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Competition BBQ Tip #1 by Smoke Me Silly

For Smoke Me Silly BBQ Team, one of the main components of our success over the last year has been consistency!! I know most teams have heard that before, but it’s amazing how many teams don’t follow consistent processes. We achieved our level of consistency by practicing as much as possible and following a somewhat […]

Killer B’s Competition BBQ Class Recap

Jim and Jan Burg of Killer B’s BBQ have been amongst the top teams in the nation the last three seasons finishing 44th (2012), 3rd (2013), and 9th (2014) in the Kansas City Barbecue Society’s Team of the Year Points race.  When I heard back in late autumn of last year that they were going […]

A Beginners Guide to Competition Brisket

by Nathan Dexter of Grey Street BBQ   Brisket; despised by many on the BBQ Competition trail and intimidating to lots of backyard cooks. If you are one of these cooks, no worries, there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. In fact, a very delicious light! First and most obvious task…buying the brisket. Don’t waste your money on the high end Wagyu briskets until you have mastered a cheaper brisket. Although we compete with Waygu, we still practice with choice grade. Trim your brisket to your preference; YouTube is a great reference for different techniques.  There..  - Read More

At The Pit With Rod Gray

I was recently able to interview one of my BBQ heroes, Rod Gray who was gracious enough to answer a few questions for the readers of the Atlanta BBQ Store blog. In January 2014, I took Rod's Pellet Envy competition BBQ class and it was one of those rare instances of someone you look up to actually exceeding what you expected of them. Rod is not only a first class pit master, but a stand up guy as well and even has a great wit to boot. Hope you enjoy getting inside the mind of Rod as much as I did..  - Read More

Our First Brisket Call- Lots of Luck

I have to preface this with a few things: I had cooked five contests prior to our cook at the Cornelia Apple Blossom Festival and had received calls in every other meat. No brisket call, not even in the top half of the stats sheet on it. After the previous contest when brisket cost the team winning the competition I decided to blow up my technique and recipe. I had finished 20th out of 30 teams in brisket and lost the Grand Championship by 3 points! That meant practice practice practice between comps, so I cooked 3 briskets over a..  - Read More

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