Originally Posted by BB-Kuhn
Practice making garnished boxes. You don't want your turn in to be the first time you try it.
It's an ICBA competition, so no garnish.
A few things, Snook...
1. Be familiar with the rules, especially those that talk about how the ribs are to be turned in.
2. Have you practiced getting ribs done at a specific time? Cooking in the back yard where being late because the ribs aren't done just means a few nasty looks. Being late at a competition mean a DQ and angry looks from your team mates.
3. What you like has nothing to do with what the judges will like
What do you know about what scores well in an ICBA competition? Hopefully some Brothers who have experience in ICBA can help with that.
4. Have fun and learn from your team mates and those around you.
BTW, I moved this to the Competition section.
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