Episode #1 kicks off with BBQ Competition 101 with John Hale. I’ve never been into BBQ competitions and turned my nose up to them for years. Maybe its because to me, BBQ isn’t a sport. I could make 10 videos on just that debate alone. However, the past few years I’ve warmed up to the BBQ competition scene.
I think for me the most important aspect of BBQ competitions, is to know how amateurs can enter a competition and what they should expect. It’s not something that feels warm and inviting based on the pressure of embarrassment, humility and not performing. So, first step is to dive into the overall scope of BBQ competitions to see if we can just figure them out.
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