The Cook-off will be held at N.O. Simmons Park in Ingleside, Tx ; which is 20 miles North of Corpus Christi.
There will be signs along the highway to direct the teams to the BBQ Competition area.
We will have 65 BBQ Team spots available for the Cook-Off. All spots will be 30' wide x 40 ' long.
Electricity will not be provided; however, teams may bring generators . Teams may also bring RVs, travel trailers, etc.
Portable restrooms and wash stations will be on-site , as well as locations to fill containers with water. The park also has a public restroom.
All BBQ teams will enter the park at the BBQ Team entrance. Teams will not be permitted to allow any guests vehicles to park at their team spot . Only the vehicles of team members competing will be allowed onto the grounds. This is to reduce congestion and to keep areas open in the case of an emergency. Teams that do not abide by this rule will be asked to leave the premises.
RVs, Travel Trailers, Toy haulers, etc are allowed at the Cook-Off in your BBQ Team's designated spot. All items must be able to fit within the Team's 30 foot wide x 40 foot designated area. All items that do not fit in the Team's area must be parked elsewhere. There are NO hookups on-site.
• Electricity will not be provided during the event. Teams wanting electricity must bring their own generators.
• Wash stations and portable restrooms will be on-site for use. Also, the park does have its own restrooms.
All team spots will be on a first come - first serve basis. These locations are not to be altered. All areas will also be marked in paint on the ground .
BBQ team members above the age of 21 are allowed to bring and consume alcohol during the event. We do ask that all alcoholic containers be disposed of properly and in a timely manner. We also ask that all members of each team also drink responsibly.
12:00 PM - Chicken
1:30 PM - Pork Spare Ribs
3:00 PM - Brisket
4:00 PM - Jackpot Beans
5:00 PM - Awards
All team locations will be 30’ W x 40’. Vehicles or items that do not fit within your team's area must be parked elsewhere
Any commercial or homemade, trailered or un-trailered, pit or smoker normally used for competitive barbeque. A BBQ Pit may include gas or electricity for starting the combustion of wood or wood products but NOT to complete cooking. Pit should be of a permanent design that contains separate individual cooking chambers and heat sources (no sharing of heat sources).
Pellet smokers are allowed to be used during the competition. Teams using pellet smokers must bring their own generator for electricity.
No. It is not required to have meat inspected prior to cooking.
No, there are no hookups on-site
Entry Fees can be paid the day of in the BBQ Cook Off; however, your spot will NOT be guaranteed until payment is paid in full. Due to this, it is highly recommended that your team pay the entry fee soon after completing the online registration form. If you have any issues or questions about this, please contact us as we are willing to make exceptions on a case by case basis.
The mandatory head cooks meeting will be at 7PM on Friday.
This cook-off will be limited to 65 teams.
Teams may enter the park and set-up as early as 11 AM Friday
Teams may begin cooking once they arrive and set up their area.
Yes. There will be a total of $8,000 worth of cash prizes
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