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Unread 10-09-2008, 07:12 AM   #16
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That really looks good. Thanks. I am going to have to practice the parsley thing to help my appearance
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Unread 10-09-2008, 08:42 AM   #17
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Here's our first place invitational chicken. I know it does not look like much. I put the pieces in the box on a slight diagonal because they were all different sizes and I thought that might hide that a little. The pic was taken with my cell phone so the quality is not the best

I think the box is awesome, the chicken looks great and congrats on the win. I do think if you put this box on here and did not lable this the winner, a lot of people would have bashed it. Since you won the royal with it they are chewing on their shoes. I have seen similiar boxes on here that get replies like this, chicken on the top right is not the same color, the parsley is covering the meet - what are you trying to hide? There is a bigger gap at the front left corner of the box than the right. I'm only breaking balls, it just amazes me the different views on boxes when they have awards to back them up. Great Job on the box, looks great in my opinion, 9's across the board. Just breaking balls
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Unread 10-09-2008, 08:58 AM   #18
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I think the box is awesome, the chicken looks great and congrats on the win. I do think if you put this box on here and did not lable this the winner, a lot of people would have bashed it. Since you won the royal with it they are chewing on their shoes. I have seen similiar boxes on here that get replies like this, chicken on the top right is not the same color, the parsley is covering the meet - what are you trying to hide? There is a bigger gap at the front left corner of the box than the right. I'm only breaking balls, it just amazes me the different views on boxes when they have awards to back them up. Great Job on the box, looks great in my opinion, 9's across the board. Just breaking balls
I have siad it many times, chicken should look like chicken not perfect looking plastic puffs
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Here were our turn-in boxes for the Open. My wife did a nice job on them considering it was our first ever KCBS comp.
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Here were our turn-in boxes for the Open. My wife did a nice job on them considering it was our first ever KCBS comp.
Great looking boxes, the pork could use some bark though
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Unread 10-09-2008, 12:31 PM   #21
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That a nice glaze you've got on those ribs. I think we may need to try our hand at trimming down the ribs as well. We just can't seem to get them to fit nicely in the box.
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Great looking boxes, the pork could use some bark though

I sort of hid the bark because I couldnt get it to appear evenly. It was in there though.
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We don't have the scores yet but we finished 29th overall (?? beans, 9 sausage, 110 chicken, 71 ribs, 55 brisket, and 44 pork).











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Paul, Those turn-in are beautiful. Sorry my pics were so poor, but yours would have made them look poor even in good light.

I never got to see anyone elses boxes, I didnt want to interupt anyone and ask, because the teams had to prepare for the next category.

Based on seeing yours, I can see that my offerings were a little too meager. How were you able to close the chicken box without hitting the thighs?

I also now see what sauced brisket looks like.

Again, very nice pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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We don't have the scores yet but we finished 29th overall (?? beans, 9 sausage, 110 chicken, 71 ribs, 55 brisket, and 44 pork).

I've got the score sheet in front of me right now and your beans got 43rd. Nice work!!! I was at a loss for how to display the beans in the box, so I just used dixie cups and a parsley bed. We came in at 89, which isn't bad, but it definitely leaves something to be desired. :)
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We don't have the scores yet but we finished 71 ribs


Bragger , we finished 72nd in ribs (with the same score)
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We took 5th overall in the sides... here are the taters:



And the beans:



8th place chicken



And smores for dessert:

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Bragger , we finished 72nd in ribs (with the same score)
Nice looking rack. I much prefer your color over ours. Did you buy those at Costco?
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And smores for dessert:

This is why TPP doesn't do desserts anymore. We're so outclassed and outmatched it isn't funny. Awesome presentation Chris!
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Based on seeing yours, I can see that my offerings were a little too meager. How were you able to close the chicken box without hitting the thighs?

I also now see what sauced brisket looks like.
The chicken fit in the box w/o a problem. We trim thighs aggressively so they really aren't very big. But I sure hope we corrected the uneven row in the front before turn-in.

Be careful about using our boxes as a standard to go by...we didn't win squat other than a call in sausage.
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