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Chandler Chuckwagon Cookoff results

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Dutch100

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Here are the results of the Chandler Chuck wagon Cook-off, where we got 2nd Place in Beans, and 2nd in Dessert:

Most authentic wagon: Curley Cue Camp
Runner-up wagon: Rockin RR Wagon

... Best overall meal: Curley Cue Camp
Runner-up meal: Rockin RR Wagon

1st place meat: Cowgirls Forever
2nd place meat: Curley Cue Camp
3rd place meat: Manflo Ranch

1st place potatoes: Cowgirls Forever
2nd place potatoes: Rockin RR
3rd place potatoes: Curley Cue Camp

1st place bread: Rockin RR
2nd place bread: Curley Cue Camp
3rd place bread: Gummer's Camp

1st place beans: Curley Cue Camp
2nd place beans: Brown Dirt Cowboys
3rd place beans: Manflo Ranch

1st place dessert: Cowgirls Forever
2nd place dessert: Brown Dirt Cowboys
3rd place dessert: Arizona Sharpshooters

This was the retirement finale of the Brown Dirt Cowboys cooking team. Now that we have acquired our own wagon, we will be cooking as the Bar B Ranch from henceforth. Our first chuckwagon cookoff with the Bar B outfit will be at the Arizona National Livestock Show in Phx December 30-31, 2011. A special thanks to Myron & Betsy Diebel of Wickenburg for allowing us the use of their Mitchell wagon over the past couple years.
#1 - November 14, 2011, 05:09:59 pm
Mark "Dutch" Wilkins
The Bar B Chuckwagon

n2dabluebbq

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hmm, this is a interesting thing. you wouldn't happen to have any pictures of all this would you?
#2 - November 15, 2011, 01:12:23 am
low and slow baby, low and slow

s.475 passed baby!           http://s801.photobucket.com/albums/yy291/n2dabluebbq/

Dutch100

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#3 - November 15, 2011, 11:44:19 am
Mark "Dutch" Wilkins
The Bar B Chuckwagon

route66

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WOW, Nice pictures and those biscuits looked awesome. Making perfect biscuits in a dutch oven is an art form.
#4 - November 15, 2011, 01:41:04 pm

n2dabluebbq

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thanks. now i must lock myself away to save all from the drool that's sure to come. haha
#5 - November 16, 2011, 12:15:32 am
low and slow baby, low and slow

s.475 passed baby!           http://s801.photobucket.com/albums/yy291/n2dabluebbq/

n2dabluebbq

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ok and another question.. what is the deal with the chuck wagons? y'all build your own? or you go out to prairies and dig em up? maybe someplace makes em?
#6 - November 16, 2011, 12:22:04 am
low and slow baby, low and slow

s.475 passed baby!           http://s801.photobucket.com/albums/yy291/n2dabluebbq/

Crash

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Did Danny w/ Buzzards Circlin' retire??
#7 - November 16, 2011, 02:16:11 am
I love animals.  They're delicious!
VRM Pit Crew

Dutch100

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Did Danny w/ Buzzards Circlin' retire??

Yes, he has moved on to the BBQs and I am now the owner of their 1894 Newton Chuckwagon. Generally, these chuckwagon cookoffs are with genuine chuckwagons, or at least wagons that were original back in the 1880-1910 era, and chuckbox added after the fact.
#8 - November 16, 2011, 05:27:54 pm
Mark "Dutch" Wilkins
The Bar B Chuckwagon

Quiggs

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Awesome photo's!!  Would have loved to attend...got a lot of ideas for grates and hangers to make....  Thanks for posting!!


Quigs
#9 - November 17, 2011, 09:26:13 pm
Quiggs@AZBarbeque.com
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route66

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Old wagons have become pretty pricey and harder to come by. I have an old Studebaker with chuck box and a Farmall with steel wheels I have been working on. Had wood wheels to fit it but someone liked them better than me and must have taken them with them. Might have to go to Waverly this year to find some wheels and parts. Too many hobbies and no time or money!
#10 - November 17, 2011, 11:30:31 pm

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