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NRA4Life 04-24-2010 07:02 PM

New CBJ
 
I just went through Mike Lake's CBJ class today in Nelsonville, OH...very informative and a good time. Highly recommended!

ShutYrMouth 04-25-2010 02:44 PM

I did the same thing in kettering today.
Great time, great learning experience.
Time to judge some q
greg

NRA4Life 04-25-2010 05:24 PM

That is great Greg, I know you had a good time in that training. And congratulations on becoming a judge. How many folks were in your class? We had around 42 in ours.

ShutYrMouth 04-25-2010 07:21 PM

we had 56 in our class.
congrats to you as well.
got any events lined up yet?
greg

Rookie'48 04-25-2010 09:58 PM

Congrats to both off you! Grab a copy of the Bullsheet or go to KCBS.us and find some comps in your areas. Figure out which ones you want to judge & CALL the contact person as soon as you can (a lot of comps fill up early). Once you've been accepted to judge write down the name & number of the organizer or Rep and then if you're going to be late or have to cancell be sure to give them a call as soon as possible, they'll appreciate it.
Good luck & have fun!

QansasjayhawQ 04-25-2010 10:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Rookie'48 (Post 1262734)
Congrats to both off you! Grab a copy of the Bullsheet or go to KCBS.us and find some comps in your areas. Figure out which ones you want to judge & CALL the contact person as soon as you can (a lot of comps fill up early). Once you've been accepted to judge write down the name & number of the organizer or Rep and then if you're going to be late or have to cancell be sure to give them a call as soon as possible, they'll appreciate it.
Good luck & have fun!

Isn't it time you added the word "Master" to your sig line? :clap2:

Judging takes a commitment of time and money - but the rewards of ensuring that the competitors have competent CBJs is well worth it.

Congratulations to you both and I hope you have as much fun as Dave and I have in your BBQ judging adventures.

Rookie'48 04-25-2010 11:25 PM

Isn't it time you added the word "Master" to your sig line? :clap2:

Shhhh! Don't jinx me, David! I sent the test in this week - wish me luck. And, yes we have had a lot off fun doing this, haven't we?

NRA4Life 04-26-2010 05:51 AM

Thanks for the tips and I'm looking forward to it!

JayAre 04-26-2010 04:24 PM

We did the one in Kettering as well. Once again, Jim Ferguson did an excellent job of organizing (with the help of many great volunteers!!!), and Mike Lake did a great job of teaching what judging is supposed to be! Definitely got a good feel of what the difference is between what us cooks think and what the judges that don't cook, think.

Overall A++

JayAre

LindaM 04-26-2010 05:14 PM

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Originally Posted by JayAre (Post 1263524)
We did the one in Kettering as well. Once again, Jim Ferguson did an excellent job of organizing (with the help of many great volunteers!!!), and Mike Lake did a great job of teaching what judging is supposed to be! Definitely got a good feel of what the difference is between what us cooks think and what the judges that don't cook, think.

Overall A++

JayAre

Just another reason we suggest that all cooks take the CBJ class. So many teams have improved their scores after taking the class.

Smoke'n Ice 04-26-2010 05:51 PM

"Walk a mile in my shoes" is an idiom that both cooks and judges should follow. We, as cooks, should attend a class and judge and we, as judges, should cook with/as a team. Makes all of us better.:wink:


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