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Re: Kent Lenox AKA KudzuBBQ Has Passed.

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Posted by Ray Basso on May 17, 2016 at 06:29:57:

In Reply to: Kent Lenox AKA KudzuBBQ Has Passed. posted by KudzuBBQ on May 16, 2016 at 17:11:16:

I also am very sorry for your loss. I never met him in person but I do remember him posting on the forum. Here are a couple of the posts he made to the forum:

Re: Whos Who of the BBQ forum (4/13/2004 2:04:45 PM by Kudzu)

Kent Lenox (formerly BamaQ)
Huntsville, Alabama
Kudzu BBQ first year team

Team name (2/9/2004 7:05:37 PM by Kudzu)

Plan on cooking this year under the team name "Kudzu BBQ".
Have done the BBQ Team Name Database search and a yahoo search. Found a Kudzu Bar & Grill in Memphis. Anybody know of anyone else using the name Kudzu BBQ?

Re: the picture reminds me of a Twilight Zone episode (2/13/2004 4:41:24 AM by Kudzu)

We were thinking more along the line of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers". Instead of pods we have glowing green pork butts. As Jeff Foxworthy says "you know you are a redneck've ever lost a loved one to kudzu". Be very afraid.

Re: Helping Cap'n Pete (4/10/2004 9:34:11 AM by Kudzu)

Formerly posted under BamaQ. Changed when we got the new cooking team together (Kudzu BBQ Cooking Team) and opened the restaurant ;-). Also found out someone had been using BamaQ as thier ID on another BBQ posting site.
Have had my own company in N. Bama for 18 years. Seen the good and bad of it. Was lucky enough to have had some caring folks help me out at the start. Have been reading and enjoying Capt Petes BBQ log from the beginning. Hope to meet him someday.
Have a great Easter,
Kudzu (formerly BamaQ)

Re: Huntsville (5/4/2004 6:10:28 AM by Kudzu)

First a thanks to Fred and Linda and all the folks at Winchester for making our first sanctioned contest so enjoyable. We are looking forward to another great weekend.
Kudzu BBQ Cooking Team

Re: New advertiser (4/6/2004 7:49:05 AM by Kudzu)

Congratulations Kentucky Bourbon Q on an excellent website. Hope Forum members take the time to check it out. The PETA T-shirts, as well as other items, are hilarious. Good to see a company with a sense of humor.
Disclaimer: First time to even hear of KBQ. Not affiliated with or friends of.. ect.

Question on bark appearance? (5/4/2004 8:20:40 PM by Kudzu)

I have now looked at this presentation on four different computers. On all of them the bark looks black. Not just slightly black, but creosote, inky, charcoal, middle of the night black. Is this an acceptable color for bark? Our bark turned out that exact color at Winchester and we have been working on what we perceived to be a problem to solve it before the Huntsville contest. Have I been judging the wrong way in the past by looking for the ruby/mahoganey/dark cherry coloring on bark and lowering scores for black?
The use of garnish on this entry was exceptional(maybe needed more meat to counterbalance it) but I am really thrown by the scores given considering the color of the bark. Don't remember being taught how to judge the color of bark during my CBJ trainings but always thought I knew what to look for. Any guidance out there?

Re: Question on bark appearance? (5/4/2004 9:27:24 PM by Kudzu)

I understand that most appearance pictures posted here seem to turn out darker than the live product. However we are asked to judge it on how it appears on our monitors. On four different computers that I have used it appears the bark is black as coal. (I even asked my daughter to look at it and tell me the color of the bark)Considering the high scores given I was just wondering if people are taking the photo darkening effect into account and adjusting thier scores accordingly or if that dark of bark(as seen on our monitors)is acceptable for high appearance scores.
BTW: You can garnish our turn-in boxes anytime. Excellent work.
Kudzu BBQ Cooking Team

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