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Unread 07-25-2005, 11:37 PM   #61
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Holy Crap! Just checked grill kings website. 4th in sauce. Cool!
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Big Congrats, "Fear the Pig" indeed!

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Great job brothers. We are all proud of you.
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Trying to send a link to Newsday article with pics of weekends festivities. First attempt at link. Here goes...http://www.newsday.com/news/local/lo...oll=ny-li-mezz
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Holy Crap! Just checked grill kings website. 4th in sauce. Cool!
So... Did you get all of the secrets so we can use them at Peoria?
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I already knew that. Don't experiment! Like Phil did with the mustard on the ribs. Farking nasty!
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thats wasnt an experiment, it was intentional... it was the express rubbing that messed them up.. and gee.. ya think the grease fire in the pit may have had something do with the bitterness? We forgot about that.
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Congrats to all of the brothers competing in the east last weekend. You made us proud!!!!!
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Are there any other pictures posted yet from the LI Grill Kings competition other than the link I sent in to the newspaper article and pics? I know that Sharon was snappin away on her digital camera. How long before pictures show up and where, other than this forum?
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Trying to send a link to Newsday article with pics of weekends festivities. First attempt at link. Here goes...http://www.newsday.com/news/local/lo...1;/b]y-li-mezz
Thanks for the link, t-bone! My favorite quote was:

Lightning struck Phil Rizzardi of Nesconset, a barbecue hobbyist whose team, BBQ Brethren, competed for the first time at last year's Grill Kings. This year they took fourth place overall and first prize in pork.

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Fear the Pig indeed! This is the kind of stuff that makes you hold your head up high.
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When Phil gets a chance. I don't have any myself.
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Another great lesson learned. Do not worry about ancillary turn-ins of they interfere with your schedule of prepping meat for the big four. Grill Kings had 3 categories the day before that we entered. After we finally finished with turn-in and sat down to relax, we rrealised that we should have been brining and marinating stuff for the previous 4 hours instead of messing with the other stuff. Not to mention the amount of energy put out messing with them. I have been to other events that may have a turn in or two the night before, but the afternoon before is not the right time. A friday night anything but category can be what you were prepping for dinner anyway. Sauce isn't bad, not time consuming or pitwork demanding.

Sausage on the day of was simple my last time out and required no thought.

If anyone has chances at some of these extra turn-ins, think about what it will detract from the real reason that you are there.
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Another great lesson learned. Do not worry about ancillary turn-ins of they interfere with your schedule of prepping meat for the big four. Grill Kings had 3 categories the day before that we entered. After we finally finished with turn-in and sat down to relax, we rrealised that we should have been brining and marinating stuff for the previous 4 hours instead of messing with the other stuff. Not to mention the amount of energy put out messing with them. I have been to other events that may have a turn in or two the night before, but the afternoon before is not the right time. A friday night anything but category can be what you were prepping for dinner anyway.

Sauce isn't bad, not time consuming or pitwork demanding.

If anyone has chances at some of these extra turn-ins, think about what it will detract from the real reason that you are there.
I think the real distraction was the amount of people poking their nose in because of the Newsday article. Without the constant interuptions, I think we could have handled the extra turn-ins and all the brining and marinading etc. Bruce had the right idea of setting up barriers keeping people at bay until he was done with the work. Dr. BBQ had the same sort of setup.
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One of the problems of becoming well known is people want to meet and talk with you, it can be a double edged sword. Try to have someone in the group deal with these well meaning folks is the best way to handle it. You can make it work.
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