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    Competition weekend

    Excited for my first bbq competition this Sunday. I’m going into it to have fun and learn, but of course I want to win. I asked to be in charge of pork ribs, and was grateful they quickly said yes. Regardless of results, pretty sure it will be a fun day.

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    Good luck and have fun!

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    • Richard Chrz
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      Have fun is my only goal, well and winning on the ribs section of it. Lol, Thank you

    #3
    Have fun. I’ll bet you eat good Sunday!

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      #4
      that sounds like a fun time. you say pork ribs but what ya got goin' more specifically? baby backs, St. Louis, Spares? no comp spice or method details, of course, just some skinny.

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      • Richard Chrz
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        So, not sure on what ribs, never asked. I will show up with everything I would want if I need to break them down. I am bringing my own rub, sauces on the side.

      • Richard Chrz
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        I’m bringing my 26 kettle to smoke them, my team mates are in charge of the two chickens and they are housing a propane smoker. They are both chefs and one a butcher as well, and all sorts of too fancy for me things on the chicken. I will watch and learn though, fun is first, learn is second, any pluses after that are pluses.

      • Richard Chrz
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        Just asked, baby backs.

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      Good luck!

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        #6
        Looking forward to your results.

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          #7
          Hey, mebbee ya can rig the votin! Stuff the faces & the ballot box, yessir.

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            #8
            Let us know how it goes.

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              #9
              Pls keep is updated! And good luck!
              Last edited by Elton's BBQ; June 12, 2021, 10:30 AM.

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                #10
                Good luck with the competition, I'm sure you will do well.

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                • FireMan
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                  He sure will, he’s got his thumb on the lever, eh, eh, eh.

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                Going here next?
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                • Richard Chrz
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                  Hahaha, many here could do this, I’m not one of them.

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                Is this the Bring'n Home the Bacon competition backyard on Sunday in La Crosse? I judged the master series there today, just got home. I won't be judging Sunday, didn't want to stay overnight. I didn't see the Blue Angels, dangit. One jet was up when I left, fun to see what I could of it while driving. Back yard KCBS is usually chicken and ribs. I have never seen baby backs in a KCBS competition. It is legal, just have never seen them. Not sure if that backyard for Bring'n Home the Bacon is KCBS certified though. From what I see, it is filled up with all KCBS judges though. I did stop at Buffalo Gal, picked up Boar chops,
                Bison short ribs, Bison brats, and Boar spare ribs.

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                • Mr. Bones
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                  Very Much a Fan of Bison meat..

                  We grow em, hereabouts, thankfully...

                • Mark V
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                  Mr. Bones This place I stopped at, the bison were just over the fence from me. I refrained from trying to pet them, didn't want to find out what would happen if I got too friendly, or looked too hungry. Never have had bison. I have had boar and am a fan. They didn't have the wild boar at this farm, just the meat! 😁

                • Mr. Bones
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                  I love critters better than I love hominids; this is WIDELY known... I can feed deer, squirrels, various birds out of my hand, on a lucky day...

                  Lemme tell this, fer true...I would never be such a fool...

                  Highly Advise not approachin no bison close, like

                  They are Notoriously Aggressive, best of days, ain't even talkin bout protectin offspring...Bulls weigh between 1000-2200 lbs.

                  Ya cain't outrun em, an sure as Hail cain't out turn em.

                  Save yerself a Whole Heap of Troubles...
                  Last edited by Mr. Bones; June 13, 2021, 01:43 AM.

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                Richard Chrz I go to the La Crosse competition every year, great organizers running that one. Next year I will get a room and stay overnight, judge both days. If we can work out getting together that weekend that would be great!

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                  #14
                  Well, tired, hot, learned a bit, and took first place in chicken and ribs! 😜

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                  • Elton's BBQ
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                    Congratulations!

                  • RonB
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                    Congrats and well done!

                  • ofelles
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                    Congrats!!!

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                  • TripleB
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                    Those ribs look fantastic. Love the cherry/mahogany color. Would love to have tasted those. Congrats on the win..Bravo!

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