BBQ & Grill Info
We will be awarding the Red River Cup to the best amateur team competing in both of our Backyard Competitions this summer. We will be awarding the team with the best overall from the June 1, Tractor Pull Event and the July 27, Rumble on the River Event.
A. Any member of the team who has not entered in and competed in more than twelve (12) sanctioned “Master Series” BBQ competitions in the past and;
B. Any person who has been a member of a team who has not been awarded a Grand Champion or Reserve Champion status in any KCBS Sanctioned “Master Series” competition and;
C Any member of the team who has competed in three (3) or less “Master Series BBQ competitions within the current competition year.
If any member of the team has entered in and competed in more than twelve (12) sanctioned “Master Series” BBQ competitions — in the past, they are ineligible to participate in the Backyard competition. Any person who was a member of a team who has competed in three (3) or less “Master Series” BBQ competitions within one (1) competition year may be considered a backyard cook and may declare or revert to such status. This includes the Chief Cook and/or Assistant Cooks. The only exclusion to this rule would be those judges cooking with a team to qualify for master judge status. Individuals who feel they have extenuating circumstances may appeal to the KCBS Sanctioning committed or their designee for reconsideration as a backyard cook. Those requests must be made in writing within 90 days of the competition in question.
The purpose is to ensure a level playing field in the cooking competition. The Cook Team cannot have been compensated as a Pro BBQ Restaurant or Caterer