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BBQ Brethren Team Mentoring *On Topic Only* From the Backyard to the American Royal... thats our motto. Here is a place for those interested in Competition BBQ, but not yet ready to venture out alone can hook up and help out our veteran teams to see what its like on "The Dark Side". More instructions inside.


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Unread 01-31-2008, 01:06 PM   #1
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If the thread is for a specific event, include responsibilities that woul dbe filled and details of the job. Funds if required, foods, etcs..

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Please keep "BIO" threads and "Available" threads clean from general chatter unless it relates specifically to that team or event.

general discussion and chatter can be in the forum in there own threads.

I do see a need to organize better, but lets see what we get first.





this sounds strangly like a dating service doesn't it. ?

Married chuby cigar smoking male available for contest in MOFo Area.

Likes: blue smoke and moonlight cooks, dislikes boiling and burnt food.
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Unread 04-23-2008, 02:41 PM   #2
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How do you see the old ones?

By the way, I noticed that Jack's Old South charges a fee to "mentor" with their team at contests so this is a pretty sweet setup.
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Unread 04-23-2008, 04:06 PM   #3
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Try the sort at the bottom and select "show threads from the beginning."
Works for me.
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Unread 03-17-2010, 01:08 PM   #4
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***The Moss Pit have read a lot of great posts here and learned a lot so far. I have been making sauce and Q'n for about 10 years. My wife and I are ready to go to the next level but I would like to experience a comp. First hand or at least get some guidance from an experienced team. Any suggestions?
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Unread 09-06-2010, 09:41 AM   #5
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Default The Purple Turtle Catering Company; Norwalk, CT

Looking for help for Norwalk COntest next Saturday and Sunday. So anyone who wants or is willing to come out and lend us hand either day next weekend it would be deeply appreciated. As much or as little as you want but there are 16!! categories. Plus Oyster Festival is a blast; the music is great and there's lots for the partner/family to do. Thanks
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***gjdad I have been making sauce for the last year and smokin for about 3 years. I would like to experience a competion first hand. Anybody looking to add a crew member?

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Default Thin Blue BBQ - Indianapolis, IN area

Thin Blue BBQ will be taking new members or guest cooks for the 2011 season. We are looking for folks interested in cooking with our team. We compete in events throughout Indiana and the region and have won numerous awards. If you are interested in getting some experience or finding a competitive team to join then contact us to discuss things.

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How do you see the old ones?

By the way, I noticed that Jack's Old South charges a fee to "mentor" with their team at contests so this is a pretty sweet setup.
You can change your profile options/settings to show all threads. I just changed this because I thought the forum was dead!
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*** The Smolderin Swine is looking for team members for the 2011 season. we compete in NJ,PA,MD, DEL. We begin our season at Pork in the park in MD. This is a relatively new team and I haven't won the big one yet. I have the equipment and some good Q. Maybe this is the year to go all the way, or at least have a good time and eat some BBQ, Email me torpx2@aol.com
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Hey guys and girls, are there any cook classes in the DFW area? Started smoking three years ago and would like to learn as much as I can. Have read some books and stuff, but I believe the best experience is hearing from the cookers. Would like to learn some tricks or get any advice, would be great.
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bosshawgs warwick ny i am trying to get a team together i the lower Hudson valley ny .i have 2 smokers and a little knowledge email bosshawgsmokers@yahoo.com
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Well I would like to work with a team in the Alabama area. Love to try it first hand.
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Well I would like to work with a team in the Alabama area. Love to try it first hand.

need to read first post of this thread, then create a thread with proper format. folks wont see this here where it is.
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total noob to comps. looking to get my feet wet and help out in any way with a team competing in ohio, eastern indiana, southern michigan. would love to experience it from load in to load out. also have a buddy who will eventually be competing with me. if there is room and u dont think it would be too much of an inconvenience...id like for him to get some experience as well. if not, screw him lol. i'll catch him up. thanks brothers

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sorry, for the above placement. i got too excited lol. mods, feel free to delete the above post and this one. thanks
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