View Single Post
Old 08-01-2013, 09:57 PM   #5
Is lookin for wood to cook with.

Join Date: 05-20-13
Location: California

Originally Posted by landarc View Post
Two very different games, so to speak. And most folks who do both have different processes and requirements, from one person to another. At the minimum for catering, you really need a great cooker, one that is large enough to handle a lot of ribs and/or chicken. Everything else can be managed on a smaller cooker. Then you need to cook, a lot, to learn how to run it, and what to do when it all goes wrong. Because it will.

That is a pretty good list of things you need to compete, I don't think you need all of that, but, it will all help. If it was me, I would get on a BBQ team and cook with them for a few competitions, get a feel for it.
Thank for the advice. I'd love to join a team and get a feel for participating in a competition or three. I'll try and find some out here and some local events.
Barbecue amateur with a will and stomach to learn!

Brinkmann Smoke N' Grill Charcoal Smoker and Grill
Char-broil Propane Grill
aHughJassDude is offline   Reply With Quote