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Old 07-10-2006, 07:45 PM   #1
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how much meat/and cleanup at comps

I plan to do my first comp this summer and I was woundering how much meat you guys normaly cook.
I was thinking 2briskets, 2-3 butts, about 16 chicken thighs, and about 4 racks of baby backs. This will be a KCBS sanctioned event. So ill need to provide six samples of each item.
Does that seem like enough meat or should I do more?
Also what is the best way to clean up your stuff at the comps?

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Old 07-10-2006, 08:57 PM   #2
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I think that's plenty of food, As far as clean up goes we use 3 dishpans, One for soap and water, One for rinsing, And one for sanitizing. It's handy to have a spray bottle with a little bleach and water for quick clean ups, You must keep your area CLEAN! It's in the rules.Hope this helps.
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Is the comp. a secret?
Forgot to mention it is the new holland summer fest. Here is a link http://www.nhsummerfest.org/. I did the kids q last year and had a lot of fun. This year ill be up against the big boys.

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Is the comp. a secret?
Forgot to mention it is the new holland summer fest. Here is a link http://www.nhsummerfest.org/. I did the kids q last year and had a lot of fun. This year ill be up against the big boys.

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I keep hearing good things about New Holland. Shotgun Fred and Barbeque Bob from TheBBQGuru.com are gonna be there again this year, not that you need their help. Good luck!
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Old 07-11-2006, 12:35 AM   #6
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Chris,

I think that's a little too much meat. You should be able to find six good ribs out of three slabs of ribs. Two Briskets OK; Two pork butts should be plenty, you can always mix the two to come up with a good box; 12-16 thighs OK.
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Old 07-11-2006, 04:01 AM   #7
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I'm also cooking New Holland. I'm going to cook a bunch. Two butts and briskets, 12 slabs ribs and 30 pieces of chicken. The rescue I have gotten my dog from is near by and I have invited them to come by and eat with us.

It's different with the big boys, instead of cooking against Kenny you'll be cooking against his uncle Chris from Dizzy Pigs.

The Kids-Q are my favorite things about contests closely followed by the strong man comp at Harpoon
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Larry and I where thinking of doing that one, but we're doing SOTB the next weekend. We're too old for that kind of turn around in states so far apart.
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Thanks for the advice! Look foward to meating those who are going to NH.
What is in the bucket to santize?

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Bleach, A cap full will do the job.
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Bleach, A cap full will do the job.
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that one's pretty close to the house. I would love to come visit anyone there and see how it's really done. what day is better ? I wouldnt want to be in anyones way.
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I am coordinating schedules with the wife and kids. What time would be good for turn ins ?
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Is the comp. a secret?
Forgot to mention it is the new holland summer fest. Here is a link http://www.nhsummerfest.org/. I did the kids q last year and had a lot of fun. This year ill be up against the big boys.

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Chris, I hope to be comming to New Holland this year. Its on my schedule. See ya there.
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lookin even better now...my 12 year old daughter really wants to come see how its done
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lookin even better now...my 12 year old daughter really wants to come see how its done
Sir, my youngest has only missed two comps sence I started. She love it and I love being with her. That is a great feeling.
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