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4th ANNUAL BARN BURNER JULY 22

 

 

 

$5000prize money in prize money offered to top teams

 

 

FUNDRAISER

 

 

 

JOHANE RENE, FRASER VALLEY SPECIALTY POULTRY—WEBSITE PHOTO

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ark your calendar for the 4th Annual Barn Burner BBQ (#BBBBQ. New date, same great location! Chilliwack’s tastiest community event is co-presented by Johnston's Pork and Fraser Valley Specialty Poultry. Beat the mid-summer heat with this free event. Sunday, July 22, 10am-5pm at the Farm Store In Yarrow. 4540 Simmons Road, Chilliwack, B.C.

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to Regina Team were the grand prize winners in 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

This family-friendly BBQ extravaganza is officially sanctioned by the Kansas City BBQ Society. Free-to-attend, with sampling wristbands available at a $5 donation upon entry with 100% of the proceeds going to the Full Cupboard, a program designed to raise food, funds, and awareness for food banks in Chilliwack, Abbotsford, Langley, Surrey and surrounding communities. Fundraising goal for 2018 is $15,000!
 

The winning team with the highest total points in all four categories (Beef Brisket, Pulled Pork, Chicken, Ribs) will take home their share of $5,000 in prize money, along with the Barn Burner BBQ Grand Championship trophy, bragging rights, and a spot in the Jack Daniel's World Championship Invitational BBQ in Tennessee.



Teams also compete in a "Black Box" cook-off. This "Iron Chef" style competition presents cooks with a black box containing four mystery ingredients. All ingredients must be incorporated into a single dish and submitted to the judges, who will award points based on originality, taste and presentation.



Chef Dez returns as the event emcee, while meat lovers of all ages are invited to join the festivities including a live performances by Ryan McAllister, The Lonesome Town Painter and The K-O’s, axe throwing tournament hosted by Axewood Crew from Squamish, climbing wall, face-painting, balloon art, samples of delectable BBQ and more!

 

 

If the samples don't quite fill you up, you will have a variety of food trucks to choose from along with thirst quenching beverages from Old Yale Brewing.

BBQ is NOT Grilling
There is a very distinct difference between the grilling and BBQ. Southern style BBQ is a technique in which meat is cooked at low temperatures (about 225 F) for a long time over indirect heat. The heat source is charcoal and wood. No gas/propane is allowed. The Barn Burner BBQ competition consists of four main categories: Beef Brisket, Pulled Pork, Chicken and Ribs. Brisket is cooked for up to 16 hours. Ribs take approximately 6 hours and chicken take as long as 4 hours.
 

Schedule
10:00 am: Event Opens with Chef Dez and Ryan McAllister takes the stage
11:00 am: Chicken competition judging (cooked for approximately 4 hours)
12:00 pm: Ribs competition judging (cooked for approximately 6 hours), The Lonesome Town Painters take the stage
1:00 pm: Pork competition judging (cooked for approximately 12 hours)
2:00 pm: Brisket competition (cooked for approximately 12-16 hours), The K’Os take the stage
3:00 pm: Black Box competition
4:30 pm: Awards ceremony & Grand Championship winner announced


For more information, visit barnburnerbbq.ca

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