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Unread 12-09-2009, 06:27 PM   #31
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Three separate events this year...

A. 1/2 chicken - one piece,
B. brisket must have been cooked to medium rare
(tough as leather and did not pull apart at all)
C. 1/2 rack rib - one piece
If that chicken was in Shrewsbury, I know the guy who hadn't a clue.
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Unread 12-10-2009, 08:35 AM   #32
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Yeah didn't mean to hijack the thread at all. I'm sorry if you felt the good natured air about the conversation changed. I was still having fun and wasn't taking any of it too serious. I'd like to hear your response to it all. Either way would work. Its all good Jeff.

Sorry for the hijack Lake Dog. I didn't mean to steer your thread in the wrong direction.
It's all good bro!

Tell you what, we can both take on the rules committee in Philly... LOL

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I'd just like to say I am proud to see there are NOT any pictures in this thread. Especially with every cell phone including a camera these days, it's great to see folks are respecting the rules inside the judging tent.
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Unread 12-10-2009, 03:07 PM   #34
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I didn't see or taste it, but its still the talk around the PNWBA Judges circles.

Someone cooked a Corned Beef and submitted it as a Brisket turn in!
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6 "grilled" hotdogs in the sausage category at the 2007 American Royal with no garnish.
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A chicken entry turned in with roasted sweet potatoes for garnish. Needless to say, it was a first time cook who had skipped the meeting.
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OK - here's a quote that I made in another thread:

As a judge I have seen boxes that you would not believe: KCBS chicken entry with foil under an uncut half chicky; another KCBS chicken entry with bunches of red & purple grapes for garnish; KCBS pork entry that had two hoagie rolls (each cut into thirds) in the box, making 6 little sammies; totally burnt (or raw) meat; the list goes on and on. I keep asking myself if some of these guys don't even bother to check the rules of the contest or attend the cooks' meeting .
They are probably the same ones that I hear muttering during the awards ceremony that "everyone that tasted my BBQ says that it's the best ... blah, blah, blah ... what's the matter with these jerks?"


I have also seen Red tipped lettuce, foil (more than once), celery, tomato slices, toothpicks, butcher's twine and a piece of unidentified vegetable matter in the turn in box.
Along with the half-a-bird mentioned above, there have been ribs, pork slices and brisket that were not cut all of the way through, sometimes leaving less than the 6 required pieces. This is another good reason to put 7 or more pieces in the box!
Burnt chicken - I mean BURNT!!! One entry was damn near charcoal, thankfully it went to the table next to me, not mine . Sliced pork (the same one that didn't cut the slices all the way through) that was so raw that it was "tow-strap tough".

The vast majority of the entries will score a 7 or higher - but you sure do remember the terrible ones .

By the way, I've only judged for three years and still need one more comp for my Master CBJ. All of the contests that I've been to have been KCBS.
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I'd just like to say I am proud to see there are NOT any pictures in this thread. Especially with every cell phone including a camera these days, it's great to see folks are respecting the rules inside the judging tent.
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2007 Blue Springs, Missouri................someone turned in 6 shot glasses of beer and 6 Marlboro cigarettes and 6 matches.
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2007 Blue Springs, Missouri................someone turned in 6 shot glasses of beer and 6 Marlboro cigarettes and 6 matches.

And the catagory was post sex snack??
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2007 Blue Springs, Missouri................someone turned in 6 shot glasses of beer and 6 Marlboro cigarettes and 6 matches.
What'd they use for garnish, condom wrappers??
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I know that one of our own members turned in 6 shots of scotch for a desert entry... came in 15th out of 30+ if I recall....
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I know that one of our own members turned in 6 shots of scotch for a desert entry... came in 15th out of 30+ if I recall....
Tell him next to to use a good single malt scotch, that should get him
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I know that one of our own members turned in 6 shots of scotch for a desert entry... came in 15th out of 30+ if I recall....
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Tell him next to to use a good single malt scotch, that should get him
in the top 3.
It was all he had... He didn't know that he was expected to do it... lol
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This is the way a box looked when we judged it, this is not the real box, but I made this up to look like the one we seen. Oh thats brisket.
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