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Unread 07-23-2012, 12:47 PM   #1
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Default that was fun, may i have another? box pic.

here's our brisket box from R.I. this week-end. have fun!

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Unread 07-23-2012, 12:51 PM   #2
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I dunno man. The saucy look isn't working for me. Prolly a 7-8?? Cheers!!!
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Unread 07-23-2012, 12:54 PM   #3
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arangment and meat looks great, thin the sauce out and make sure theres no chunks in it
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Strain that sauce jeeeeez
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9. I want it.
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I do mostly IBCA. We only cooked one KCBS and one to go on the schedule this year. I really don't understand the sauce on brisket. ?? I am not anything close to a CBJ, but that seems like a lot of sauce to me. Probably a 6 or 7.

Don't want to steal, but is there a thickness max in KCBS? Those would get sent back in Texas for being too thick I bet.

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If the parsley was a little higher or more tightly packed the meat would sit up just a bit more and there would be more focus on meat. It's a little thing but it can make a difference.

At the back it looks like the last 2 slices are not fanned out. Otherwise that looks like a real thick slice vs the others. Both of these things are small but can impact scores.

I agree with the sauce comments.

Overall probably an 8 but I could see folks scoring from 6 to 9 depending on how picky they are.

And in the immortal words of a celebrity tv star judge "i expect to see burnt ends". I know we judge as presented but at the same time many judges expect them and will score down if not there.
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And in the immortal words of a celebrity tv star judge "i expect to see burnt ends". I know we judge as presented but at the same time many judges expect them and will score down if not there.
Not this judge! I only judge what's in the box, not what I expect to be in the box. This message can't be hammered home often enough.

I know you're just saying because it's sadly the reality...

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If the parsley was a little higher or more tightly packed the meat would sit up just a bit more and there would be more focus on meat. It's a little thing but it can make a difference.

At the back it looks like the last 2 slices are not fanned out. Otherwise that looks like a real thick slice vs the others. Both of these things are small but can impact scores.

I agree with the sauce comments.

Overall probably an 8 but I could see folks scoring from 6 to 9 depending on how picky they are.

And in the immortal words of a celebrity tv star judge "i expect to see burnt ends". I know we judge as presented but at the same time many judges expect them and will score down if not there.
I think what you're mistaking for 2 slices stuck together are the burnt ends.
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Depends on a few things. As it looks in the picture, probably an 8. Maybe IRL a 9. If the delay causes the sauce to get absorbed into the meat more it might look better, but as is, it looks wetter than the "perfect box" to me. This is nitpicky, but there's also sauce on the garnish. I wouldn't score down for that per se, but I can't help but notice it in the picture.

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8 because it seems dark but that could be the camera. Maybe a 7 if I pick out that there is a lot of BBQ sauce where the bark is, can't tell in the pic.
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I think what you're mistaking for 2 slices stuck together are the burnt ends.
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Dylan, your pics came out so much better than mine! Damn iPhone 4!
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5 looks like sloppy meat and crap all over it,
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