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Unread 07-21-2004, 10:01 AM   #16
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Bro Kick, Thanks for the invite. Great way to get our feet wet. Thanks to everybody who's written posts I've learned from, answered questions and provided advice. Without the wisdom freely passed around this site the thought of competing would just be a joke.
First place, last place or whatever inbetween doesn't matter as much to me as being a good ambassador for the Brethren and making everybody here proud we were there to represent.
Thanks for the xtra luck, we'll need a good dose of that too!!
Here my .02 cents while still in my head.

BRINE EVERYTHING BEFORE
GLAZE EVERYTHING AFTER. sEE PICTURES ATTACHED.

Night before write down.
what your cookin
the rub your using on it
the sauce your using on it
the time youneed to start prepping it
and the time you need to put it in the pit
and finally how long before turn in you need to start assembly.
I glazed everything i submitted.. sliced it, glazed it, returned it to the pit inot the hot spot to carmelize the glaze. So i had to start preppin half our before turnin.



What happened to us was we got sidetracked doing stuff. We wanted to time the food to come out as close to turnin as possible, but the line "Oh ****, we shoulve had the ribs in by now.. or Uh oh, I gotta get the chivcen marinading"..... was there each time. Just give yourself a time line so you can refer to it and know what you should be doing. It sounds lame, but believe me, so much will be going on that you can get distracted.

Also, i dont make my rub in batchs. i make it on the food, right out of the containers. This gives me a tendancy to experiment, and i almost did that on the ribs.... . Dont!!! Know EXACTLY what your going to use. I Had to put a few things down. Dont experiment... use only what you know.... when your in yard, Maybe I'll try this" works great, but you odnt want to find out it dont work just before you give it to a judge.



Good luck Ladies.. we be pullin for ya!!!
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Unread 07-21-2004, 10:06 AM   #17
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Dang it, still over an hour away from lunch and Phil just flung a craving on me!
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I'm calling super smokers damn it.
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Phil, I resizec all the pics from my camera but can't addd them to the album.
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It this the correct logistics:

07/25-07/26
12th Annual Boone's Lick Trail BBQ Contest

Qualifier Mike McMillen

5800 N. Boothe Lane, Columbia, MO 65279

573-443-0743 E-mail: mike_mc@midamerica.net
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Good luck brothers, I'll have one with you, remotely!
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Phil, great looking food, what did you use to glaze the food? Same glaze for all?
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here ya go - http://www.boonecountyfairgrounds.co...C_Fair_BBQ.php

On the home page I saw the pic of Racer's pig. Scary.
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Phil, I resizec all the pics from my camera but can't addd them to the album.
all the pics from your camera are in the gallery now.
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Go, brothers, go! Any contest is in part a psychological game. I put on the sound mufflers and go through the plan of action in my head. I could be up against guys meaner and older than I, but I do my best not to pay attention to that stuff.

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Phil, great looking food, what did you use to glaze the food? Same glaze for all?
Glazed them with some BBQ sauce.

brushed them with the sauce and then put them in the hot spot for a few mins on each side.
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Phil;
Great pics and super advise!
Time management and having a plan!! Great words about not experimenting, too!!
'Kick, go for it man!!
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sEE PICTURES ATTACHED.
Hey! Where are the pics of the Pork?

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You guys are going to have a great time!

Go for the GOLD...can of Miller beer!
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And, when you get started take the extra few minutes to intelligently plan out your kitchen. It will save all kinds of hastles throughout the rest of the competition. While we were in Long Island, we had people that felt they could walk all throughout our stuff. Sort of because we hit the ground running and just exploded out of the truck and started rocking. One extra body would have been nice just to start organizing our stuff. We were both way too exhausted and too busy to do that.

The worst offender was this one knucklehead. Phil was up on te trailor tending to the cooker, I was just leaving to turn in the BBQ sauce. I turn back around and there is this guy at our back table, ( someplace he had no business being), he picked up a knife and helped himself to a slice of what had been our breakfast 4 hours earlier. Looking back I should have said something, but I was so dumbfounded I would not have found the words.

Some people just take the farking cake.........and the fatty too. I hope there was a bunch of fly **** on it.
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