Annual Walker County Fair grill cook-off set for Apr 7-8
March 22, 2017 - bbq set
Some of a best cooks in a area will once again be opposed for tip honors subsequent month during a fair.
The annual Walker County Fair and Rodeo BBQ and Chili Cook-off foe will take place on Apr 7-8 during a fairgrounds. There will be between 55 and 60 teams competing this year.
In a past, a cook-off has constructed some juicy brisket. There are several other beef categories such as chicken, ribs and pulled pork.
For those who wish something else, there is a foe for a “to-die-for” dessert dishes along with a juicy chili and bean categories. It is also really startling to see and ambience a extraordinary recipes a teams ready for a open category, that is a plate of their choice.
There is still room for competitors, though spaces are stuffing adult quick and it is first-come, first- serve.
“I’ve substantially got dual spots in a cook-off for any teams that would like to signup,” BBQ cabinet chair Lee Beaird pronounced Monday.
The BBQ and Chili Cook-off Committee enjoys removing kid’s concerned during a immature age by competing in a kid’s category. It allows children 12 and underneath to be really artistic by scheming a really juicy and tantalizing plate of their choice.
The initial cost to turn a contender is $100, that comes with a space and a right to contest in one beef category. Additional categories are $15 each.
The cabinet will also be holding a annual Calcutta on Apr 7 during 8 p.m., located during a grill stage. This is where teams bid opposite one another for a altogether winner. Precinct 4 Constable Gene Bartee will offer as a auctioneer, spitting out those quick and mad going bids.
During intermission, visitors will be treated to a Special Redneck Games. There will be a egg toss, noodle race, “The Redneck Wagon Race” and more. Games are hold during a grill theatre during brisket judging.
There will also be live bands providing party via a event.
For some-more information on these events, hit Beaird by phone during (936) 581-2905 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.