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Unread 09-20-2012, 11:26 PM   #103
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Ok, great post. I get nothing beats experience on the pit. So let me ask you this, what kind of briskets did you guys cook out there? Did everybody cook the same type of brisket?
The briskets were all creakstone farms premium. They looked like prime or high choice.

This was not a bbq contest. The only rule was the protein had to be cooked with a wood or charcoal fire. The chefs get to cook whatever they consider their "specialty" and the event covers the cost. I believe The winner is picked like a peoples choice.. where the public pays an admission fee and can sample from any or all of the 50 chefs and then votes.

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