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  • 2010 American Royal Open Grand Champion
  • 2010 Talladega King of the Pit Grand Champion
  • 2010 Alabama Barbecue Trail Grand Champioin
  • 2010 Jack Daniel's World Championship Brisket Grand Champion (Perfect Score 180)

 
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Cleveland, TN Results

Pete Moon GCWell, it was hot and dirty, but we made it. We finished 13th out of 49 teams with an 8th pork and 8th brisket. The ribs came in at 13th, but they were awesome. Chicken? Those crazy judges. It was to die for by looking at it:) We cooked 8 pieces and turned in all 8. I can usually tell by the feel of them if they are going to be good, and that chicken was some kind of good yesterday. It was an honor to be at awards when Pete Moon, Bean Bandits, won his first Grand Championship at the age of 75. He cooks 6 pieces of chicken, 1 slab of ribs, 1 brisket and 1 pork butt and does all of it by himself. He is simply an amazing man. We were honored to have him in our first Lotta Bull “U” Technique Cooking class. I don’t think there was a single person there that wasn’t happy for Pete to finally reach his goal of winning a contest. Good to see Rita Baker as always with a treat for Gabbie Sue and even for me and Mike. We thank you sponsors for what you help us do. We couldn’t do any of it without your help, but first and foremost we have to Thank God for his blessings upon us in bringing each of you into our lives. We are having sheetrock hung this week at our apartment we are building in Delight, AR, so we are going to hang out with some friends for the week, and take next weekend off. I went and got my shots for fibromyalgia before we left this past week, so it has been a foggy weekend for me, but I have survived again. Going to make another round of shots on August 7th and on August 8th our youngest grandson will turn 7. Mike will take him out for his birthday breakfast before we head to Woodward, OK for a cookoff for the weekend. Our oldest grandson, Jackson, is going to make that trip with us. Pretty excited. We are going to surprise Jackson with a trip to the American Royal where he will compete in the Kid’s Q there. He has to cook steak, so we’ve got to get him practicing. He loves to cook and he will be so excited to find out he gets to go with us. Sorry for the rambling, just having a great and beautiful day on the road. Hope you all have a blessed week, and congrats to David with Butcher BBQ. Awesome job!

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Bucks, Ducks and BBQ

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Another great weekend for Lotta Bull BBQ. Our first Grand Champion win this year at the Bucks, Ducks & BBQ in Conway, AR. I guess the older you get the fewer and farther between wins come. We will take them anyway we can get them. Thanks to Springer Mtn Farms for the 13th place chicken. It was a lot better than that, thanks to Compart Duroc Family Farms for our awesome Pork Butts and Ribs, we were happy to walk away with a 4th place in Ribs and 5th in Pork, along with a ……… wait…….can you hear it……..YES 1ST PLACE STRUBE RANCH WAGYU BRISKET ALONG WITH BUTCHER BBQ INJECTION. Then the real kicker was to only have 3 calls and win Grand Champion. Have to congratulate Drew McNatt of Hog Tide on his Reserve Grand Champion and his 180 Rib. Drew had all 4 calls so we all had him picked to win. These are the wins that stick with you. The ones you don’t expect. It was great visiting with Killer Hogs, BBQr’s Delight (congrats on your first place chicken Candy), Caveman Cuisine who without shiggin with em wouldn’t have made it:), Dancer Boy, Dancer Girl and Tiny Dancer, Hog Tide Sizzlin Bones and a few new folks one of which was QBones

Greenwood, SC Results

??????????????????What a great weekend. The weather was absolutely beautiful. We did a backyard class on Thursday night with 48 attendees. Mike got up sick so we drugged him up and about 15 mins into the class you could tell the medicine had finally kicked in. He showed them how to stuff a pork loin, how to prep ribs and pork butt. We then served them pulled pork, chopped brisket sliders along with Baked Potato Salad and Cole Slaw which the sides were courtesty of Howard’s Deli, and the meat by Carolina Pride. These are two of Greenwood’s sponsors. We enjoyed the time afterwards visiting with some of the folks that took the class. We had a ball doing the class, and can’t thank Julie Wilkie, Laura Ackerman, and Lindsey for all there help along with Grant and Cary. Thanks to Charlie Barrineau as well. Put Mike to bed early and he fought fever off and on all weekend, but was able to compete. We were happy with everything we turned in, so that’s usually a kiss of death. We only ended up on one bad table where we had a 69th chicken (but the best on the table placed 22nd) we thought it was good, but what do we know:), we won 5th Ribs, 13th Pork and 3rd Brisket and ended up 9th overall. Not bad. Greenwood is one of our favorite events to attend each year. It was great visiting with the ones we were able to, and hopefully in Greer in a few weeks we will be able to get out and about a little more and visit.

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