You can judge the 2011 American Royal BBQ Contest

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Sfreader
Double Cheeseburger
2011/05/17 16:09:13
"Due to the size of our competition and our needs for judges, we will accept judges that are not certified under KCBS. If you wish to judge our competition you may fill out an application. A $15 donation is required for each non-certified judge."
 
http://www.americanroyal..m/Default.aspx?tabid=370
Benzee
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:You can judge the 2011 American Royal BBQ Contest 2011/05/17 22:10:03
hi there ,
 
Cannot find out anywhere on the site where this is located .
I may be an interested party as far as the judging if we are not talking to far from the East Coast
 
Benzee
6star
Filet Mignon
Re:You can judge the 2011 American Royal BBQ Contest 2011/05/17 22:46:52
Benzee, if you click on "Facilities" under "The Royal" on the website, you get a map of the grounds and the statement, "Located in the historic River Bottoms District just 3-5 minutes from downtown Kansas City, is the 14-acre American Royal Complex."
Sfreader
Double Cheeseburger
Re:You can judge the 2011 American Royal BBQ Contest 2011/05/18 08:51:20
Sorry, the American Royal BBQ Contest is arguably the premier BBQ contest in the US. The Royal itself began in Kansas City in 1899. The first American Royal Barbecue was held in 1980.
Sundancer7
Fire Safety Admin
Re:You can judge the 2011 American Royal BBQ Contest 2011/05/18 10:52:28
Sfreader

"Due to the size of our competition and our needs for judges, we will accept judges that are not certified under KCBS. If you wish to judge our competition you may fill out an application. A $15 donation is required for each non-certified judge."

http://www.americanroyal..m/Default.aspx?tabid=370

 
I wish I was in position to judge great BBQ but I am not.  I have visited many great BBQ places in Texas, TN, NC and Kansas.  I sorta liked them all.  I am afraid that I would be a negative in judgement although NC BBQ with the vinegar sauce is not my favorite.
 
Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN