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Unread 04-12-2012, 09:47 PM   #31
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I thought I had chicken ribs pork brisket hammered into my head, until I saw a rep coming back with my box of ribs that was supposed to be ckn
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I ran out of Jack once...
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We forgot how to count to 6 at our first KCBS competition. We did get to meet the KCBS Rep though.
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Never buy fireworks at 130 am at a kcbs comp.it may seem like the thing to do but the next morning many people will inquire about you leaving.too bad your my cousin comp team got famous fast.best story I've ever heard.
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Not taking all the foil off my brisket before slicing it. Trust me, if you don't you will regret it. I got to meet Ron Harwell that day.
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Uh, you may notice I have resembled more than one of these remarks..
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Not checking the thermometer on a borrowed pit, and speed cooking my briskets before realizing what was going on. Middle of the pack, with pulled point was very, VERY, kind of the judges.
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Not trusting your thermometer that is in your brisket - so you stick it in 4 different places on the brisket, then trying 2 other thermometers to verify. Then using about 2 rolls of paper towels to clean up all the juice that ran out.

Then wandering why your brisket was as dry as jerky at turn in.
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I dropped all my chicken into gravel once in Arkansas. No big deal though, it was only for $100,000.00 and we drove 20 hours to get there. Makes for a good laugh now though.....
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Never buy fireworks at 130 am at a kcbs comp.it may seem like the thing to do but the next morning many people will inquire about you leaving.too bad your my cousin comp team got famous fast.best story I've ever heard.
I kinda want to hear this story now.
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Focused more on drinking than cooking!
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I dropped all my chicken into gravel once in Arkansas. No big deal though, it was only for $100,000.00 and we drove 20 hours to get there. Makes for a good laugh now though.....
I remember reading about that on your blog. "The Incident" Great story!

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The more I think about it the more I realize my worst mistake ever.. In 1997, I visited memphis in may. From then, I knew I wanted to get into this.. I waited 7 years before I finally did it. I shouldn't have waited that long.
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Thinking doing comps was somehow going to be a money maker....
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After 10 years of doing this you get sort of an internal clock in year head. Our fist contest this year my clock was WAY off...missed chicken turn-in by 3 minutes. Always pay attention to the official clock and have someone help to keep you on track.
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