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    Wonderful, Chris! (I have great expectations that my wife would react the same way!)
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    That's awesome, Chris! Congratulations! And hey, you are a master; as far as I'm concerned, you are the king of TVWBB. We all have much love and appreciation for ya.

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    Chris;
    Congratulations for a well deserved award! You ARE the MAN!!

    Keep on smokin',

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    Congratulations Chris. Welcome to the club!

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    I have an apron that says I'm a Master...probably not the same thing. Great job, Chris.
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    How many briskets does one have to consume to become a Master? Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev N T View Post
    How many briskets does one have to consume to become a Master? Congrats!
    Well, it's 30 contests judged X 6 brisket entries = 180 briskets sampled. Same for chicken, pork ribs, and pork shoulder. However, on a few occasions you get 5 entries, very rarely you get 7. And there are also volunteer positions that count toward the 30 contests judged that don't involve eating, like being a table captain, receiving entries from teams, renumber the boxes, handling the leftovers, etc. and in those cases you're not consuming 6 samples. For me, I would estimate around 140 each of briskets, chicken, ribs, and pork sampled.

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    Congrats, Master J

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