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Old 04-24-2005, 10:45 AM   #41
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6th place finish, first time out, yeah, I bet they want to start a team...you are high on the comp curve Cappy...watch out for the gravy train!!
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Old 04-24-2005, 02:21 PM   #42
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Congrats again Captain. You held up to the test of the first comp. Believe me I've seen em come and I've seen em go. The weather predictions would have scared most away. I'm glad the Margarita dance and a well said prayer to the BBQ gods kept the big storm south. With your kind of dedication, I'll look forward to hearing your name called many times in the future. It's a kick ain't it?

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Old 04-24-2005, 05:36 PM   #43
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Great Job Cappy. Are you going to share your secrets with us?
Not sure what my secrets were...

the things I give credit to the most were...

1. simplicity

2. understanding what the judges were looking for (thanks Jack)

3. lots of luck

4. this message board.
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Old 04-24-2005, 06:05 PM   #44
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Great Job Cappy. Are you going to share your secrets with us?
Not sure what my secrets were...

the things I give credit to the most were...

1. simplicity

2. understanding what the judges were looking for (thanks Jack)

3. lots of luck

4. this message board.
Cappy, (5) give yourself some credit too!
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Old 04-24-2005, 06:32 PM   #45
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Great Job Cappy. Are you going to share your secrets with us?
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Not sure what my secrets were.

It was interesting. The captain was the only guy with the guts to go out and do his thing on a WSM. Last year at the same contest I met a guy who bought 3 Wal-Mart brand ECB's on the way there and cooked the contest. he was putting them together while we were setting up. He came in 3rd. I was watching the Reno Rib off today and noticed that that same guy won the contest. He was from VA. He was a great guy,and an awesome cook.

To reinforce...Its not the pit, It's the Pit Master. I use a WSM for KCBS chicken, and cooking around the backyard. I can't afford to fire up the big boys for a couple of racks of ribs or a butt or two. Great little cooker. I see them all the time in KCBS.

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Old 04-24-2005, 07:04 PM   #46
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[quote=Jack W.][quote="Larry Wolfe":1onb1pxs]
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Great Job Cappy. Are you going to share your secrets with us?
Not sure what my secrets were.

It was interesting. The captain was the only guy with the guts to go out and do his thing on a WSM. Last year at the same contest I met a guy who bought 3 Wal-Mart brand ECB's on the way there and cooked the contest. he was putting them together while we were setting up. He came in 3rd. I was watching the Reno Rib off today and noticed that that same guy won the contest. He was from VA. He was a great guy,and an awesome cook.

To reinforce...Its not the pit, It's the Pit Master. I use a WSM for KCBS chicken, and cooking around the backyard. I can't afford to fire up the big boys for a couple of racks of ribs or a butt or two. Great little cooker. I see them all the time in KCBS.

Good Q!

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Old 04-24-2005, 07:22 PM   #47
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Great Job Cappy. Are you going to share your secrets with us?
Not sure what my secrets were.

It was interesting. The captain was the only guy with the guts to go out and do his thing on a WSM. Last year at the same contest I met a guy who bought 3 Wal-Mart brand ECB's on the way there and cooked the contest. he was putting them together while we were setting up. He came in 3rd. I was watching the Reno Rib off today and noticed that that same guy won the contest. He was from VA. He was a great guy,and an awesome cook.

To reinforce...Its not the pit, It's the Pit Master. I use a WSM for KCBS chicken, and cooking around the backyard. I can't afford to fire up the big boys for a couple of racks of ribs or a butt or two. Great little cooker. I see them all the time in KCBS.

Good Q!

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Old 04-25-2005, 12:28 AM   #48
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Congrats from here as well Captain Morgan. I dream of doing half as well my first time out.
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Jim, you never would embarass this site by doing a comp with some BBQ-4-U garb on...I would be proud of you if you came in first or last!!
I bet it would be a different story if it was me and Larry. Well to be fair to you Rempe, Larry is embarassing. :biggrin:
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Old 04-25-2005, 07:56 AM   #50
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Congratulations Capt.!! Spectacular showing for a comp. rookie....

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