The Kansas City Barbeque Society sanctioned event typically draws 12,000 to 15,000 people to the borough and 48 teams present their food, including chicken, pork, beef and ribs, to judges who rate them based on appearance, taste and tenderness, according to Danielle Gries, administrative director of the Business Improvement District in Seaside Heights.
brings smiles, lots of great people they utilize the motels, they visit the boardwalk and the restaurants, she said.
Organizers take care to ensure judges don know whose food they taste. Boxes of food are numbered, and then renumbered before they hit the judges tables, which are inside a walled tent blocked off from the competitors.
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a place where experienced teams come to win to get their opportunity to go to the bigger contests and new teams can learn a lot of those experienced teams, Goycochea said Online Newport Cigarette Store. a good, clean family type of event Dimovski, of Diva Q in Ontario, Canada, has the show BBQ Crawl on the Travel Channel and was competing at the festival while also filming for the show Buy Newport Cigarettes Wholesale.
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fun, we having a really good time, Dimovski said, adding that they have met with locals, visited the boardwalk and ate the food. pizza is really good down here.
In addition to Seaside Heights, Dimovski said they also stopped to film at Local Smoke in Neptune and BBQ At Legal Beans in Jersey City trying the food and hearing the background of the eateries.
DRJ Catering owners David and Regina Keith, of Toms River, said it was their second time competition at this event, but they attended each year serving festivalgoers barbecue.
more we get our name out there, the better, and the more you do competitions, the better you do, David Keith said.
He believed the dry rub chicken and ribs turned out the best, but only time would tell. The couple camped out overnight at the festival, cooking the meat 12 to 15 hours since midnight and through the rain.
big thing about any kind of smoking is low and slow long time at low temperatures and that how that meat gets so beautifully nice and tender and gets the color on it, he said.
Keith said every Saturday night it has rained on the competition and this year was no different, making cooking a challenge because the rain lowers the temperature of the smokers.
just adds a whole other dimension to it, he said.
In addition to the competition, the public could attend the event and try food from some of the competitors.
Denise Esposito, of Garfield, and Arlene Kiste, of Hillsdale, went to the festival to celebrate Esposito 47th birthday, a tradition for the friends.
my God, so good, Esposito said of the food as she tried her first bite. delicious. also planned to take a ride on the carousel before the day was over.
not a trip to Seaside without a ride on the carousel, Esposito said.
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