Competition Chicken & Ribs...


                                                                                                                                                July 2013

BBQ Friend:

     In my last BBQ competition, I tried some new stuff with chicken
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competition ribs
and ribs. I did a Frenched chicken leg quarter cooked on a Weber rotisserie grill. I also did some easy ribs with just a dry rub and no foiling which I call 303 ribs since you smoke them at 300 degrees for 3 hours.

     In BBQ competitions, a sweet sauce will score better than no sauce most of the time. I sort of knew that going in but I hear judges say stuff like "It's a meat contest, not a sauce contest" and "I'm gettin' tired of candied ribs" all the time. So... I thought I would let them eat their words this time and see what happens.

     I didn't do too well in chicken and ribs, but that does not mean these BBQ methods are not good or even great methods. If I thought they were good enough to enter in a contest, you can rest assured, they are top notch. A lot of people prefer BBQ with just a dry rub over a sweet sauce. Memphis style dry ribs are very popular.

So, watch the video and try them for yourself...

 

Sincerely,
Bill Anderson

 

 

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The new Chatham Artillery BBQ Southwest rub is what we are using this year. It's the best "all around" rub I have ever tried. Especially good on brisket....

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