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Unread 02-05-2012, 04:02 PM   #1
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Default Drizzling Sauce Over Pork: Is It Legal?

If I have a bed of pulled and chunked pork, and I want to put it in the box unsauced, but then drizzle sauce over the top of it is that anything that could get me in trouble?

I don't think it is, but I'm not sure if I'm reading the rules correctly.
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If I have a bed of pulled and chunked pork, and I want to put it in the box unsauced, but then drizzle sauce over the top of it is that anything that could get me in trouble?

I don't think it is, but I'm not sure if I'm reading the rules correctly.
you can drizzle....just dont make any designs or letters with your dizzle
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What clayhill said. If there is no discernible pattern It should be fine. The first thing that the nstrictor did when I took a CBJ course is bring in a box of pork and have anyone rate it, before they taught us anything. Most people were giving 8's and 9's and than we went around the room and had to explain the mark we gave, and than the instructor told us that the box would have been DQ'd because the sauce was in the pattern of the letters A and C, sure opened our eyes about how much thought you have to put into judging.
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