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Date Posted: 10:43:49 12/13/01 Thu
Author: DarrenC
Author Host/IP: HSE-MTL-ppp67637.qc.sympatico.ca /
Subject: Competition question

Hi folks!

I have spent the last few weeks trying to gather as much Q info as possible and anticipating the very real possibility of trying a competition next season. Upon studying the CBSA rules, I have a question regarding presentation.

As I understand it, the meat has to be served in individual portions of the blind box for judging. So far so good. I also understand that part of the judging marks are based on appearance, which would indicate to me that it is important to put a little effort into your presentation.

My question is; Is it possible to provide an attractive presentation without being accused of marking or sculpting?
What do they consider marking? How do you get around it? Does presentation really mean much at all?

Ok, that's several questions, but you get the idea of what I am concerned about. Any clarity is greatly appreciated.

(OT) Bruce, if you read this, I still have not received my membership card or newsletter. Is a lengthy delay normal?

Many Thanks,


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