Originally Posted by drbbq
Nice report Tim. I'm curious how you determined that the sliced point was a problem.
Good catch and question Ray.
The concept was not the problem at all. The results were just not a good quality entry. Can't remember exactly, but I think it was still pretty tough and down on flavor. Not scored low because of technique at all.
Anyway, nice try, just still did not produce a winning result
I kinda admired the apparent innovation if that is what they were doing.
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