|Banner advertisements by bbqads.com|
In Reply to: Re: Let's move to a solution posted by Gremlin Grill Pat on April 09, 2013 at 12:20:38:
Those were just examples of how judges try to judge bbq based on what they think bbq should be, not on what it is or not by what they were instructed. Just like calling a hotdog bbq. And those were just some suggestions. First one has to figure out why a judge gives a meat entry a high score for something in which the additives to the meat are more predominate than the flavor of the meat itself. And then gives low scores to the meat entries where you can actually taste the flavor of the meat and the additives compliment the entry instead of being the entry.
And it is not just the sauce, but all the other chemicals and additives that actually become the taste of the entry and overpowers any meat and smoke flavor.
The BBQ Forum Home Page