Chicken Box 219
5/10/2014 09:16:38 am
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5/10/2014 11:42:40 am
Like the general look of this box, but the dark streaks may be the chicken was scorched on the grill. The taste isn't scored here, but the marks force me to give it an 8 instead of a 9.
5/10/2014 01:27:56 pm
5/11/2014 12:46:53 am
9 - Great color and like the grill marks!
GregG KCBS/MCBJ, CTC
5/11/2014 12:54:51 am
9 - Great looking box. Great size, color, and don't appear to be over sauced.
5/11/2014 01:08:27 am
5/11/2014 02:14:41 am
Score 9. Nice color, not over sauced and we can see the meat, not over formed. Good looking box.
Ike, KCBS CBJ
5/11/2014 02:42:13 am
Score = 9
BlueSmoke MKCBS CBJ/COMP COOK
5/11/2014 02:50:48 am
9...Like the color and sauce. Meat looks like its cooked the way it should be.
5/11/2014 07:31:31 am
8 - good color - too much sauce.
Doug KCBS MCBJ & CTC
5/11/2014 10:48:07 am
Score = 9; Excellent looking chicken box. Nice grill marks on the chicken.
Jeff KCBS CBJ
5/11/2014 12:34:57 pm
score / reason 8 nice big pieces that fill the box, pieces could be more uniform in size, grill marks look a little chard giving more of a burnt look
5/11/2014 11:07:56 pm
Score/Reasons = 8,good color, nice level of done.
Doyle H. KCBS CMJ/CTC
5/12/2014 02:12:58 am
9 - Great color, uniform in size. I like the look.
Ed KCBS MCBJ
5/12/2014 02:25:10 am
Love the grill marks, love the sauce glaze, love the arrangement.
Frank KCBS MCBJ CTC
5/12/2014 02:56:19 am
Score/Reasons = 9, looks very appetizing, good looking box of chicken.
5/12/2014 04:14:33 am
an 8. Good layout, even color and look moist. If the lower right were switched with the upper left one then one row would have had larger pieces, and the other one smaller -thereby offering a pattern and I would have scored it higher.
5/12/2014 07:36:38 am
Tom – CMJ/KCBS; CBJ/MBN,NCPC,NCBS,NCBBQA & comp cook
5/12/2014 09:05:05 am
william holladay SCBA
5/12/2014 01:51:42 pm
8 - Samples look good enough to eat, but skin is not uniformly covering thigh on all samples. Best looking sample in box is right-hand middle. the rest should look that good.
Shawn-KCBS CBJ CTC and Comp cook
5/12/2014 11:49:39 pm
9 This is a great entry! Looks very appetizing!!
Eric - Master CBJ/KCBS
5/13/2014 12:45:50 am
Score/Reasons = 9; uniform in size and sauce; like the grill marks; looks very tasty
jaja01 KCBS MCBJ CTC
5/13/2014 08:02:06 am
Score/Reasons = 9, I like the look of this box. There looks to be the right amount of sauce. Hard to tell, but maybe what sauce there is can be applied more evenly.
PS CBJ BBQ BRETHREN
5/14/2014 01:43:56 am
Nice grill marks under the sauce. Good color and not too much sauce. Score 9
Matt KCBS CBJ
5/14/2014 03:34:00 am
Score/Reasons = 8, very good! Nice color, the middle thigh on the left could use a tad more sauce to make it look like the rest
5/14/2014 05:45:00 am
Nice color and well arranged box. Meat appears thoroughly cooked and I would like to taste it. A 9.
Deb KCBS MCBJ/CTC
5/15/2014 04:46:51 am
Score/Reasons: 9; Terrific color, good looking entry.
5/16/2014 01:22:18 am
Score 9 Nice color. Like the grill marks and sized are uniform.
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