Ribs Box 132
11/16/2012 03:37:26 pm
Score 9 - Well prepared meat and well displayed.
11/16/2012 10:46:54 pm
I personally like the color on these but the rib bones should have been clevered as to me it distracts from the ribs appearance.Would go 8.0 if the taste were there.
11/17/2012 12:16:28 am
8 - That far right rib bone detracts from the presentation and the light spots looklike unrendered fat.
BlueSmoke/KCBS CBJ/COMP COOK
11/17/2012 12:36:32 am
Good color and lightly sauced. Unusual amount of bone showing. Trimmed that way? Front rib looks different from the others....7
11/17/2012 12:52:34 am
Score 8. I might be the picture, the sauce seems to be an off color yellow which takes away from the appeal and a nine score.
11/17/2012 02:01:14 am
8 Good potential, nice color, sauce about right.
11/17/2012 03:21:11 am
6 - front bone should not be there. Long bone tips showing.
Ed KCBS MCBJ
11/17/2012 05:01:51 am
Nice finish on your ribs! Look really tasty.
11/17/2012 08:41:49 am
9. Overexposed picture; can't tell if ribs are overcooked. Benefit of the doubt goes to the cook.
John - KCBS/MCBJ, CTC, Rep; MBN & MABA Judge
11/17/2012 12:35:30 pm
9 - nice looking ribs.
Doug KCBS Master CBJ/CTC
11/18/2012 04:55:46 am
Color is uneven on the ribs starting with the second, third and fourth rib from the left. OK symmetry with size and cut. This box is a 7.
Jim H - CBJ SBN/KCBS
11/18/2012 05:43:45 am
8 - The ribs have a nice sheen on them without being too saucy. Nice presentation!
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