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Unread 08-24-2004, 12:56 PM   #91
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Nice write up.

Arlie is Arlie Bragg! :D
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Some photos are up guys.. There is another whole roll of film due up that i took. these were kind of scattered. apologize for the non digital quality.
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[quote="BrooklynQ"]
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Where's Robs write up?
As usual, my write up is long, but it's here.www.***********************.com


Damn, next time someone remind me to just bring a whip.!! or better yet.. Maybe grow in a thin mustache and an armband. Heil!
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Marquis de Sade Mod???

Anybody know if the Guitarbeque folks are gonna post results?
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Congrats bros. on an outstanding showing. Had some take out brisket today that was less than good. Not juicy at all, and mild on the flavor. Thank goodness they make great hot sauce. Did any of the entries use sauce?
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Arlie or someone from KCBS should post them. Unfortunately I have no idea where they would be posted.
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OMG that write up was hilarious! I sure would love to know when they will be airing that program so I can see your ugly mugs on TV!
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[quote="BBQchef33"]
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Where's Robs write up?
As usual, my write up is long, but it's here.www.***********************.com

Damn, next time someone remind me to just bring a whip.!! or better yet.. Maybe grow in a thin mustache and an armband. Heil!
Phil, you got the wrong impression man. In no way did I feel that you were being a dictator or over bearing at all. I guess I didn't express my thoughts properly.
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[quote="BrooklynQ"]
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Originally Posted by BrooklynQ
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Originally Posted by willkat98
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Where's Robs write up?
As usual, my write up is long, but it's here.www.***********************.com

Damn, next time someone remind me to just bring a whip.!! or better yet.. Maybe grow in a thin mustache and an armband. Heil!
Phil, you got the wrong impression man. In no way did I feel that you were being a dictator or over bearing at all. I guess I didn't express my thoughts properly.
Well....but this one line bugs me..
You wrote
"There was nothing that I did that helped win that contest.".

You are so far from the truth. There is no way we could have even placed without your help.... and Daves and Mine. We were functioning as a team. Right at the beginning i said we'll go with what I know unless someone has a secret weapon. No one spoke up so i went with what i am familiar with. But no team can function without a support staff. If there are 4 cooks, you still need a support staff of at least 3. In this case, yeah i was cookin, but i was also freaking out, getting lost, tripping over myself and becoming totally derailed. Everyone there did what had to be done and each of us kept the other on track. I jumped track a few times because of the events that happened last week and you and dave got me focused and back on track. At one time while slicing the meat, it started bleeding across the cutting board. All I saw was the blood and I froze... Flashback to the site last week in front of my truck. I was about to have a meltdown... You came back and bitchslapped me... "We need the other brisket.. That one is no good". YOU explained how judges look at the brisket. I was not aware of that(accordian thing).... I went with your judgement and we won first. You dont think thats a contribution to our win? You were 1/3 of a winning team and also flew solo on the presentations. The only thing i did was fluff up the pork with you...The ODD number of pieces was something that was told to me about doing presentation boxes. Always put an odd number in.. like in floral arrangments. I was relaying those words.

We all put alot of sweat into those 2 days, and no one person is responsible, its a team effort.. the glory goes to each of us. I couldnt do that alone and I'd be part of that same team anyday.
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Just curious, what was the scoring on the ribs and pork butt?

And BQ, you played a very vital role in the team process. Someone has to step and and make the final call for the team, and you go with it.
You gave very valuable input, which is all a team member can ask be asked for.

Excellent job team!
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Just curious, what was the scoring on the ribs and pork butt?
Appearance / Taste / Tenderness

brisket 556 998 676 788 789 899
chicken 777 788 967 887 998 988
pork 747 768 878 777 878 777
ribs 989 756 888 788 887 758
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Starting at a "6", the scores really don't look that bad.....
Wonder if maybe your pork entry was the first one judged in the group and they left some lee way.

Ribs: looks more like personal preference scoring. 989 to a 756?
Judges 3,4 and 5 show more consistent numbers. I'd venture to say this is more inline with how they really were.
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forgot.... low scores are dropped.
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What was your total score cause that is the best indicator of the way the judging went overal. A total of 640 or higher has been winning competitions all over the country this year.
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I have never been involved in a competition before, but I do know about team work. It would seem to me, that there was a leader on site. A good leader, because he allowed / encouraged the other members of the tam some input. The secret to sucess is organization, delegation, and someone willing to stand in front and say my call. This is what I thought as I was reading these post. Sounds like you guys had a great time, enjoyed yourselves. Most of all the Brethren put on a fine showing and proved they know what they are doing with the smoke. Truly, BROTHERS IN SMOKE.

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[quote="BBQchef33"]
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Originally Posted by BrooklynQ
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Originally Posted by willkat98
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Where's Robs write up?
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Damn, next time someone remind me to just bring a whip.!! or better yet.. Maybe grow in a thin mustache and an armband. Heil!
Phil, you got the wrong impression man. In no way did I feel that you were being a dictator or over bearing at all. I guess I didn't express my thoughts properly.
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You are so far from the truth. There is no way we could have even placed without your help.... and Daves and Mine. We were functioning as a team. Right at the beginning i said we'll go with what I know unless someone has a secret weapon. No one spoke up so i went with what i am familiar with. But no team can function without a support staff. If there are 4 cooks, you still need a support staff of at least 3. In this case, yeah i was cookin, but i was also freaking out, getting lost, tripping over myself and becoming totally derailed. Everyone there did what had to be done and each of us kept the other on track. I jumped track a few times because of the events that happened last week and you and dave got me focused and back on track. At one time while slicing the meat, it started bleeding across the cutting board. All I saw was the blood and I froze... Flashback to the site last week in front of my truck. I was about to have a meltdown... You came back and bitchslapped me... "We need the other brisket.. That one is no good". YOU explained how judges look at the brisket. I was not aware of that(accordian thing).... I went with your judgement and we won first. You dont think thats a contribution to our win? You were 1/3 of a winning team and also flew solo on the presentations. The only thing i did was fluff up the pork with you...The ODD number of pieces was something that was told to me about doing presentation boxes. Always put an odd number in.. like in floral arrangments. I was relaying those words.

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