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Barbecue Grilling

February 4, 2019

 

STATE FAIR ENTRY: None

 

 ALL LEVELS:

(1) See Newton County General 4-H Rules: Poster Rule & Label Rule, (2) A completed Record Sheet must accompany each exhibit and be with the poster at judging.

Level 1: Grades 3, 4, 5 –Barbecue on a grill four (4) or more times.

Exhibit: (1) Exhibit a 22 x 28 inch poster showing you barbecuing on a grill. (2) The poster must display a menu.

 

Level 2: Grades 6, 7, 8 -Barbecue on a grill six (6) or more times. At least two (2) of the times you need to barbecue on a grill with different types of meats/entrees.

Exhibit: (1) Exhibit a 22 x 28 inch poster showing you barbecuing on a grill with only one type of meat or entrée. The poster must display a menu.

 

Level 3: Grades 9, 10, 11, 12 -Barbecue on a grill eight (8) or more times. At least one (1) time prepare a barbecue on a grill for 5 or more people. Also, at least one (1) time barbecue on a grill from two (2) of the following options: a) grilled fruits; b) grilled vegetables; c) grilled breads/pastries; d) grilled desserts; e) grilled meat/entrée.

Exhibit: (1) Exhibit a 22 x 28 inch poster showing you barbecuing on a grill at least 2 of the following options: grilled fruits, grilled vegetables, grilled breads/pastries, grilled desserts or grilled meat/entrée. The poster must display a menu including at least 2 of the grilled options. See page 5 for poster requirements.

 

BARBECUE GRILLING CONTEST: (OPTIONAL) You must be enrolled and complete the Barbecue Grilling project to enter the Barbecue Grilling Contest. You must provide your own equipment and meat/entree. At the Barbecue Grilling Contest any meat/entrée must be barbecued on a grill. Degree of difficulty will be considered in judging. Parent/ Guardian must supervise youth during entire contest. You must notify the Extension Office 2 weeks before the contest if you plan to participate.

 

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