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Unread 12-05-2012, 11:39 PM   #31
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for us, its only sweet for judges.. home and eatin stuff is savory.... rosemary, thyme, oregano and garlic.. no sugar for us... and no sauces.... but for contests, candy on a stick.
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Funny thing is, if ask most judges, they don't care for sweet either.

i can believe that.., but I think sweet is the most familiar, and most neutral.

but to deviate to a hardcore savory(at a contest), or more traditional profile(like salt and pepper for instance) would come with a psychological risk from the cooks perspective.

that simply means i wouldnt have the balls to do it.
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