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Old 05-17-2021, 10:02 PM   #16
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Memphis in May judging is different from KCBS. The finals judges are looking for the best barbecue of the day. There are 3 finalists in each category; hog, shoulder and ribs. Finals judges evaluate each of the 9 finalists to determine the winner. There is the overall winner and there is still a 1st place hog shoulder, and rib.
I read that Myron Mixon won GC due to his scoring differential from the other teams. Is that how it works and if so does that mean a 1st place in ribs with the largest score differential could be GC?
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Old 05-17-2021, 10:36 PM   #17
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I read that Myron Mixon won GC due to his scoring differential from the other teams. Is that how it works and if so does that mean a 1st place in ribs with the largest score differential could be GC?
That is correct.
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Old 05-18-2021, 07:25 AM   #18
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You can only enter one category at MIM.

The first round consists of a blind box and 3 on-site judge presentations. The top 3 in each category move on to the finals.

In the finals, the same 4 judges judge all 9 final teams (3 from each category) at the same time on-site (the judges are all on-site at the same time). They determine the winners in each category as well as the overall Grand Champion. So much more goes into this than just the food. The presentation and your pitch are a huge part of your score. Myron is an ace at delivering his food and message to those final judges and is on the shortlist of favorites anytime he can final.

Tim from Shake’N Bake and I teamed up as Blues Hog and were fortunate enough to win the world championship in pork shoulder. It was our 2nd MIM and first time cooking shoulders. No shame in losing to Myron. MIM judging and the competition are a very unique animal and Myron is one of the very best in the business at cooking and presenting whole hog. He has certainly earned his championships.

That being said, we plan on taking him down next year! We will have complete coverage on The BBQ League for those interested in learning more, including our winning shoulders start to finish.
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Old 05-18-2021, 07:35 AM   #19
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I cooked on the Bluff City Smokers team with Pitmaster James Cruse who took 1st in Ribs and we were 1/10 of a point from Grand Champion. It was very close.
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You can only enter one category at MIM.

The first round consists of a blind box and 3 on-site judge presentations. The top 3 in each category move on to the finals.

In the finals, the same 4 judges judge all 9 final teams (3 from each category) at the same time on-site (the judges are all on-site at the same time). They determine the winners in each category as well as the overall Grand Champion. So much more goes into this than just the food. The presentation and your pitch are a huge part of your score. Myron is an ace at delivering his food and message to those final judges and is on the shortlist of favorites anytime he can final.

Tim from Shake’N Bake and I teamed up as Blues Hog and were fortunate enough to win the world championship in pork shoulder. It was our 2nd MIM and first time cooking shoulders. No shame in losing to Myron. MIM judging and the competition are a very unique animal and Myron is one of the very best in the business at cooking and presenting whole hog. He has certainly earned his championships.

That being said, we plan on taking him down next year! We will have complete coverage on The BBQ League for those interested in learning more, including our winning shoulders start to finish.
Congrats Brad to you and Tim both. Incredible job! Looking forward to the shoulder video.
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Congrats Brad to you and Tim both. Incredible job! Looking forward to the shoulder video.
Ditto. If your results haven't already been posted on Q Talk they should be. Way to go!
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Congrats Brad. I am so looking forward to trying out your restaurant in July.
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Ditto. If your results haven't already been posted on Q Talk they should be. Way to go!

Contest results are to be posted in our competition section,
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