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Unread 02-04-2011, 11:04 PM   #16
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As a CBJ for KCBS and MBN, I judge both with sauce and without sauce evenly - PROVIDING the rib is properly cooked with great pork flavor and some (but not TOO much) smoke. Sauce/glaze is good if it enhances the flavor - NOT becomes the only flavor!
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Don't put any sauce on my bbq ribs. The taste of the meat, along with the rub and smokey flavor is enough for me.
...and I'm guessing you don't compete in KCBS comps? Not knocking you, but I have seldom seen anyone pop into the top 10 without a nice sweet sticky glaze on their ribs in a KCBS comp.
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...and I'm guessing you don't compete in KCBS comps? Not knocking you, but I have seldom seen anyone pop into the top 10 without a nice sweet sticky glaze on their ribs in a KCBS comp.
I second that!!! I'm a CBJ turned comp' cook and I would also not turn in a rib entry without some type of glaze!!!! (But not tooo much to take away from the meat!!!)
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Who the heck wants ribs without sauce ? That's like eating mashed potatoes without gravy !
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Who the heck wants ribs without sauce ? That's like eating mashed potatoes without gravy !
That is how ribs are served in Memphis and how I learned to serve mine. However I haven't ever cooked in a competition
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We had been using more of a jelly/glaze on our ribs but switched to a 'sweet and sticky' sauce and our scores definitely improved. KCBS in St. Louis. In this area it's pretty much bring it sweet or go home.
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I am doing test cooks using a jelly and honey based glaze. So far it's tasting good and the color is nice as well. I plan on using this for my first comp.(GoNaked BBQ show down). We'll see how it goes.
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