PM
Probably cost Johnny the win
But I did laugh

Jeff_in_KC
02-05-2010, 04:55 PM
I was thinking about doing something like that once after getting "judge farked" at a contest. Thought if I screwed up an entry and knew it, I'd put some habanero powder on the entry and add some habanero BBQ sauce. Never had the guts to try it though.

ique
02-05-2010, 05:31 PM
I agree, for the staged event between the seven groups it was a no harm no foul.
But to do that at a KCBS contest is just childish. I can sit down and eat japs all day but do you want me to judge your meat during that?
ModelMaker

How do you know it was a joke? The cook might have made a mistake or really liked spicy ribs?

ModelMaker
02-05-2010, 06:03 PM
How do you know it was a joke? The cook might have made a mistake or really liked spicy ribs?


I don't think anyone could have accidently poured that much cayane on his ribs. There wasn't a judge at the table that thought it was anything but intentional.
ModelMaker

swamprb
02-05-2010, 07:53 PM
JD and I turned in homemade Andouille for a Sausage turn in a couple years ago. It was very good, but way too much heat especially on a 90* day in May! Comments from the judges were we screwed them and the cooks turn ins after ours! We came in DAL on that one. I like to judge at least once a year, just to keep in touch around here, I won't even mess with Chipotle or anything too hot for the sweet tooth judges!

chopshop
02-06-2010, 09:20 AM
It was funny and that is all there is too it. It was meant to be funny and it was. There are people like my brother who could handle the heat and laugh at it. Some people like their food like that. That's why they have crackers and water.

your right about that! sometimes funny shouldnt require any thought. he was just trying to have some fun. sometimes it has to be at the expense of tight ---. im sure the money and the win was the least of his worries in that episode. no point of explaining this to some people, they took the fun out of their BBQ a long time ago.