BBQ And Grilling Competitions (cont'd)

Sauce judging
Barbecue competitions have become big business with prizes ranging up to $100,000 and some getting national television coverage. Here is the fascinating story of how these contests started in Hawaii "For Men Only," and how they became a popular sport with more than 500 annual events. read more
Jack
About barbecue competitions, barbecue sanctioning bodies, and links to barbecue associations and contests. read more
Candy
Come behind the scenes of high stakes KCBS barbecue competition with Candy Weaver and see what it's like to be a real iron chef, Part 1. read more
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Come behind the scenes of high stakes KCBS barbecue competition with Candy Weaver and see what it's like to be a real iron chef, Part 2. read more
Jazz hog glaze
A sweet spicy glaze that will jazz up your barbecue similar to the style of sauce favored by competiton cooks across the nation. read more
texas crutch
Here's a useful technique for tenderizing, moisturizing, and speeding cooking by wrapping meat in aluminum foil for an hour or two. The Texas crutch beats the stall, in which meat stops cooking during barbecuing, sometimes for hours. This simple trick works for brisket, pork shoulder and ribs on any smoker or grill. read more

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