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Unread 06-03-2013, 12:01 PM   #46
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I missed the premier. I'm still trying to catch up on the ones I recorded from the previous season. I had seen all the ones on TV with the documentary style season 1 and season 2 that ended with "A Boy and his BBQ" winning, but I double-checked on Netflix to make sure. I believe I'd seen some of the next season, but I went ahead and record them on my U-verse. I think I saw most of the season that ended with Father vs Son, but since that was the only one avilable to record I'm not sure. I think they should do more teams. At competitions don't judges judge 6 boxes at a time. Why not expand to at least 4? Maybe have another round or allow a wild card save by the judges to compete in another round.

Did anyone see the Episodes of Chopped related to grilling?
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Unread 06-03-2013, 12:01 PM   #47
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I didn't come in from my shop in time to watch the first airing and fell asleep about 20 min into the later airing. Any way to watch these today online or something?

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Unread 06-03-2013, 12:03 PM   #48
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Looks like this seasons the same layout as last season just with a guest judge each week. I like it but i still think the first season was the best yet
I think a lot of critics of season one was that they often ended up in places with bad weather, and a lot of the BBQ Pitmasters weren't placing in competitions.

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I didn't come in from my shop in time to watch the first airing and fell asleep about 20 min into the later airing. Any way to watch these today online or something?

Chris

Do they even show full episodes online like other channels?


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Things I took away from the airing tonight -

1. Guest Judging - interesting approach and will give a different perspective with each episode. I would like to see Triggs as a guest judge.
2. My wife noted - that the judge directly stated he didn't like sweet yet the other two did; then asked how can you be a judge if you can't put personal preferences aside and judge on the cook at hand? Hit pause and had a 20 minute discussion - was interesting.
3. Was disappointed that one cook separated the Money Muscle ... I know the cook is not standard sanction or anything but still found it to be lacking integrity.
4. They did a little better job of trying to highlight the different techniques/approaches each team took and the end result.
5. As a pit master you need to know your meats and what is possible!

Idea for an episode: Do a where are they now for the season one.


Yeah a lot of critics liked the change of format starting with season 3, but they somewhat criticized the fact a lot of technique was not being shown like in season 1

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Great show. I was tricked by "re-ignited" though. It seems they were shows which already had aired even though the DVR called them 1st runs. Cant wait to see more new shows.I know its helped to improve my BBQ since watching.
I was confused as well. IS Re-ignited an alternative recording of episodes that already happened because I don't remember any of those?
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Unread 06-03-2013, 12:46 PM   #49
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Any way to watch these today online or something?
I *think* online company's like "Hulu" and "Netflix" offer television programs for streaming.
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I was confused as well. IS Re-ignited an alternative recording of episodes that already happened because I don't remember any of those?
The Re-Ignited episodes have scenes that were edited out of the original airing. The deleted/extended scenes range from very helpful (actually explaining what sugar cookie in the Texas BBQ episode, as opposed to the original unclear mumbling by Aaron Franklin) to added questioning/critiques from the judges to the contestants (I know this happened on the Kansas City BBQ and Kentucky BBQ episodes), to some useless jibber jabber between the teams (Georgia BBQ episode).

I noticed these because I had them playing in the background as I did chores around the house and also while playing video games.
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You play video games with BBQ shows running in the background!?!?!
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You play video games with BBQ shows running in the background!?!?!
I do a lot of things while BBQ shows run in the background!
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hahaha..... understood. ;)
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The Re-Ignited episodes have scenes that were edited out of the original airing. The deleted/extended scenes range from very helpful (actually explaining what sugar cookie in the Texas BBQ episode, as opposed to the original unclear mumbling by Aaron Franklin) to added questioning/critiques from the judges to the contestants (I know this happened on the Kansas City BBQ and Kentucky BBQ episodes), to some useless jibber jabber between the teams (Georgia BBQ episode).

I noticed these because I had them playing in the background as I did chores around the house and also while playing video games.
I must have missed the originals. None of these seem even remotely familiar. Or maybe I've seen so many they run together.
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Excellent episode!
I was down at Pensacola that Fri visiting a friend - Forrest's Fine Foods. That venue is small to start with with the teams stacked on top of each other.
The TV set took up a good chunk of the small real estate available.

For those on the WWW who have been vocal in wanting the "basic" BBQ meats used, they should be tickled pink with Butts and Ribs.
Lots of technical info put out.
My opinion is a bit different, but that is just what it is, an opinion.

Should be a good season.

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Who was the meat supplier (can't remember offhand now)? It wasnt' SRF as in the past years.

Since Butcher's in on here, what do you think of that supplier vs the normally available stuff such as IBP etc?
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I understand that KCBS rules allow for separating the point from the flat, however this is a TV show competition that is not governed by the KCBS and apparently was not against the rules laid down for the competition. The pitmaster didn't try to hide doing it in a trailer, he did it on camera, infront of everybody, and explained why he was doing it.

Nothing shady or inconspicous about it.

Reason I made this statement originally is because the majority of the episodes take place at other SANCTIONED events; majority being KCBS (correct me if I am wrong). And while it might not be sanctioned, several viewers may not understand that. Many of them watch the show to gain a better understanding of how it work in competition so some may take away from the show that you can do that. As was pointed out by another, KCBS is looking to address this next year.
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I missed it
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Who was the meat supplier (can't remember offhand now)? It wasnt' SRF as in the past years.

Since Butcher's in on here, what do you think of that supplier vs the normally available stuff such as IBP etc?
Buckhead Beef was the supplier.
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I actually learned some stuff from the show
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