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Old 08-26-2007, 12:51 PM   #21
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wow, 3 top 10's from this board...congrats to all!!!
They owe it all to you Cappy!!!!
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Old 08-26-2007, 01:00 PM   #22
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Congrats to all!!
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Old 08-26-2007, 02:58 PM   #23
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New Holland Summerfest 2007. 72 Teams

Sausage
1. Smoke in Da Eye
2. Ringoes Up in Smoke
3. Ribs Within
4. Smokin' Gnome BBQ
5. It's Just Barbecue
6. Dizzy Pig BBQ
7. Brique House BBQ
8. Butthead BBQ Team
9. PA Midnight Smokers
10. Smokers Delight BBQ

Chicken
1. Pennsylvania Pork Meister
2. Smoke in Da Eye
3. Who Are Those Guys?
4. War Pigs
5. Baba and the Pig Man
6. Late Night Whiskey Smoke
7. K&J Barbeque
8. Double D's BBQ
9. Jack's Down Home
10. Wild Bill BQ

Ribs
1. Jacks Down Home
2. PA Midnight Smokers
3. Hoff Daddy's BBQ
4. The BBQ Guru
5. Tarheel Smokers
6. Bad Bones BBQ
7. Shenandoah Q Crew
8. Who Are Those Guys?
9. Late Night Whiskey Smoke
10. Lost Nation

Pork
1. Lost Nation
2. Gut's Smokehouse
3. Team Agave
4. Hog Heads
5. PA Midnight Smokers
6. Shenandoah Q Crew
7. Layman Family BBQ
8. Bad Bones BBQ Crew
9. Off Da Bone
10. Double D's BBQ

Brisket
1. Black Tie BBQ
2. Who Are Those Guys
3. Tarheel Smokers
4. Lost Nation
5. PA Midnight Smoker
6. Dixie Bones BBQ
7. It's Just Barbecue
8. North Coast BBQ Society
9. Bad Bones BBQ Crew
10. Team Agave

Chefs Choice
1. PA Midnight Smokers (180.00)
2. Jumping Dog Barbecue (180.00)
3. Free Range BBQ
4. Smoken Dudes
5. K&J Barbeque
6. Christman City BBQ
7. Hog Heads
8. Pennsylvania Posse BBBQ
9. Smoke Stack Lightning
10. Lo-N-Slo BBQ

Whole Hog
1. PA Midnight Smokers
2. Jacks Down Home
3. S&S Grilling and BBQ

Overall
1. PA Midnight Smokers (654.2854)
2. Jacks Down Home
3. Who Are Those Guys?
4. Tarheel Smokers
5. Lost Nation
6. Double D's BBQ
7. The BBQ Guru
8. Team Agave
9. Shenandoah Q Crew
10. Philly Pigs
11. Smokey T's Pit Crew
12. Smoke in Da Eye
13. Dixie Bones BBQ
14. Christman City BBQ
15. Bad Bones BBQ Crew
16. Hoff Daddy's BBQ
17. Pigs by the Moon BBQ
18. 3 Eyz BBQ
19. Late Night Whiskey Smoke
20. Dizzy Pig BBQ
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Old 08-26-2007, 03:54 PM   #24
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I just wanted to check in and congratulate all my BBQ friends on the forum that I had the chance to look up in New Holland, Kevin and Bruce, Brian, Rich Decker, and Bill. All great to see you guys again!

This was my first time cooking at New Holland and I'll have to say that is was definitely the hottest contest we ever cooked in. It was a beautifully run even. I had no idea that there was such a strong Amish flavor to the event but that only added to its charm. Thank you to all the organizers and volunteers at the event. Made some new friends got reaquainted with some old and even thanks to Uncle Bubba got to shoot the breeze with Dave Klose, always a great experience.

Congratulations again to all that got calls and to all that participated. We'll definitely be back next year!

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Old 08-26-2007, 07:32 PM   #25
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Sounds like a real fine time!
Congrats Dallas on your finish!
I see congrats are in order for "Pigs By The Moon BBQ " too, great job Chris!
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I had a great time. It was great to meet a few more of board members and see some others again. Congrats to Brian, Rich, Bruce, Bubba, and Dallas for their awards.
We ended up finishing 46th in chicken, 11th in ribs, 14th in pork, 36 in brisket and 17th overall. I was extremely happy how we finished considering the caliber of the teams there.
Overall it was a great event I had an excellent time despite the heat and I cannot wait til next year.

Sorry no pics this time,
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Old 08-27-2007, 07:10 AM   #27
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Very cool. Congratulation to all the teams that got calls.

Way to go Rich. It seems the new techniques paid off with a first place pork. Care to share??

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No Jack but I'd be happy to share my 62nd place chicken with you.
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Old 08-27-2007, 08:03 AM   #28
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Old 08-27-2007, 08:09 AM   #29
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I just typed a long drawn out recap of the contest when my computer shut down and I lost my post.

It was nice seeing all the board members and meeting Bill, thanks again for the pic's Bill.

Collectively we all did pretty well and I think we represented the board well.

I can't wait till my next contest to cook chicken in competition again.
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Old 08-27-2007, 08:29 AM   #30
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[quote=Rich Decker]
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Originally Posted by "Jack W.":2t38kwvo
Very cool. Congratulation to all the teams that got calls.

Way to go Rich. It seems the new techniques paid off with a first place pork. Care to share??

Good Q!

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No Jack but I'd be happy to share my 62nd place chicken with you.[/quote:2t38kwvo]

You must have gotten the same judges who scored my 66th place ribs.
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Old 08-27-2007, 12:53 PM   #31
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Very cool. Congratulation to all the teams that got calls.

Way to go Rich. It seems the new techniques paid off with a first place pork. Care to share??

Good Q!

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No Jack but I'd be happy to share my 62nd place chicken with you.[/quote:1f9oe8jh]

LOL

That's a little better than I've been doing lately. I keep trying to cook chicken not to hurt, but it always seems to be a painful experience.

I hope our paths cross soon.

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